Royers Round Top Café Pies

Texas's Legendary Pie Heaven

Bud, “the Pieman” Royer has been cranking out some mighty fine handmade pies that are the definition of rustic charm. Half of your pie oozes out after carving a slice, which is okay, since each pie is piled high with brown sugar and creamy fillings. Bud estimates he serves around 300 pies per weekend, which is a pretty tall order, considering that he’s located in a small Texas town halfway between Austin and Houston with a population of 81.

Either Bud’s built himself quite the following or everyone in Round Top, TX eats pie for breakfast, lunch and dinner (in which case, we’re moving).

We're not the only ones who love them!

Royers Round Top Café has been featured in Food & Wine, USA Today, UrbanDaddy, The Washington Post, CBS Sunday Morning, Bon Appetit, Southern Living and Food Network.

Royers Round Top Café Pies

Texas's Legendary Pie Heaven

Bud, “the Pieman” Royer has been cranking out some mighty fine handmade pies that are the definition of rustic charm. Half of your pie oozes out after carving a slice, which is okay, since each pie is piled high with brown sugar and creamy fillings. Bud estimates he serves around 300 pies per weekend, which is a pretty tall order, considering that he’s located in a small Texas town halfway between Austin and Houston with a population of 81.

Either Bud’s built himself quite the following or everyone in Round Top, TX eats pie for breakfast, lunch and dinner (in which case, we’re moving).

We're not the only ones who love them!

Royers Round Top Café has been featured in Food & Wine, USA Today, UrbanDaddy, The Washington Post, CBS Sunday Morning, Bon Appetit, Southern Living and Food Network.