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Map & Directions 211 Prospect Park W.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
  • Sun 8am-8pm, Mon-Thu 7am-8:30pm, Fri 7am-10pm, Sat 8am-10pm
  • cash


Village Voice's Description

DUB Pies stands for "Down Under Bakery Pies," and this cafe-style joint serves a style of hearty, handmade meat pastries that are a popular comfort food in Australia and New Zealand. The gourmet, personal-sized pies have thin, flaky, buttery crusts and the insides contain sturdy fillings like steak mince (the classic), steak in onion gravy (the "signature"), chicken vegetable, and a vegetable curry. DUB pies pairs its specialty pub fare with Counter Culture Coffee and serves traditional espresso drinks like lattes and Americanos, but features an authentic flat-white: the signature Aussie/Kiwi double shot coffee drink. The bakery is situated on a sleepy but scenic corner of Prospect Park where Windsor Terrace meets South Slope and has a low-key, neighborhood vibe. Lighter fare is also available, along with breakfast pies in the morning. Plus DUB does delivery, catering, and sells frozen pies for those looking to take home that Down Under flavor. --Alex Spoto

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  • Mike O. on 11/05/10

    The movie Smoke was filmed here in 1995. The once western union check cashing place & once cigar shop was central to the plot. Also can be seen in alanis morisettes "hand in my pocket" video

  • Mike O. on 09/16/09

    get a flat white and a curry veg pie

  • Yoni K. on 06/15/09

    Curry Vegetable and Tex Mex!

  • Mike O. on 10/02/12

    moms: seriously this place is too small for two strollers. keep it outside. bring your lil human in!

  • Mike O. on 10/03/10

    Give Tony a hug.

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