America’s Best Apple Pies

Unlike cakes and fancy pastries, pie generally doesn’t have dazzling looks to fall back on: Perfection lies in the taste and texture of t...
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The Apple Pan; Los Angeles

This L.A. landmark has been selling Hickory hamburgers since 1947. Dedicated customers allow little change: When the horseshoe-shape diner introduced new fries, people noticed and demanded the old style’s return. Equally famous is Apple Pan’s pie, a perfect example of the diner pie: flat, with a thin crust and sweet, soft-cooked apples. Owner Sunny Sherman’s grandmother came up with the restaurant name out of the blue. It might be random, but the name stuck. No website; 310-475-3585

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