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The Big Thaw Has Begun!


Kia ora Pie Lovers,

We made it. Daylight Saving is here. A river runs through Brooklyn as two months' worth of snow and ice melts. And there's a distinct whiff of spring in the air at Dub Pies HQ... or is that peach pie? The kitchen is humming, and we're excited for the sunny season ahead.

Better still, Super Mega Pi Day* is just around the bend. Just as Dub Pies is your constant in all things savory pastryness, Pi is your constant in things mathematical. Pi = 3.14. March 14th. This Saturday. Swing by the Pie Shop or the Pie Truck on Saturday, where you'll find all sweet pies are just $3.14.

You'll find the Pie Truck parked up next to the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on West 47th Street (11.30am to 6.30pm) because the great folk at The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time wanted to celebrate Pi Day too (since their main character has an extraordinary brain).

Dub Pies HQ

* Why "Super Mega Pi Day"? - 3/14/15 at 9:26.53am will the date equivalent of the first 10 digits of pi (3.141592653). Celebrate by eating lots of pies!

Offer expires 23rd March

Celebrate more mathematics with our 20% discount! That's one-fifth off the price of pies, am I right? Get your fridge stocked with Dub Pies so you can spend more time outdoors shaking those winter limbs, less time indoors cooking.

We ship nationwide each Monday using dry ice, which enables affordable ground shipping, and we deliver free in metropolitan New York City (minimum orders are required.)

Be sure to apply the promo code and place your order before 3/23/15. Pies ahoy!


Groundbreaking Kiwi Theatre at La Mama
12 - 29 March 2015

We like our culture at Dub HQ and there's great stuff in this exciting performance festival starting this week in the East Village. There's definitely something for everyone, from Arthur Meek's brilliantly bonkers PowerPoint presentation On The Conditions and Possibilities of Hillary Clinton Taking Me as her Young Lover, to Sam Trubridge's award-winning art/science performance Sleep/Wake, to James Nokise's Samoan hip hop comedy So So Gangsta.



Dawn Service
Rockefeller Center Commemoration Ballot

Next month is the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing. That's an immense statistic. The event occupies such a huge place in the military and cultural history of New Zealand and Australia.

This year the New York commemorations include a Dawn Service at 5.30am on Saturday 25th April at the Vietnam Veterans Plaza, 55 Water Street, and a Commemorative Sunday Service on Sunday 26th April at the ANZAC Memorial Garden, Rockefeller Center.

The Dawn Service is open to everyone, but the ANZAC Memorial Garden service has extremely limited capacity (it is a tiny rooftop space). So, there is a ballot system to allocate the available seats. A maximum of two (2) passes will be allocated for each successful ballot. These will be confirmed in the week of 20 April.


Find out with Truckmail

Join our Truckmail email blast to find out where the Pie Truck is on any given day. We usually email on a weekly basis, and we also tweet the truck's location whenever it's out on the streets of New York City.


New York Alumni and Friends Reception - 2015

The University of Auckland is delighted to invite you to our "Alumni and Friends" reception next month.

Please join us to meet or reconnect with fellow New York area alumni and friends and hear a presentation on "The Arts Advantage: Preparing the Leaders of the Future" from the Dean of Arts, Professor Robert Greenberg. Also in attendance will be Peter Rajsingh, Chair of the US Friends of the University of Auckland. All Auckland University alumni AND their friends are welcome!

Event details

  • DateTuesday 24 March 2015
  • Time6:30pm - 8:30pm
  • Venue: New York University's Tap Room at the Torch Club, 18 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10003
  • Cost: There is no charge to attend this event. Light canapés provided with full cash bar.
  • Dress code: Smart Casual
  • Subway: The Torch Club is east of Washington Square Park Yellow line N&R, Green line 6, and Orange B, D, F, M
  • RSVPClick here to register online by 18 March 2015
  • Queries: Kirby-Jane Hallum, Alumni Relations Engagement Coordinator 
    Phone: +64 9 923 1848

Visit Our Hood!

As the weather warms up, it really is the right time to swing by The Pie Shop for the perfect Flat White espresso experience, made with Counter Culture beans and a whole lotta love, plus daily pie specials straight from the warmer.

The Pie Shop is right next to Prospect Park on the F and G trains, and our neighbours include Black Bear vintage, the excellent Terrace Books, Argyle Yarn Shop and the Double Windsor craft beer pub, alongside some older Brooklyn haunts and history.

Did you know that The Pie Shop is the exact corner that Harvey Keitel's character photographs in the film Smoke? "It's just one little part of the world, but things take place there too just like everywhere else." Come and check out our little part of the world.

211 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn, NY 11215

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