About Us

Located in historic Woods Hole, at the end of the Shining Sea Bike Path; just a 1 minute walk from the Martha’s Vineyard ferry terminal, Pie in the Sky Bakery & Internet Café is open 7 days a week, 364 days a year, from at least 5 am –10 pm.

We feature a delicious assortment of handmade croissants, pies, cookies, popovers, and breads, all baked from scratch on the premises. Our coffees, espresso, and cocoa drinks are made from freshly ground, 100% Organic & Fair Trade Dean’s Beans that we roast ourselves. Our hearty, made to order sandwiches together with our homemade soups, quiche, and salads make the perfect addition to any adventure, from a shore side picnic to lunch at the office.

So, next time you’re in Woods Hole, come enjoy the view from our courtyard garden. Check out the wide selection of Local Art in our cozy dining room. Surf the web with our Free Internet Access, and taste the goodness that’s been “Baked in the Hole since 1982.”

Pie in the news

Coming Soon: A Brand-New Pie in the Sky Bakery and Cafe!

Falmouth Enterprise

Pie in the Sky is undergoing a much needed renovation and will be re-opening spring of 2017 with a brand-new building, outdoor patio and customer bathroom.

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The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2014

Smithsonian, 2014

The Smithsonian recently published an article listing the 20 best small towns to visit in 2014, and Woods Hole made the cut! Of course, Woods Hole isn't actually a town, but that's another story altogether.

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Masters of Taste

Cape Cod Magazine, 2011

It resembles an old steam locomotive lurking in the corner. Walk into Pie in the Sky Bakery and Café in Woods Hole, and the first thing you'll notice is the 1,700 pound Probat L12, all slick and shiny, one of the best models around.

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Bread Bounty (popover recipe)

Cape Cod Life, 2011

Sweet brioche warm and crumbly. Toasted brown bread slathered with jam. Hot rolls served with soup.

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Woods Hole and the science of vacation

Washington Post, 2011

In another life, I used to vacation on Martha’s Vineyard. My guy and I would fill the car with bags and beagle, and we’d drive to Woods Hole — a village in the town of Falmouth on the southwest- ern corner of Cape Cod — singularly focused on catching our ferry to the Vineyard. 

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Cape Cod Life 2011 Annual Guide

Cape Cod Life, 2011

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