Louth Pie Day is utterly and unashamedly dedicated to Pies – one of England’s truly traditional dishes and a unique contribution to global food culture, copied and adapted worldwide.
Pies From Around The World
Louth Pie Trail
Along your very own Louth Pie Trail you can taste some of the delicious pies on offer, from over 30 establishments as you amble through the charming streets of Louth and beyond.
The full list of businesses working together to bring everyone Louth Pie Day is:
The Auction House • Babbits • Baci & Co • Beaumont’s Deli • Bottomley Distillers • The Brown Cow • The Boars Head • Cobbles Bar • The Green Cottage • The Greyhound Inn • Jassies • Lakings • The Livesey Arms • The Kings Head Hotel • The Mansion House • The Masons Hotel • Meridian Meats • The Miller’s Daughter • Olive’s Pantry • Parkinson’s Fish & Chips • Pocklingtons Bakery • The Priory Hotel • Red Nanas • The Toadstool Café • Trinity Centre Café • The Turks Head • Via Italia • The Wheatsheaf • The Wood Shed • Woolliss & Son • The Woolpack • Zara’s Café
Find them on this online Map. Your ticket also opens out to show a printed version of the Map.
From Saturday 29th February 2020, you can get your tickets from any participating shop, café, pub or restaurant on the Louth Pie Trail. There are a large but limited number of tickets available – all £6 – but when they’re gone, they’re gone!
There is plentiful car, coach, motorcycle and cycle parking in Louth, including over 1300 car parking spaces, with numerous disabled bays, within the town centre environs.
Getting to Louth
Getting to Louth by car, bus, coach or bike is straightforward. By road, major nearby towns & cities are about a ½ hour away and farther afield Sheffield, Nottingham & Kings Lynn are about 1½ hours. There are also two, well-connected train stations within 30 minutes taxi or bus ride from Louth.
Louth has an abundance of charming, independent hotels and B&Bs right in the town centre and beyond.