Sweet, creamy, sugary pie – what could be better? Celebrate National Pie Day today at the Addison location of Norma’s Café! Beginning at 10 a.m., Jan. 23, dine-in customers will be treated to a free slice of their heavenly Mile-High Pie, no purchase necessary!
The Mile-High Pie comes in a variety of flavors, including chocolate, coconut, lemon, chocolate peanut butter and Oreos. It’s perfect paired with a delicious cup of coffee.
“On a visit to any of our locations, diners will see our motto proudly displayed – ‘Life is short…Eat dessert first!’” said Ed Murph, owner of Norma’s Café in a recent press release. “Norma’s has proven their place among Dallas’s best pies and we’re happy to sare with customers a free slice of Mile High Pie on Jan. 23, as we have for over a decade now.”
This is also the fifth consecutive year Norma’s Cafe has teamed up with The Birthday Party Project, a local nonprofit that uses the magic of birthday celebrations to bring joy to children living in local homeless shelters. In January, all five Norma’s locations are hosting donation drives. Customers are encouraged to drop off new toys and gift cards to donate to this worthy cause. In addition, Norma’s is bringing back their legendary “Birthday Cake Pie” for a limited time only. Throughout this month, guests can purchase either a slice or full pie, each made with birthday cake-flavored cream and Oreos cookie bits topped with homemade whipped cream, sprinkles and even more Oreos. All proceeds from the sale of this pie, as well as all toy, gift card or cash donations, will directly benefit The Birthday Party Project.
The Birthday Party Project brings joy to homeless children through the magic of birthdays. With the support of birthday enthusiasts, aka volunteers, the nonprofit organization partners with local homeless shelters to throw monthly birthday parties for children. Founder and CEO, Paige Chenault founded The Birthday Party Project in 2012, with the hope of celebrating all homeless children living in shelters and transitional living facilities. Since its inception, The Birthday Party Project has celebrated more than 8,500 birthdays with more than 50,000 children in attendance and 4,500 volunteer birthday enthusiasts. 90 percent of all donations go directly to throwing, hosting and executing the birthday parties.
Norma’s Cafe is a Dallas home-cooking institution. Founded in 1956, Norma’s Cafe serves up hot, fresh and savory home-style meals, with a sinful Texan flare, which are sure to make your mouth water. Norma’s Cafe is the rare type of cafe that one can stop by for a cup of freshly brewed coffee or a full-on family meal and leave equally satisfied. Norma’s Cafe staples include big breakfasts, characterized by fluffy biscuits and gravy, quick lunches with delicious home-style daily specials andsatisfying dinners with award-winning chicken fried steak, and homemade, Mile-High Pies for dessert. Norma’s Cafe is the one, the only, the original.
Norma’s Cafe takes its pies seriously and invites the public to enjoy a free slice of their Mile-High varieties on Thursday, Jan. 23. For more information about Norma’s Cafe or its full-service catering operation, please call (972) 820-5871 or visit: www.NormasCafe.com.