This third generation family farm, owned and operated by Ronald and Jamie Lewis, is proud to bring a full line of quality products to your table. What started with a dream of raising the finest quality blueberries for their family and local community has now turned into over a 130 acres of blueberries, boysenberries, marionberries, blackberries, tayberries, strawberries, apples and peaches. The Lewis’ hands on approach and active role in the growing operation allows them to maintain the highest level of quality from the time the berries are harvested until they are processed and used for Blue Raeven’s delicious hand crafted pies and other Gourmet products. At Blue Raeven a great pie starts with great local fruit.
I was expecting much more
I stopped here with a friend because it was open and we had heard people say good things about the pies. I bought a cherry hand pie and the crust crumbled into dust and the filling was puree and I'm not sure it was cherry. It really was happier in the trash can. My friend bought a chicken pot pie and she sent me a photo after she got home and cooked it. It was missing much of what should be in there for filling. She didn't find any chicken and it had a few carrots and peas. What a huge disappointment. I'm glad we no longer have to wish it was open when we drive by.
Great food but multiple issues today
We have stopped here for years for fruit pies, pot pies and lunch. Today we stopped by (it has been awhile). Their menu has changed and is confusing. They have something called Italian with no description as an example plus others. No menus were available today so one of the servers very nicely tried to write them out. The other finally found one then it was confusing. Our daughter had ordered a peach rasberry pie and received a razzle-dazzle😰 We had asked them to cut several pieces and my husband had started eating it before my daughter saw we had received the wrong pie. We told the servers but since someone had already started eating we declined the offer to exchange for the ordered pie. I didn’t check my receipt until we got home and discovered I was charged for a whole grilled cheese ($7.49) vs the half I received. If there had only been one error I wouldn’t give. a 1 star but lack of menus, plus confusing menus, wrong pie and being charged incorrectly warrants a 1 star. received.
Pie was a combo of a bunch of berries - crust was fantastic! The pie was very good! The stand was homespun and a fun stop in Amity. Would definitely recommend.
Road side bakery plus local farm and orchard products (i.e. fresh fruit, jams & jellies, snacks and cold non-alcoholic beverages) is a regular stop for us when traveling on Hwy 99 in Oregon's Willamette Valeey between Monmouth and McMinnville. The pies, scones and other sweet baked goods are absolutely top-noth, although a bit pricey. Worth a trial run to see is your sweet-tooth entices you to give Blue Raeven a try.
A little slice of heaven
On the road just outside of Amity, Oregon is a pie place that is well worth the stop. They have so many lucious pies to choose from. Pocket pies, mini pies, large pies or even pot pies. Also have ice cream and sandwiches. They have a gift shop full of great things. We try to stop as "Everything is Better with Pie."