Wisconsin's Stockholm Pie Co. is expanding to Minnesota

This is one Wisconsin invasion we can get behind!
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A legendary Wisconsin pie shop is making a move across the border.

The acclaimed Stockholm Pie & General Store has confirmed it's expanding, adding a second location to its original shop on the eastern banks of the Mississippi in Stockholm, Wisconsin.

And this is great news for pie lovers in Minnesota, as the company will be opening the Stockholm Pie Plate Cafe & Coffee in Red Wing.

It confirmed the move in a recent Facebook post looking for full and part-time workers, with the store set to open in August.

A press release revealed it will be opening in the Pottery Place District at 2000 Old West Main St., offering a wide array of the pies that have made it so famous.

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The pie makers have put the tiny town of Stockholm – population 66 – on the map with its delectable pastries, regularly attracting national attention for its creations.

Just on Tuesday, the shop was included on a Roadfood list of the best places in America to get a slice of apple pie.

We featured it as one of our "Where We Eat" features in 2016, which you can read right here.

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