Top 3 Places to Get Thanksgiving Pies in NYC

Thanksgiving is steeped in tasty traditions. Roasting a beautifully browned turkey is an art, but baking is more of a science. It takes a lot of time and effort to get that flakey butter crust and smooth filling that your guests remember long after the leftovers are gone. Who has that kind of time? Fortunately, you don’t have to spend days to baking an array of pies from scratch. When you live in a one of our New York City apartment communities, all you have to do is pick up the phone and order a chunky chocolate pecan pie or a silky pumpkin maple pie from one of these renowned bakeries, then serve it up on a pretty platter. These are the top three places to get your Thanksgiving pies in NYC.

Four & Twenty Blackbirds

Known for its delectable menu of seasonal pies, this bakery whips up fall favorites like Salted Caramel Apple and Brown Butter Pumpkin. They take a limited number of pre-orders for Thanksgiving, so be sure to reserve yours early. If you happen to call too late, you can always pick up a few of their frozen pie crusts and use the recipes found on their website.

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Little Pie Company

Located on 43rd Street, Little Pie Company is one of the most popular bakeries in Manhattan. Everything is made from scratch with fresh, local ingredients. They offer everything from traditional Sweet Potato Pie to an innovative Sour Cream Apple Walnut Pie. Orders can be picked up in store, or delivered to select areas in New York City between FiDi and 110th.

Two Little Red Hens

This homespun bakery on the Upper East Side features a menu full of classic comforts like Chocolate Pecan and a Fall Medley with apples, pears, plums, apricots, cranberries, raisins walnuts and spices. Like many other bakeries in the area, the team at Two Little Red Hens recommends placing holiday orders as early as possible to ensure a place on their baking schedule.

Did we miss one of your fave pies in NYC? Let us know where you prefer to order Thanksgiving pies from in New York City by commenting below.

Amy Johnson

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