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Grab Your Perfect Pie From These Westchester Bakeries

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Don’t have time to bake a pie this holiday season? Pick up a delicious pie from one of these Westchester County bakeries.

What is Thanksgiving without a picture-perfect pie to round out your meal? It’s the sweet note you end on after enjoying Thanksgiving with your loved ones. If you don’t have time to whip one up, let one of these bakeries worry about that for you. 

Galloway’s Bakery

69 Harney Road, Scarsdale; 914.725.4074

Desserts are always in high demand. And for this upcoming Thanksgiving, Galloway’s Bakery has you covered in the pie department. The sweet spot has everything from top crust and cream pies to crumb and meringue pies in a variety of flavors like apple, pecan, and pumpkin pie.

Noble Pies 

22 Purdy Avenue, Rye; 914.305.3174

This family-owned bakery is known for its award-winning sweet pies made from scratch, by hand, every day. Noble Pies offers all kinds of pies with weekly specials like chicken and vegetable curry, coconut custard, and meat pies. If you’re looking for a more traditional Thanksgiving pie, go for the cherry, apple, pumpkin, and pecan pies that are also available. All pies are available for pre-order. 


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Baked by Susan 

379 S. Riverside Avenue, Croton-on-Hudson; 914.862.0874

Ready to see and taste the difference this Thanksgiving? Baked by Susan offers a variety of pies which you can find in farmers’ markets, retail bake shops, and your dinner table. There’s a wide range of options like the seasonal pumpkin pie and specialty banana cream pie. All pies are homemade and serve around six-10 people. The shop is open seven days a week, and orders are being taken until November 21.


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Red Barn Bakery

4 South Astor Street, Irvington; 914.231.7779

Red Barn Bakery is an award-winning bakery creating traditional organic artisanal pies, tarts, cookies, muffins, and biscotti. The bakery features an assortment of vegan and gluten-free items available upon request. For your holiday needs, Red Barn offers seasonal fruit pies like simple peach plum and blueberry. It also stocks its famous local pies, fillings for which include organic kabocha, pumpkin chiffon, and organic chocolate pecan. Pre-orders are available by phone. 


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Salinger’s Orchards

230 Guinea Rd, Brewster; 845.277.3521

For those who don’t know, Salinger’s pies are legendary! Just across the county line, the hotspot offers apple walnut caramel pie, cherry pie, strawberry rhubarb pie, gluten-free pumpkin pie, and many more! The difficult part is choosing which one you want. Salinger’s even freezes its unbaked pies for you to bake at home, filling your kitchen with a delightful aroma and letting you savor the goodness of truly fresh-baked pies.


48 East Pkwy, Scarsdale; 914.722.4949

Need something sweet after Thanksgiving dinner? Martine’s offers a wide variety of pastries, cakes, and, of course, pies. The shop has a delicious mixed berry pie and a trio pie made with chocolate cream, vanilla Chantilly cream, and Nutella cream. Pecan, banana cream, and apple are also offered for those who are looking for a more traditional pie. Martine’s even has a mini version for those pie lovers who don’t want to share. 

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Topps Bakery 

106 Pondfield Road, Bronxville; 914.337.4258

For this Thanksgiving, satisfy your sweet tooth with an apple crumb, lemon meringue, or key lime pie from Topps Bakery. The shop boasts over 200 carefully crafted items, including specialty cakes, fancy butter cookies, authentic French macarons, pastries, cupcakes, muffins, donuts, traditional holiday cakes and pies, and a plethora of artisanal bread. What more could you ask for?

The Bake House 

2 Depot Plaza, Tarrytown; 914.366.7420

The Bake House is a rare gem embracing the nostalgia of old-fashioned bakeries and the taste of homemade goodness. Its apple pie is the perfect example – it contains butter, flour, fresh Granny Smith apples, cinnamon, sugar, and lemon juice – that’s it. Talk about simple and delicious! Some other special pies include a bounty pie made with a little bit of everything (peaches, plums, strawberries, and blueberries) and topped with streusel, along with a classic pumpkin spice pie topped with whipped cream and cinnamon. Each pie serves six-10 people, and orders are accepted until November 21.

Seth Greenberg’s Just Desserts

1887 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont; 914.630.1807

On this special Thanksgiving dessert menu, customers can find everything from pies and tarts to cakes and assorted cookies. In the pie department, the shop offers overstuffed apple crumb pie, deep-dish blueberry crumb pie, open apple tarts, and burst cakes like pumpkin seed sponge with pumpkin mousse. All desserts are available by pre-order only with pickup on November 22, 23, and 24 just in time for Thanksgiving day. 


380 Main St, Armonk; 914.273.4777

The twin sisters who founded Sugar-Hi are crushing the dessert game. This bakery, ice cream hotspot, and candy shop has some tasty treats for Thanksgiving. Ice your own cinnamon rolls, decorated sugar cookies, and, of course, pies! Food lovers can choose from apple pie, pumpkin pie, and s’mores pie. All orders can be picked up on Wednesday, November 23. 


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La Tulipe Desserts

455 Lexington Avenue, Mt Kisco; 914.242.2555 

This Thanksgiving, La Tulipe Desserts is offering your traditional menu of apple, pecan, and pumpkin pie, along with a special addition of spiced pumpkin cheesecake with gingersnap crust. Not into pie? Tarts, gelato, breads, and hors d’oeuvres are also available. 


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