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Where to Get Your Homemade Thanksgiving Pies (and More) in St. Louis

Categories: Gobble Gobble

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       Face it: You need a pie. | T.J. Errettenns

Your family gave you one job: Bring the dessert. We all know you can't just throw some in some slice-and-bake cookies in the oven and call it a day. This is Thanksgiving, and everyone's expecting a pie. Pumpkin. Or pecan. Or anything autumn-sounding, really. Do the holiday some justice and don't pick up something premade from the grocery store. There are plenty of delicious bakeries around town that are taking orders for that perfect pie.

See also: How to Locally Source a Thanksgiving Turkey in St. Louis

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       We named it Best Cucpakes, but try a pie, too. | Mabel Suen

Whisk: A Sustainable Bake Shop
(2201 Cherokee Street; 314-932-5166)

Whisk has made a name for itself in just a few short months with all-natural ingredients and simple, sweet stuff. We named it Best Cupcakes this year -- try salted caramel or pumpkin cupcakes at four for $10 or a dozen for $30. As for pies, it's $20 for sweet potato, pecan and maple pumpkin. Looking for something a bit more unexpected? Get twelve large cranberry blondies for $30. Orders are due Monday, November 25.


Location Info

Whisk: A Sustainable Bakeshop

2201 Cherokee St., St Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

La Patisserie Chouquette

1626 Tower Grove Ave., St. Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

Amy's Corner Bakeshop

4476 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

Pint Size Bakery & Coffee

3825 Watson Road, St Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

Pie Oh My

2719 Sutton Blvd., Maplewood, MO

Category: Restaurant

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5 comments
Julia Anne
Julia Anne

I need pies! Need one pumpkin and one of something else for pick up on the afternoon of the 27th.

Jumada
Jumada

No mention of Sugaree in Dogtown? Blasphemous! Their pies are phenomenal.

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