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The best Thanksgiving pies in Philadelphia

Make your pie the talk of the family dinner.
The squash pie from True Food Kitchen is a delicious alternative to the traditional pumpkin pie. | Provided
The squash pie from True Food Kitchen is a delicious alternative to the traditional pumpkin pie. Provided

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and before you run out to the nearest grocery store to grab a pie for dinner, why not go the extra mile and buy some of the best Thanksgiving pies Philly has to offer?

Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a handy dandy list of some of the best places to buy Thanksgiving pies in the Philadelphia region this year. Whether you’re in the mood for the standard pumpkin or want to get adventurous with a squash pie, you’ve got options — even for your vegan friends!

Cake Life Bake Shop
1306 Frankford Ave.
cakelifebakeshop.com

If Beyonce ordered her birthday cake from here, you know it’s gotta be good. Cake Life Bake Shop has quite a few delectable pies on the menu for Thanksgiving this year and include: salted caramel apple pie ($33), bourbon-pecan pie ($35) and pumpkin pie ($26.50).

Walnut St. Cafe
2929 Walnut St.
walnutstreetcafe.com

Open since the summer, Walnut St. Cafe is embracing the holiday season by offering Thanksgiving pies to go, apple crumb and sweet potato, for $24 each. 48-hour notice is required to make the pies, so be sure to place your order by Monday, Nov. 20 for Thanksgiving by emailing: pie@walnutstreetcafe.com.

Red Owl Tavern
433 Chestnut St.
redowltavern.com

Red Owl Tavern in Old City is celebrating their Month of 1000 Pies, where for every pie purchased, one is donated to Philabundance. Both pumpkin and apple streusel are available for pickup through Nov. 26. One pie costs $15 and two cost $25.

True Food Kitchen
239 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia
truefoodkitchen.com

Dr. Andrew Weil’s family of restaurants is all about combining nutrition and deliciousness. Have a few vegan family members? Why not stop by their King of Prussia location to pick up a squash pie. It may be even more delicious than the standard pumpkin with its wintry mix of cinnamon, ginger and cloves. Top it off with whipped coconut cream and you’ll satisfy your sweet tooth in a more wholesome way.