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On The Hunt For Thanksgiving Pies? Check Out These Washington, D.C. Bakeries

After a savory Thanksgiving meal, there’s nothing like a sweet apple, blueberry or pumpkin pie to finish off the evening. But as we all know, baking a pie is no easy task! That’s why this Thanksgiving, you can leave baking to the experts and get your pie from a local bakery. 

These Washington, D.C. bakeries know just what it takes to make the perfect Thanksgiving pie, and it’s a lot more than some flour and sugar. Call or email these bakeries to place your order, and no one has to be the wiser as to where you got your delicious pie from. 

Bread Furst, located at 4434 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, D.C. which is 11 minutes from your Vale apartment, is a bustling bakery offering gourmet bread, pastries, pies, cakes and coffee, along with light cafe fare.

Bread Furst was preceded by two Washington bakeries – Marvelous Market, which opened in 1990, and The Breadline, which opened in 1997. But for various reasons, by 2010 there was no neighborhood bakery in Washington. That seemed wrong and it is why Mark Furstenberg opened Bread Furst, a neighborhood bakery just half a mile from Marvelous Market, which is by now just a nice memory.

Rise Bakery, located at 2409 18th St NW, Washington, D.C. which is 15 minutes from your Vale apartment, is a simple, second-story townhouse bakery specializing in gluten-free and vegan sweets, pies, cakes and breads.

Rise Bakery provides a one-of-a-kind gluten-free experience with an expansive menu of baked goods. They set themselves apart from other gluten-free bakeries by catering to specialty diets without sacrificing taste, texture or richness. Plus, they craft all of their pastries by hand in small batches using premium ingredients.

Bread Furst

4434 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20008

(202) 765-1200

Rise Bakery

2409 18th St NW, Washington, D.C. 20009

(202) 525-5204