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

BY Blog Editor

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. 

PAUL, located at 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. which is an eight minute walk from your Wray apartment, is a French café which has been baking bread since 1889. They specialize in serving high-quality French products including sandwiches, croissants, pies, macarons, cakes, pastries, coffee and more.

With carefully selected ingredients, fresh products and polished presentation, PAUL recipes leave no room for compromise. They ensure quality with one unique aim: customer satisfaction. With locations in 34 countries and more than 620 shops, PAUL bakeries are embedded in their local neighborhoods.

Bread & Chocolate, located at 2301 M St NW, Washington, D.C. which is nine minutes from your Wray apartment, serves baked goods, pies, breakfast items, tartine sandwiches and more in a comfy European-style cafe atmosphere.

Bread and Chocolate was founded in 1978 by two men who had a vision of bringing elegant European artisan bread, fine Viennese and French pastries to the Washington, D.C. area. Within two years, 11 locations were opened within the area along with a wholesale business serving fine hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, universities and airports.


2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20006

(202) 851-4603

Bread & Chocolate

2301 M St NW, Washington, D.C. 20037

(202) 833-8360

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