5 Local Places to Get Your Thanksgiving Dessert

5 Local Places to Get Your Thanksgiving Dessert

With the holidays coming up it can be daunting to plan out your holiday meals and all the fixings that come with them. Between cooking the turkey and ensuring all the sides are served hot, no one has time to also make homemade desserts. Luckily, Richmond holds a wide array of small businesses that are here to help make your life a little easier. Take a look at the 5 bakeries below for all your Thanksgiving treats! 

Williams Bakery 

With multiple locations all across town, Williams is perfect for anyone! Walk-in or call to order. They serve mini tarts, full pies, loaves of bread, cookies, chocolates.

5 Local Dessert Places - Williams

Ashland Pot Pie

Ashland Pot Pie is new to the area but has already gained a big following for its selection of sweet and savory pies! Call to place an order. 

5 Local Dessert Places - Ashland Pot Pie

Shyndigz Desserts

Shyndigz is a Fan District favorite for all special events. They sell whole pies, batches of cookies, dips, quiches, whole cake for pick up on November 23rd & 24th. Order online for larger orders or walk into their To-go Market location for quick grabs. 

5 Local Dessert Places - Shyndigz

WPA Bakery

WPA bakery located in the Reedy Creek neighborhoods serves pies, cakes, & cheesecakes, and different gluten-free offerings. You can place an order online or over the phone. 

5 Local Dessert Places - WPA

Whisk Bakery

Whisk is located in the Shockoe Bottom neighborhood with a selection of three seasonal tarts available for Thanksgiving orders. They have a Ginger Pumpkin Tart, Caramel Apple Tart, Chocolate Orange Tar which can be ordered online or over the phone for pick up on November 23rd & 24th.

5 Local Dessert Places - Whisk

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