Have A Delicious Slice of Pie At One of These Philadelphia Bakeries

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Pies from Bredenbeck's Bakery
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Bredenbeck's Bakery has a 135-year history in Philadelphia. This is one of the best places to get your hands on an old-fashioned pie, such as traditional lemon meringue, apple, or cherry pie

Many eateries and bakeries in Philadelphia prepare incredible pies, with some of them baking the popular classics while some offer unique flavors to tempt the more adventurous foodies, write Kae Lani Palmisano and Hira Qureshi for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Beiler’s Bakery in Reading Terminal Market is the perfect spot to grab Pennsylvania Dutch baked goods. Here you can grab delicious whoopie pies, cakes, and pies, such as the Pennsylvania Dutch classic shoofly pie.

Bredenbeck’s Bakery is an institution in the local pastry world. It has been making mouthwatering cakes, cookies, pies, pastries, and ice cream for 135 years. This is one of the best places to get your hands on an old-fashioned pie, such as traditional lemon meringue, apple, or cherry pie.

Meanwhile, at Flying Monkey Bakery in Reading Terminal Market, every crust is made from scratch using real butter and rolled by hand.

“The crust is the vehicle for the pie,” said owner Elizabeth Halen. “We’re committed to butter and our pastry craft.”

Night Kitchen Bakery in Germantown makes pies using only the best ingredients. In addition to the classic apple, key lime, chocolate pecan, and cherry crumb pies, it also offers seasonal tarts such as mixed berry.

Read more about where in Philadelphia to get the most delicious pies at The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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