Seasonal pies + treats in Lakeland, FL

Satisfy your seasonal sweet tooth at one of these Swan City spots (and say that five times fast).

A sheet pan pie with blueberry, pumpkin, and apple pie sections.

Mitchell’s “Tri-Pie” has something for everyone.

Photo via @mitchellscoffeehouse

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, there’s no time to waste, so we’ll cut to the chase. We present: five local spots to buy your Thanksgiving pie, plus a few other local favorites.

🥧 Born and Bread Bakehouse, order online | $36-$38 | Order ahead to impress your Thanksgiving guests with a classic pumpkin pie, brown butter apple pie, a very Florida-esque Key Lime pie, or a gluten-free + vegan cherry crumble pie. All pies are 10 inches.

🥧 Honeycomb Bread Bakers, order online | $30 | Try a spin on the classics with Honeycomb’s cinnamon pecan pie, American apple pie, and pumpkin tamarind pie. Pre-orders are open until Sunday, Nov. 20.

An overhead shot of Bandidas' Concord Grape + Apple pie

Bandidas’ concord grape and apple pie is sure to please any crowd.

Photo by @bandidas_lkld

🥧 Bandidas, order online | $36-$38 | If you’re looking to bring something to the dinner table that will keep your guests talking, order one of Bandidas’ unique creations. Their concord grape + apple pie, spiced plum crumble, and gluten-free chocolate banoffee pie are available for pre-order until Sunday, Nov. 20.

🥧 Mitchell’s Coffee House, 235 N. Kentucky Ave. | $27 | Order a pumpkin, apple, or triple-berry pie from this downtown Lakeland staple. Pro tip: Request the cinnamon bun crust for an extra sweet surprise. You can place your order in the store or by giving them a call at 863-680-2944.

Five pies in a display case

Are you hungry for pecan, pumpkin, or something else? Head to Reececliff to try some of Lakeland’s favorite pies.

🥧 Reececliff Family Diner, 940 S. Florida Ave. | Prices vary | Did you know the same expert has been crafting Reececliff’s iconic pies for more than 50 years? Head to the diner to order one of their classic pies for your Thanksgiving table this year — we recommend the pumpkin, sweet potato, apple, or pecan.

Did we miss your favorite dish? Don’t crumble — just tell us about it so we can add it to our roundup (and our seasonal shopping list).

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