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5 must-try pies to bring for Thanksgiving

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With Thanksgiving less than a week away, you may show up for the turkey, but you can stay for the pie! New York magazine combed the city to find the best new twists on classic pies.

Sierra Tishgart, senior editor at Grub Street, has five must-try pies:

VICTORY GARDEN’s Pumpkin Pie in a Gingersnap Crust, $20
31 Carmine St., nr. Bleecker St.; 212-206-7273; orders must be prepaid and require 24-to-48-hour advance notice.

BREADS BAKERY’s Chocolate Babka Pie, $35
18 E. 16th St., nr. Union Sq. W.;212-633-2253.

DOMINIQUE ANSEL KITCHEN’s Honeycrisp Apple Blossom Tart, $50
137 Seventh Ave. S., nr. Charles St.; 212-242-5111; orders require 48-hour advance notice.

AMPLE HILLS’ Walt and the Blackbirds Ice-Cream Pie, $52
Available for preorder at amplehills.com, and pickup November 21 through 25 at Ample Hills locations in Gowanus and Prospect Heights.

RUNNER & STONE’s Dried Plum Walnut Linzer Tart, $26
85 Third Ave., nr. Carroll St., Gowanus; 718-576-3360; orders require 48-hour advance notice.

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