The Huntington/Five Harbors Area has some of the tastiest and homemade options on Long Island. So grab a fork and make your way around to these absolutely delectable spots.
Also don't forget National Pi Day on 3.14.
Blondies Bakeshop- stop in to browse the glass counters brimming with an array of baked goods. Place your orders for holiday pies and keep an eye out for their mobile bakeshop- the Little Blonde Truck.
Hometown Bakeshop- taking orders for their delicious assortment of pies. They have an extensive assortment of savory and sweet pies which are perfect for just about any gathering. We dare you not to walk out with a few more delicious goodies.
Cold Spring Harbor
photo courtesy of Youngs Farm
Sweetie Pies on Main- brings in freshly made Young Farm pies- the Dark Cherry Pie as seen on Verizon's Restaurant Hunter is amazing! Place your holidays orders early. They also serve miniature pies from Fiorello Dolce.
photo courtesy of Fiorello Dolce
A-Rise Above Bakeshop- these bakeshop goods feel as if they came right out of your oven at home. Choose from a selection of home-made pies and don't forget to take home a box of their cookies and scones.
photo courtesy of Kerbers Farm
Hometown Bakeshop (Black & Blue/Farmers Markets/Online)- Hometown Bakeshop products can be ordered online but you can also taste pastry chef Danna Abram's creations at Black & Blue, Southdown Coffee and local Farmers Markets. The miniature blueberry pie is great and if you are looking for a savory option- the Pot Pie is delicious and the Tomato Pie is out-of-this-world.
photo courtesy of Buttercooky
photo courtesy of Copenhagen Bakery