Best NKY places for Thanksgiving Day baked goods

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One of the most important parts of Thanksgiving Day? Dessert, of course.

If you haven’t gotten your baked goods yet, we’ve got you covered with some of the tastiest spots in Northern Kentucky.

Emerson’s Bakery: 7606 Dixie Highway in Florence

Each pie, cake, loaf of bread and pastry in their bakery is made on site. From pie crusts to cake filling, they offer custom made cakes perfect for Thanksgiving. You can also grab their house made doughnuts to fill up for the day of cooking ahead.

Bean Haus Bakery and Café: 640 Main St. in Covington

Bean Haus offers a variety of pie selections such as streusel apple pie, chess pie, bourbon pecan pie and more, with other exciting desserts such as cinnamon rolls, pumpkin rolls, cheesecake and cookies.

Chako Bakery Cafe: 611 Main St. in Covington

Chako uses hand-made and natural baking processes with unique Japanese ingredients and fresh seasonal produce from local farmers. Served with the Japanese hospitality concept of “Omotenashi,” Chako offers things like matcha roll cakes, fruit roll cakes and banana pound cakes. They also have bread and pastries like the azuki sweet bread, shoku-pan black sesame (square bread) and spinach baton bread.

Avenue Brew: 310 Fairfield Ave. in Bellevue

The Brew offers baked goods along with some turkey day fuel like coffee, smoothies and frape’s. They also offer all-day breakfast that’s prepared by their “brew crew,” featuring things like omelets, pancakes and breakfast sandwiches.

Nothing Bundt Cakes: 4960 Houston Road in Florence

Their cakes come in a wide variety of flavors and sizes. They also offer party supplies, gifts and other decorations to perfect your Thanksgiving celebrations.

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