Our Must-Try ATL Desserts For Your Thanksgiving Table

Remember those delicious desserts at the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival? With the holidays approaching, now’s the perfect time to take those sweet bites home. Trust us – Georgia’s Best Damn Carrot Cake is worthy of its title. From baklava to pie, here are six sweet options to make your Thanksgiving meal a piece of cake.

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A Piece of Me to You

Location: Atlanta, GA

Need to know: Life is better with cocktails and desserts, so why not combine the two? These infused sweets have a dose of both for the adult table, although any dessert can be made to be non-alcoholic! Chef Rochelle is committed to making your sweetest dreams come true. Must preorder by Nov. 16th. Pick-up is available on Nov. 22nd.

Menu Highlights:

  • Key Lime Cake
  • Sweet Potato Pie
  • Lemon Crunch Pound Cake
  • Kentucky Butter Pound Cake
  • Infused Caramel Apple Crown Royal Pound Cake
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Not As Famous Cookie Company

Location: Smyrna, GA

Need to know: A flavor for everyone at your table! These gourmet cookies are made with a family recipe developed nearly three decades ago. Owner and creator Ashley R. Carlton is committed to baking with only the finest ingredients. Must preorder for large orders. Delivery is available.

Menu Highlights:

  • Sweet Potato Pie Cookie
  • Banana Pudding Cookie
  • Fall Festival Cookie
  • Apple Pie Cookie
  • Red Velvet Oreo Cookie
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RoHo Bakery

Location: Decatur, GA

Need to know: There’s a reason this carrot cake placed in the final round of the Flavor of Georgia and in the Top 10 of Dessert Wars, the largest dessert festival in America. This award-winning bakery offers a variety of cakes and cupcakes by Chef Ronald Hollis. All orders must be placed at least 72 hours in advance.

Menu Highlights

  • Georgia’s Best Damn Red Velvet Cake
  • Georgia’s Best Damn Carrot Cake
  • Chocolate Espresso-Self Cake
  • Lemon Don’t Lie Cake
  • Pound-For-Pound Cake
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Zúcar Patisserie

Location: Atlanta, GA

Need to know: If you didn’t have a chance to enjoy the Peach Basil Cream Layered Gateau at Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, you’re in for a treat. Chef Zúcar offers custom flavors — “You dream it, I bake it”. Order your Thanksgiving sweets up until 2pm on November 23 and then all weekend November 25 – 27. Delivery is available.

Menu Highlights:

  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Sweet Potato Pie
  • Cheesecake
  • Any fall-flavored dessert upon request
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Knead to Savor

Location: Atlanta, GA

Need to know:  Remember those delicious baklava cake squares at the AF&WF Tasting Tents? Knead to Savor offers fresh made-to-order Persian pastries & specialty bread – sprinkled with love by owner and creator, Niki Gavahi. All Thanksgiving orders must be placed by November 9th. Delivery is available.

Menu Highlights

  • Cardamom-Walnut Cinnamon Rolls w/ Cream Cheese Frosting
  • Apple-Custard Cream Cake
  • Chocolate-Pistachio Cake
  • Gluten-Free Baklava Cake
  • Persian Napoleon Cake
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LuLu Liquor Cakes

Need to know: Booze + Cake? Yes, please. These were a hit at AF&WF Tasting Tents and would be a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table. Every order is express shipped with ice-packs to keep your cakes safe and fresh on their way to your door! Bonus tip: For 20% off your first order, download their app on your phone.

Menu Highlights:

  • Pumpkin Caramel Cheesecake
  • Mudslide with Oreo Pieces
  • Pineapple Upside-Down
  • Strawberry Margarita
  • Bourbon Vanilla
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