Cozy Treats To Get You in the Fall Spirit
How do you mark the start of fall in Pittsburgh? The first crisp morning? The moment the leaves start to change? Or maybe even earlier than that — as soon as pumpkin spice lattes are back on the Starbucks menu. If you’re in the latter camp, then fall is already here! And the City Cast team is sharing some of our favorite local treats to get you into the autumn spirit.
- Commonplace Coffee’s fall drink specials, including their maple cinnamon and brown sugar apple spice lattes
- Apple butter and other fall spreads from Triple B Farms
- Maple soft serve, apple dumpling sundaes, and other fall treats from Page Diary Mart
- Bruster’s fall ice cream flavors, including caramel apple crunch and cinnamon bun
- Pumpkin beer from Southern Tier Brewing Company, Mike’s Beer Bar, or Bierport, hard cider from Arsenal Cider House, and the Mischievous Brown Ale from Helltown Brewing
- Sweet potato empanadas from the PA Market
- Noodle soup from Everyday Noodles
- Pumpkin and mascarpone ravioli or butternut squash sachetti from Penn Mac
- DiAnoia’s gnocci pumpkin bowl
- Mad Mex’s gobblerito
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