You can already feel it in the air, now it’s time to taste it!
Fall is officially here and we couldn’t be more excited! Though we’re eager to bundle up in blankets and throw on our favorite flannel, we can’t forget that the best part of fall is it’s delicious flavors! Explore sweets of the season at these NYC spots offering fun and festive treats this autumn.
1. CityCakes: Pumpkindoodle
Always known to go above and beyond, CityCakes is now offering their monstrous, ½ pound Pumpkindoodle. A dream combination of their Sugardoodle base but with pumpkin spice! Not only is this cookie GF, but it’s oozing with pumpkin pie cream cheese! To finish off this fall masterpiece the cookie is coated in a spiced graham mixture and laced with a vanilla glaze. Aren’t you hungry just reading about it?
Where: Lower Level, 251 W 18th St, New York
2. Dominique Ansel Bakery: Pumpkin & Rice Pudding Cronut
Dominique Ansel’s cronuts are always a monthly must-do. With each month offering a new, never been done before flavor this month’s cronut is not to be missed. Featuring a rice pudding ganache on the inside and decorated with a pumpkin ganache and a cinnamon sugar dusting on the outside, this September cronut is unforgettable.
Where: 189 Spring St, New York
3. Chip: Pumpkin Spice Latte Cookie
Looking for an insta-worthy cookie break? Chip has you covered! Pull apart this delicious autumnal beauty to see a pumpkin spice base filled with espresso dulce de leche. Caffeine and sugar, yes please!
Where: 298 Bleecker St, New York, 30-06 34th St, Queens; 42-15 Crescent St, Long Island City
4. Daily Provisions: Apples & Honey Cruller
Who doesn’t love biting into a melt in your mouth pastry that reminds you of a crisp day at the apple orchard? Daily Provisions is now offering their September Cruller, Apples & Honey! Make sure to stop by early because these babies sell out quickly!
Where: 103 E 19th St, New York
5. Oddfellows: Cornbread Ice Cream
Cornbread and ice cream? Who would have thought…Oddfellows would! The company has created a never-ending list of shockingly unique ice cream flavors but this one has to pique everyone’s seasonal interest. Try it out at one of their locations across the city today!
Where: 44 Water St, Brooklyn
6. Art Bar: Pumpkin Martini
Sip your way into the season with this festive cocktail at Art Bar in the West Village. The bar is open for outdoor drinking and dining until 11pm each night. Sure to get you in the spirit, this delicious drink is made with pumpkin liqueur, coffee liqueur, butterscotch liqueur and splash of fresh cream, topped with fluffy whipped cream and garnished with the spice of September.
Where: 52 8th Ave, New York
7. Milk Bar: Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Cake
Back by popular demand, Milk Bar is once again offering their indulgent pumpkin dulce de leche cake for online orders and soon to be in stores. This towering dessert is filled with layers of cinnamon spice cake stacked with pumpkin frosting drizzled in dulce de leche and sprinkled with toasted pepitas. What more could you ask for?!
Where: 220 8th Ave, New York
8. Comfortland: Pumpkin Ice Cream Pie
Ice cream and pie what a perfect combination! Order for pick-up or delivery at this Astoria cafe. Featuring donutdivany’s pumpkin cake, Comfortland then layers with vanilla and pumpkin ice cream, more pumpkin cake, candied pecans, and caramel in a white chocolate hard shell. A mouthful to say and to taste!
Where: 4009 30th Ave, Astoria
9. Spot Dessert Bar: Chestnut Butterscotch
This treat offers a more unique take on the flavors of fall. Spot Dessert Bar adds chestnut cream, condensed milk ice cream, and beautifully roasted chestnut to their flavorful chestnut miso cake. Oozing decadence, this dessert is a seasonal must-try!
Where: 13 St Marks Pl, New York
10. Tipsy Scoop: Spiced Spiked Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream
Dig into this creamy, pumpkin pie ice cream with a boozy twist of Sailer Jerry’s Spiced Rum. Sure to put you in the spirit of the season, Tipsy Scoop offers additional fall flavors such as vanilla bean bourbon, hot buttered rum, and tequila Mexican “hot” chocolate.
Where: 217 E 26th St, New York
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