It’s officially Fall! From pumpkin spice caramel popcorn to pumpkin pie yogurt, maple bacon doughnuts to hot toddies -- Pike Place Market has all your fall favorites and some new items you must try this year. Celebrate the changing of the season with our 500+ small businesses at the Market.
The Highlights: Everything Pumpkin!
- Barque Brontes Bakery Cafe: Pumpkin spice latte
- Bottega Italiana: Pumpkin gelato
- Cobb’s Popcorn: Pumpkin spice caramel popcorn
- The Confectional: Mini pumpkin cheesecake
- Ellenos: Pumpkin Pie Yogurt
- indi chocolate: Pumpkin spice lattes and truffles.
- Le Panier: Pumpkin macaro and pumpkin tart
- MarketSpice: Pumpkin pie spice tea
- Piroshky Piroshky: Pumpkin toffee braid
Pumpkin lovers! We’ve got you covered. Ellenos’ famous pumpkin pie yogurt with real pie chucks does not disappoint. Pick some up right now at their newly renovated yogurt bar. Ellenos sells a version of this flavor in stores as well, but nothing compares to the real thing at the Market.
Speaking of pumpkin, The Confectional on Pike Place is back open. They’ll start selling their mini pumpkin cheesecakes on October 1st. Get them while supplies last.
Piroshky Piroshky released their Pumpkin Toffee Braid this week. It's a buttery autumn blend of cinnamon, allspice, ginger and cloves, braided into their signature sweet dough and topped with an aromatic pumpkin glaze and crunchy toffee almonds.
Hop on down to Western Ave. for pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin cheesecakes at Barque Brontes Bakery Cafe. You can also pre-order their classic fall cookies for yourself or some send to a friend.
This year, Cobb’s Popcorn has been busy creating new flavors almost weekly. Look for pumpkin spice caramel popcorn which they partnered with MarketSpice to create, and maple bacon caramel popcorn. For Halloween, they’ll be popping special black kettle corn. Spooky!
indi chocolate, the chocolate factory in Pike Place Market is whipping up pumpkin spice truffles for the season. Warm up in their cafe by ordering a pumpkin spice latte, as well.
The Highlights: Those Other Fall Flavors
- Bottega Italiana: Rum raisin gelato and cinnamon gelato
- Cobb’s Popcorn: Maple bacon caramel popcorn
- The Crumpet Shop: Maple butter crumpet
- Daily Dozen Doughnut Co: Maple bacon doughnut
- Honest Biscuits: Caramel apple biscuit and sweet potato biscuit
- Le Panier: Kouigan aman aux pommes (apples & sugar on a buttery croissant)
For those craving, more diverse fall flavors look for pumpkin, rum raisin, and cinnamon gelato in October and November at Bottega Italiana.
Starting October 1st, Honest Biscuits will have a caramel apple biscuit made with local organic apples and housemade caramel. In November, look for their sweet potato biscuit and Mom’s, which is kind of like a cinnamon apple roll. Honest Biscuits will also sell an Apple Chai seasonal drink starting in mid-October.
Le Panier is celebrating the season with apple, cinnamon and pumpkin baked treats. At the bakery right now pick up a roule cannelle (croissant swirled with cinnamon and sugar) and kouigan aman aux pommes (fresh apples & sugar on a buttery croissant dough). By mid-October, their pumpkin macaron and pumpkin tarts will hit the display case.
Old Stove Brewing has tapped their Sabro Fresh Hop IPA and their Festbier Lager for Oktoberfest. Stop by for a drink on their patio or take home a crowler.
Make your favorite Rachel’s Ginger Beer into a hot toddy! All you need is Rachel’s Ginger Beer and plenty of whiskey. Look for seasonal flavors too starting in October.
MarketSpice has the fall flavors you are seeking from pumpkin pie spice tea to caramel apple tea and their famous cinnamon orange tea. See all their fall teas here. Their Spice Cider Mix with allspice, orange peel, cinnamon and cloves will hit store shelves in October.
Fall Farm Favorites
Juicy plums, Asian pears, and sweet potatoes are overflowing the shelves at six produce stands in the Market right now. As we enter October, look for pumpkins, winter squash, and crisp Pacific Northwest grown apples.
Choice Produce sells pepper strings and wreath all year round, but they are the freshest and most colorful in the fall. These eye-catching arrangements make great gifts and can be eaten or used as decoration.
'tis the season for fresh honeycomb. Pick up a square or two at Sunny Honey Co. They’re selling real maple syrup.
Woodring Northwest’s Kentucky Whiskey Caramel sauce turns any apple into a mouthwatering treat you can’t resist. They sell peach chipotle and habanero pepper jellies too.
Don’t forget to order your Thanksgiving turkey from Don & Joe’s Meats! They start accepting pre-orders on November 1st.
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