Los Angeles Restaurants Serving Fall Food Favorites
We’re now in full-blown spooky season! A few restaurants, shops, and cafes have added dishes to their menus that will satisfy your cravings for all things Fall food. Try all these places to go during the holiday season in Los Angeles!
It’s that time of the year when you may be looking for all things pumpkin. Badmaash uses pumpkin, squash, and yams in its casual Indian-inspired dishes, making you think twice about what a gourd can do!
Nothing says Fall like a pumpkin spice latte! The Pumpkin Spice Latte is a coffee drink made with a mix of traditional autumn spice flavors. Try the Iced Oat Pumpkin Spice Latte and a slice of Pumpkin Loaf Bread!
Edelweiss has been a Los Angeles and Beverly Hills tradition and offers a lot of products to fill jars, to use for place settings or just to enjoy the sweets. With Halloween around the corner, you need to get your hands on this chocolate bar! The smooth dark and creamy milk chocolate combined with sweet candy corn pieces are delicious!
What is your favorite kind of pie, pumpkin or apple?? If it’s apple, you’re in luck! Try a decadent slice of Jones Apple Pie served on a sizzling platter in a brown sugar sauce with a scoop of Vanilla bean ice cream, big enough to share!
Kien Giang Bakery is the number one choice for Moon Cakes over the years. Whether you want a traditional red bean or durian cake or specials like the abalone, Kien Giang makes them by stamping their elaborate knotted crusts with their red crest.
Gracias Madre will honor Dia De Los Muertos with several food and drink specials! Additionally, traditional sweet bread used on altars will be available for brunch, or pumpkin cake with candied pumpkin and piloncillo glaze with vegan cinnamon ice cream will be available all day.
Fall is here! This means it’s Caramel Apple Season and we can’t wait to decorate! Stop by Little Johns Candies for the best Candy Carmel Apples, handmade English Toffee, and Candies in town.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so it’s best to make sure to do it right! The Downtown spot’s menu at Little Sister serves sunny-side-up eggs plated with spiced pork sausage, fresh tomato and onions, pate, and a baguette.
Thanksgiving but rolled up and stuffed into a ball! Porto’s serves a breaded and deep-fried ball packed with its standard potato puree as well as turkey breast, carrots, onions, and celery seasoned with sage and white wine, and served in porcini mushroom gravy.
Salt & Straw location in Los Angeles is getting in the Halloween spirit with spooky flavors! We hope to see the same flavors such as The Chocolate Graveyard, Candy Corn, and Essence of Ghost.
*Flavors of ice cream may vary location