Fall is great for a lot of reasons, but the food & drinks inspired by the season’s flavors take the cake (no pun intended). Apple, pumpkin, cinnamon, maple — you name it, there’s a Savannah business that’s done something incredible with it.

Mirabelle | Abercorn Street

This treat from Mirabelle is warm fuzzies in a cup. Stop by and try their new Fall Spice Latte which is made with a house-made spiced syrup containing nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves. It’s available as a hot or cold option.
Available at 313 Abercorn Street, www.mirabellesavannah.com

The Paris Market | West Broughton

Paris Market is bringing all the fall fun. The most difficult thing that you will have to do is decide between which one you want. The line up includes hot apple cider, caramel apple latte, maple cinnamon latte (which is the barista’s favorite), pumpkin spice latte or you could try a signature apple cider mimosa. Also, be sure to grab the perfect accompaniment pumpkin spice macaron.
Available at 36 W. Broughton St, www.theparismarket.com

Little House Bakery | Skidaway Road

Don’t miss this cute little shop tucked away inside Cohen’s Retreat. You can expect several apple and pumpkin inspired baked goods throughout the next couple of months. The menu changes weekly but owner Sarah Floyd has been working on the following mouthwatering menu items: caramel apple mini pies, apple strudel muffins, apple spice mini cakes with cream cheese frosting, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin pie bars, pumpkin crumb cake, decorate fall & Halloween sugar cookies, bourbon butter roasted pecans. You can also pre-order baked goods on the website.
Available at 5715 Skidaway Road, www.littlehousebakerysav.com

Sentient Bean | Park Avenue

If you find yourself wandering around Forsyth Park and wishing you had a fall treat.  You’re in luck…stop by Sentient Bean for some delicious fall favorites like pumpkin pecan scone, gluten free pumpkin cranberry muffin, vegan muscadine and blackberry cobbler or add a shot of pumpkin spice to any coffee.
Available at 13 East Park Avenue, www.thesentientbean.com

Henny Penny Art Space & Cafe | Bull Street

Head over to Henny Penny towards the beginning of October cause you won’t want to sleep on these fall treats. Hot apple cider, molasses spice bread, vegan & gluten free pumpkin spice muffins and of course a seasonal brownie flavor. Also, as the weather gets cooler look for mulled wine to make an appearance.
Available at 1514 Bull Street, www.hennypennycafe.com