Curb your pumpkin spice craving at these 10 Richmond businesses

No need to stop by Starbucks. Get your fall flavors at a local coffee shop, bakery, brewery, or even spice rack.

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Got a penchant for pumpkin? Maybe pass on the Starbucks, and try out these fall flavors, tasty treats, and some adult beverage alternatives to the famous Pumpkin Spice Latte.

☕️ Cream and sugar

Rostov’s Coffee & Tea | Order a pumpkin spice roast, or buy the beans or syrup to take home
Urban Hang Suite | This shop sells a pumpkin spice white chocolate latte using espresso, peach syrup, and cinnamon
Roastology | Forgo pumpkin flavors and try this Fan shop’s Autumn Sky, a latte made with dried apple, maple syrup, and cinnamon sticks

🥧 Open the oven

Arley Cakes | Donate a pumpkin pie to be distributed across the city for Thanksgiving by the RVA Community Fridges crew
Pies and Cakes Bakery | Pumpkin is one of seven pies made to order ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, or to grab a slice in-store
Up All Night Bakery | Share a dozen pumpkin white chocolate cookies with your colleagues
Cameo Bakery and Cafe | Try a PSL, a boozy Pumpkin Spice White Russian, or a jack-o-lantern macaron

🍻 Toast to fall

Richbrau Brewing | The 13 O’Clock Imperial Stout is bursting with pumpkin flavor, and is available on draft or in growlers
Hardywood Park Craft Brewery | Farmhouse Pumpkin is bringing back its sugary saison flavors in cans and on draft
Isley Brewing Co. | The Stunt Dubbel Pumpkin Ale is available at many local eateries, like Capital Ale House and Burger Bach

If you’re looking to whip up your own pumpkin pleasures, grab some local pumpkin spice blends. Richmond-born Sauer Brands has been developing kitchen essentials on W. Broad Street since 1887.

Got more than pumpkin picks for your fall palate? Let us know what you’re sipping.

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