This month, cozy up with a pumpkin pie doughnut at Central District's Raised Doughnuts. Raised Doughnuts via Instagram
However you feel about pumpkin, it seems like you can find the ubiquitous fall flavor in just about every form in Seattle this fall, not just in lattes and pie but also in ice cream, cheesecake, milkshakes, yogurt, beer, cider, cookies, cake, and more. We've rounded up a list of options for your perusal. For more fall food and drink inspiration, head over to our list of Seattle food and drink specials to try in October and our full food and drink calendar.

A La Mode Pies
The pie bakery's holiday pumpkin pie, made with gingersnap crust, spicy pumpkin custard, fresh whipped cream, and pumpkin seed brittle, is officially back in stock.
Phinney and West Seattle

Amandine Bakeshop
Treat yourself to a fancy pumpkin spice latte made with real pumpkin while picking up a brownie macaron or savory Danish at Chophouse Row's French-style bakery.
Capitol Hill

Barque Brontes Bakery Café
This cafe and bakery tucked away in Pike Place is baking up spooky orange pumpkin cakes topped with tiny swirled-frosting ghosts.
Downtown

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Celine Patisserie
The impeccable French patisserie's stunning pumpkin cakes are made with fresh orange juice, cream cheese, spiced mousse, and pumpkin creme made from local, organic pumpkin.
Greenwood

Central District Ice Cream
This month, the Central District ice cream shop known for its bold and creative flavors is featuring a pumpkin pie horchata option inspired by San Francisco's Al Pastor Papi food truck.
Central District

Cookie Counter
Consume your PSL in scoop form with the vegan ice creamery and bakery's pumpkin spice latte ice cream, made with organic fair trade Cafe Mam espresso and organic pumpkin spice syrup.
Greenwood

Cloudburst
The acclaimed brewery has thrown their hat into the pumpkin beer ring with their irreverent new offering "Pumpkin Beer Still Sucks," which is, yep, a spiced pumpkin beer. Their reasoning: Sometimes you just want to drink a "delicious, basic AF pumpkin spice beer," but that style is dying and is often made by big corporations devoid of charm or independence. They conclude by pledging, "Every year, you can count on us to offer you a small, local, independent pumpkin beer option with a snarky name. That’s a Cloudburst promise."
Ballard

Deep Sea Sugar and Salt
The holiday menu at baker Charlie Dunmire's Georgetown cake bakery includes brown butter pumpkin.
Georgetown

Ellenos Yogurt
The Greek yogurt magicians at Ellenos have managed to capture the flavor of pumpkin pie in creamy yogurt form with their seasonal streusel-topped take on the dessert.
Various locations

Elysian Brewery
The local brewery has released its lineup of pumpkin beers for fall: Night Owl (a beloved pumpkin ale), Punkuccino (a pumpkin ale with Stumptown Coffee toddy, cinnamon, and nutmeg), The Great Pumpkin (an imperial pumpkin ale), and Dark Knife (a pumpkin Schwarzbier). You can find the ales at Elysian locations as well as grocery and liquor stores.
Various locations

Fainting Goat Gelato
You'll find pumpkin spice in this family-owned gelato shop's case, along with other seasonal flavors like chai latte and apple pie.
Fremont and Wallingford

Full Tilt Ice Cream
The local ice cream shop/arcade is scooping up pumpkin spice.
Various locations

Hello Robin
Robin Wehl Martin's cookie shop puts a twist on the Tollhouse classic with pumpkin spice chocolate chip cookies, ready to be enjoyed on their own or in an ice cream sandwich.
Capitol Hill

Hot Cakes
The organic dessert emporium's current molten cake of the month is a Pumpkin Milk Chocolate Molten Cake, filled with spiced pumpkin cream cheese with candied pepitas, vanilla ice cream, and dry-burned caramel sauce on the side.
Various locations

Juicebox
Capitol Hill's health food haven is getting in on the autumnal action with their cozy pumpkin shake, made with spiced pumpkin compote, pepita date milk, and Himalayan sea salt.
Capitol Hill

Lady Yum
The macaron maven's October flavors include a jack-o'-lantern-orange pumpkin macaron.
Various locations

Lowrider Baking
Dig into one of the cookie bakery's pumpkin cups, which layer pumpkin cookies, cream cheese frosting, caramel, and toasted pecans.
Central District and Georgetown

Macrina Bakery
The ever-popular bakery's petite pumpkin cheesecake combines pumpkin with a ginger molasses cookie crust and tart cranberry compote for a trifecta of fall flavor. They also have pumpkin pie bars, available topped with crunchy pecan streusel or a leaf cutout and sugared cranberry.
Various locations

Mighty-O Donuts
Forgo the PSL and enjoy the vegan donut shop's pumpkin spice donut of the month (made with organic pumpkin spiced cake and a scratch-made pumpkin glaze) with a cup of hot coffee.
Various locations

Milkie Milkie
This Korean bakery specializing in bingsu (shaved ice) and other desserts also serves hobak-juk, a comforting, velvety, soup-like pumpkin porridge.
Edmonds

Molly Moon’s Ice Cream
The local ice cream parlor's seasonal Pumpkin Clove flavor is made with organic pumpkin, cane sugar, cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Try it in the Great Pumpkin Sundae with hot fudge, sweet and salty pepita brittle, whipped cream, and a Chukar cherry.
Various locations

Parfait Organic Artisan Ice Cream
Grab a cone of spiced pumpkin ice cream from this farm-to-table, small-batch ice cream shop.
Ballard

Pettirosso
Every year, Yuki and Miki Sodos's adorable Capitol Hill mainstay makes a pumpkin tart with a big marshmallow on top which is then heated until melty.
Capitol Hill

Pie
Diminutive pumpkin pies have returned to the Fremont pie shop's daily specials.
Fremont

Piroshky Piroshky
Be the hero of your office or fall gathering when you bring the Pike Place pastry purveyor's special pumpkin toffee almond braid, featuring spiced pumpkin and a sweet dough twisted into a stunning plait and finished with a toffee almond and pumpkin glaze.
Various locations

Raised Doughnuts
The Central District doughnut shop's pumpkin pie doughnut made its debut this month and is available on Sundays only through the end of October.
Central District

R&M Dessert Bar
This late-night dessert destination's fall menu includes pumpkin dulce de leche bread pudding.
Capitol Hill

Salt and Straw
As part of their October "Spooktacular" flavor series, the Portland-based artisan ice creamery has concocted Mummy's Spiced Pumpkin Potion, a vegan and dairy-free twist on the pumpkin spice latte made with August Uncommon Tea.
Ballard and Capitol Hill

Seattle Cider Company
Pumpkin and warming spices complement crisp apple in the Sodo cidery's refreshing pumpkin spice cider.
Sodo

Seattle Pops
Ice pops aren't just for summer—the Wallingford favorite has introduced pumpkin pie pops, made with real pumpkin, milk, cream, and a blend of spices. You can even pick up your own pumpkin from Gordon Skagit Farms at their patio and receive a free chocolate dip with purchase.
Wallingford

Shake Shack
Order a pumpkin shake made with vanilla frozen custard blended with real pumpkin, marshmallow, cinnamon, and nutmeg to sip alongside your ShackBurger and crinkle-cut fries at the fast-casual burger chain.
Kirkland and South Lake Union

Sugar Bakery
Warm up with a house-made pumpkin spice latte and one of the bakery's pumpkin cheesecake bites.
First Hill and Queen Anne

Suika
Capitol Hill's izakaya hangout has a pumpkin pudding in a jar available for a limited time.
Capitol Hill

Tilikum Place Cafe
If you can snag a reservation at this extremely popular Belltown brunch spot, you'll be rewarded with a pumpkin spice Dutch baby (a puffy pancake baked in a skillet).
Belltown