Fall Themed Foods in the St. Louis Area 2022
Ice cream, cocktails and gooey buttercakes are just a few of the amazing treats being offered by restaurants in the St. Louis area this fall.
ST. LOUIS — Fancy some pumpkin spice? Or how about caramel apples? We’ve compiled a list of delicious fall-themed treats you can get in the St. Louis area all season long.
If you live in the St. Louis area and are looking for a sweet treat or maybe a nice cocktail, you’re spoiled for choice.
If you know of other local places offering something special for the fall season, email us.
Andy’s ice cream
To start the list of autumn sweets, Andy’s ice cream has some fall-themed treats to enjoy this season.
pumpkin pie concrete: A slice of freshly baked pumpkin pie of the day is included in this pastry cream. Available through Thanksgiving.
Jackhammer S’mores: Frozen vanilla custard tossed with hot fudge and graham crackers and filled with marshmallow creme in the center. Available through Thanksgiving.
“Words Can’t Describe It” Apple Pie Concrete and Sundae: Apple pie concrete contains a whole slice of apple pie mixed together. The apple pie sundae features a piece of apple pie topped with Andy’s Custard and crème caramel.
Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery
Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery is offering four delicious ice creams this fall.
Pumpkin Caramel Cake: This “beautiful” ice cream is described as pumpkin ice cream with hints of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and bits of caramel for added sweetness and crunch.
Mexican hot chocolate: A rich “cheeky” dark chocolate ice cream, accented with Tuaca (an Italian brandy), cinnamon and chipotle for a little spice.
Vegan Boo-Berries: Vegan ice cream made with coconut cream, homemade blueberry compote and gluten-free oatmeal crumble.
Orange Goulius: A creamsicle-like sorbet made with orange juice and cream and loaded with homemade colorful Halloween pretzel chips.
Kitchen Candy Crown
Kitchen Candy Crown is known for its incredible sweet treats. This fall, St. Louis’ staple has the finest treats to celebrate the fall season.
The treats range from candy corn and gummy bears to chocolates in the shape of pumpkins and skulls. To view and purchase all of the treats offered by Crown Candy this fall, Click here.
Donuts, anyone? Duck fritters in Chesterfield offers delicious delights for the fall season.
Fall-themed flavors include:
apple cobbler: Cinnamon sugar, apple and streusel.
Apple pie: Vanilla icing, apple, streusel, salted butter caramel.
pumpkin roll: Pumpkin icing, vanilla drizzle.
Pumpkin Streusel: Pumpkin glaze, streusel.
To learn more about the fall flavors of Duck Donuts, Click here.
Crafted by Narwhal
Looking for a frozen cocktail to enjoy this fall? If that is the case, Crafted by Narwhal has the selection for you.
Apple Cider Mimosa: Brut champagne, vodka, apple brandy, Eckert apple cider, graham cracker simple syrup and lemon.
Fashionable apple pie: Spiced rum, apple pie liqueur, Eckert’s apple cider, spiced apples, graham cracker simple syrup, homemade ice cream. Topped with vodka infused whipped cream.
Blood Orange Margarita: Gold and silver tequilas, triple sec, blood orange, burnt brown sugar simple syrup and lime.
Russian White Spice Pumpkin: Vodka, Kahlua, simple pumpkin syrup, homemade ice cream. Topped with vodka infused whipped cream.
Spicy Pear Mezcal Punch: Mezcal, spiced rum, pear, spiced brown simple syrup, orange, lemon.
Zombie: Goslings Black Seal Rum, Silver Rum, Spiced Rum, Cinnamon Simple Syrup, Grenadine, Lime, Passion Fruit, Pineapple, Bitters.
To learn more about Narwhal’s artisan menu, Click here.
Have a dog? Well, Narwhal’s has a special treat for them too! Give them a Pumpkin Puppy Mug!
Park Avenue Cafe
Everyone knows that gooey buttercake is a St. Louis delicacy, so how about fall-flavored gooey buttercakes? Park Avenue Cafe has a homemade gooey butter cake on its menu that will make your mouth water.
Gooey Pumpkin Butter Cake: Award-winning homemade traditional gooey butter cake made with pumpkin puree.
Apple Caramel Gooey Butter Cake: Park Avenue Coffee’s traditional gooey butter cake made with homemade caramel sauce and lots of fresh, locally sourced apples.
Gooey Pumpkin Caramel Pecan Butter Cake: This gooey butter cake was deemed the winning flavor of The Food Network’s Food Feud, according to the Park Avenue website. Park Avenue’s traditional gooey buttery crust topped with homemade caramel sauce, pan-roasted pecans, then topped with gooey pumpkin buttercake topping.
Silver Spoon Ice Cream
It is described as spiced cinnamon ice cream mixed with apple chunks, caramel ribbon and cinnamon crispy shortbread pieces.
St. Louis Union Station Soda Fountain
Enjoy Halloween at Soda Fountain at Union Station with a Halloween-themed “monster” shake. This shake is quite the creation to celebrate any Halloween!
“It’s All Just a Bunch of Hocus Pocus” shake is a cookie and cream milkshake served with spooky gray whipped cream, gummy worms, Oreo cookie crumbs and a purple sugar cookie in a mug. cauldron to take away. The shake is accented with toy witch fingers and silhouettes of the Sanderson sisters from Disney’s “Hocus Pocus,” which is the shake’s theme.
Ted Drewes Ice Cream
Mmm, mmm pumpkin pie! Check Ted Drewes Ice Cream and their pumpkin pastry cream this fall!