Thirsty for More Fall Favorites?
Whether you’re out and about for a crisp morning walk in search of a cup of joe or out on the town having dinner with friends, we’ve concocted a list of member drink specials infused with the flavors of fall.
Sip on these lattes, cocktails and brews and toast to the season!
Changing Tides Café & Donut Shop
With layers of cinnamon and brown sugar, Changing Tides Café is featuring a Cubano Latte for the fall season. Their cozy neighborhood shop is the perfect spot to enjoy specialty coffee, tea and baked goods made fresh daily. Pair a Cubano latte with an apple fritter to amplify your fall flavors experience.
Starbucks knows how to celebrate fall. For the pumpkin connoisseurs, Starbucks fills its menu with pumpkin everything–from pumpkin muffins and scones to the infamous pumpkin spiced latte.
Sweater weather calls for a heartier brew to warm us up on cooler nights. Park Lunch offers Shipyard Pumpkinhead Ale, properly served with a caramel brown sugar rim. This seasonal suds is a refreshing wheat ale with a subtle spice flavor that includes a proprietary blend of spices including cinnamon and nutmeg.
With a menu overflowing with fall drink specials and a picture-perfect summer view, Michael’s Harborside offers a Pumpkin Spiced Russian, an Autumn Leaves Martini, and a Apple Pumpkin Beer-tail, to name a few.
One for me and one for you! The Poynt offers two seasonal mouth-watering drink specials. The martini coupe is brimming with a Pumpkin Spiced Espresso Martini with a cinnamon sugar salted rim. The double rocks glass is complete with an Apple Pie Rum Manhattan. Cheers!
Oregano Pizzeria & Ristorante
The Sugared Cranberry is the featured fall cocktail at Oregano Pizzeria. After you melt into their signature pizza, indulge in a sweet fall treat and order their apple crisp for dessert.
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
With a blend of Keel Vodka, red wine, and Remy Martin 1738, a dash of apple cider, and a sprinkle of cinnamon, Davio’s fall Sangria is a refreshing fall recipe for the season.