Fall food and drinks in Nashville, TN

Editor Skylar holds a hot coffee over a display of mini pumpkins.

Pumpkin spice and everything nice.

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The season is changing and so are menus across town. Get into the spirit with these fall-inspired sips + bites.

Morning brews

Headless Horseman | Barista Parlor | A mix of espresso, milk, brown sugar, and pumpkin to create a subtly-spiced fall sip.

Pumpkin spice latte + caramel toffee nut shaken espresso | White Bison | Stick with the classic fall flavor, or try something a little more adventurous.

Rosemary’s Baby | Sump Coffee | This fall delicacy is on the smaller side so the house-made syrup can be the main character — expect notes of juniper berry and clove, topped with steamed oat milk and a rosemary garnish.

Evening brews

Jackie | Fat Bottom Brewing | The brewery’s pumpkin-flavored ale is now available in The Nations taproom.

Oktoberfest | Monday Night Brewing | All the flavors of fall are packed full in this German-style Märzen.

Chronicles | Black Abbey Brewing | This malty and clean interpretation of a German Festbier is orange as autumn with a biscuit malt flavor on the forefront.

Sweet treats

Pumpkin cake roll | Jeni’s | Traditional pumpkin spice in ice cream form, but with a twist. You’re sure to enjoy the swirls of spiced sweet cheese and cake.

Pumpkin donut muffins | Dose | Dessert but make it breakfast — we really like the sound of this.

Pumpkin spice cookie | The Baked Bear | Your favorite fall sip in cookie sandwich form with swirled pumpkin spice vanilla ice cream squished between loads of white chocolate chips in two doughy cookies.

Cozy meals

Autumn bowl | Thistle Farms | Nothing says comfort food quite like this bowl of roasted brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, arugula, goat cheese, toasted pepitas, and dried cranberries topped with lemon thyme vinaigrette.

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