Try out these fall food and drink offerings in Chattanooga

Fall is here in Chattanooga, and we’re ready to try all of the seasonal food and drinks.

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Taste the flavors of fall in this autumnal salad.

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Editor Kristen here. Fall is my favorite season of the year, especially spending it in Chattanooga. The cooler weather and the leaves changing merit plenty of excitement on my part, but the food and drinks that hit our local menus this season may be my favorite.

Here are some seasonal offerings to check out next time you stop by these local spots:

The Daily Ration's caramel pumpkin latte.

Cozy up with a warm beverage on Chattanooga’s cooler fall days.

Morning brews

Sleepyhead Coffee | Caramel apple butter latte | This is Editor Kristen’s favorite off of the fall menu, but if you’re looking to try something a little more adventurous, we recommend the orange ginger latte.

Be Caffeinated | Christmas Creep | This latte combines fall and winter flavors, with pumpkin + peppermint syrups.

Mad Priest Coffee Roasters | Mothman’s Holler | Try out this spiced milk chai latte flavored with apple + cinnamon bun.

Uncommon Coffee Bar | Pumpkin latte | If you’re looking for a classic fall flavor, sip on this latte from one of Chattanooga’s newest coffee bars.

Velo Coffee Roasters | Espresso Cider | Spice up your morning espresso with apple cider, cinnamon, and orange peel.

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Try out this seasonal brew before it’s gone.

Evening sips

Oddstory Brewing Co. | Apple of My Pie | This ale is made with whiskey, apple cider, cinnamon simple syrup, Wicked Crone Imperial Pumpkin Ale + pumpkin pie spice.

Chattanooga Brewing Co. | Blackberry Sage Sour | This fall favorite is brewed with pilsner + wheat malts and fresh blackberries and sage.

Calliope | Syceus | Try out this cocktail that’s bringing a little heat with arak, artemisia amaro, fig + jalapeno puree, and lime garnished with chili oil and a dried fig.

The Social at Public House | Appalachian Autumn | Noted as “fall in a glass,” this cocktail is made with Botanist gin, spiced pear, Amaro Nonino, Dolin blanc, and oak flavors.

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We’re here for a crispy croquette any day.

Cozy eats

The Rosecomb | Early Autumn Salad | This salad is made with braised beets, fried brussels, orange, toasted pepitas, turmeric tahini yogurt, and sumac powder.

Mac’s Kitchen and Bar | Potato croquettes | Enjoy these croquettes served over a sweet butternut puree + topped with jalapenos, mint yogurt, and herbs.

The Feed Table & Tavern | Oktoberfest Roast Beef Sammie | Come hungry to try out this sandwich made with slow-cooked Mountain Breeze Farms wagyu sirloin + topped with Swiss and beer cheese, onion, and tomato on a pretzel bun.

St. John’s Restaurant | Fried Brussel Salad | The beloved salad is back on the menu made with poached Maine lobster, smoked wagyu brisket, radishes, herbs, and black garlic topped with truffle aioli and pickled lemon vinaigrette.

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Go big or gourd home with these fall treats.

Sweet treats

Clumpies Ice Cream Co. | Fall-flavored ice cream | Choose from an array of fall flavors such as chai spiced donut, coffee cake, maple pecan pie, oatmeal apple butter, pumpkin cheesecake, and spiced cran-apple sorbet.

Milk and Honey | Pumpkin-shaped sugar cookies | Celebrate fall with these cookies that pair perfectly with a pumpkin spice latte.

The Hot Chocolatier | Blood orange skulls | These Halloween-themed treats are available at both locations, among other sweet treats.

Cupcake Kitchen | Fall-flavored cupcakes | Try this year’s fall flavors: pumpkin pie + snickerdoodle.

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