Favorite Fall Foods in Spokane

Fall is full of amazing colors, cooler temperatures, and my favorite: fabulous foods and delectable drinks! I love pumpkin everything of course, but fall foods are so much more than that here. Experience the change of season with some of my favorite fall foods in Spokane! Check out these amazing Spokane restaurants.

Breauxdoo Bakery
Pictured: Aubrey Spice Cake
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Breauxdoo Bakery

Breauxdoo Bakery, located in Spokane Valley, offers late-night delivery (or store pick-up) of the tastiest cookies and slices of cakes you can imagine. This September, Breauxdoo Bakery will be introducing a new pumpkin cookie and a cake pop. Plus the fan-favorite the Aubrey Spice Cake will be back! This spice cake packs a flavor punch full of spices, espresso buttercream, and rich caramel.

Made with Love Bakery
Pictured: Salted Caramel Snickerdoodles
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Made with Love Bakery

Made with Love Bakery crafts delicious desserts and pastries alongside warm cups of coffee and tea. Fall brings molasses cookies, pumpkin scones, salted caramel snickerdoodle sandwich cookies, pecan pie bars, pumpkin bars, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, pumpkin muffins, and chai spiced cupcakes. Indulging in one of Callie’s creations at Made with Love bakery is sure to add some fall love to your day.

Arbor Crest Winery - Fine Dining Spokane
Credit: Arbor Crest Wine Cellars

Arbor Crest Wine Cellars

Arbor Crest is a family-owned winery, located on the historic Cliff House Estate. The winery works with Chef Chad White to bring out a new fall menu in October.

After competing on Top Chef, in 2015 Chef Chad White returned to his native home here in Spokane where he has since opened several restaurants. Check out the Arbor Crest menu soon to see the new fall dishes they create this year.

Zona Blanca Ceviche Bar
Pictured: Gobenador Tacos
Credit: Zona Blanca

Zona Blanca

Zona Blanca, a Mexican ceviche bar, is another creation by Chef Chad White bringing various flavors to Spokane. This fall is a great time to order the Tamal De Calabaza, a butternut squash tamale with pumpkin seed. Zona Blanca will also be introducing winter stews and smoked duck in the coming months.

TT’s Old Iron Brewery and BBQ
Credit: TT’s Old Iron Brewery and BBQ

TT’s Old Iron Brewery and BBQ

TT’s Old Iron Brewery and BBQ has a slow-smoked turkey breast that is perfectly moist and juicy. The smoked turkey is truly considered the star of the show on their menu! Enjoy with a side of brown sugar caramelized yams topped with smoked sea salt paired with their in-house brewed beer the Lubricator, a rich and smooth dark lager with notes of toasty bread, caramel, and honey. TT’s makes a delish caramel apple fritter bread pudding with memories of caramel apples and Grandma’s warm apple pie.

Spokane WA breweries

Mountain Lakes Brewery

Mountain Lakes Brewery, a microbrewery in downtown Spokane, will again by offering their Vienna Lager for Oktoberfest. In the fall Mountain Lakes Brewery is known for its pastry stouts and heavy barrel-aged and smoked beers. And as they like to say “We believe beer is the BEST Fall drink... but we're perhaps a little biased.”

Boots Bakery in Downtown Spokane Washington

Boots Bakery & Lounge

Boots Bakery & Lounge, located in downtown Spokane, is a vegan and gluten-free bakery and an espresso and cocktail lounge. Well known for its pumpkin waffles with chai spice butter. Sit down in their eclectic location and enjoy your waffles with a hot coffee drink or a house-made switchel.

Old European Breakfast House

Old European Breakfast House

Old European Breakfast House is a favorite breakfast and brunch spot located in North Spokane. Old European makes amazing pumpkin french toast that pairs perfectly with an apple cider mimosa. During October, Old European serves an apple cider mimosa with a brown sugar rim from Harvest House in Green Bluff. You can even add this mimosa to a flight for a brunch with friends.

Tom Salad Restaurants Spokane

Wild Sage

Wild Sage, located in downtown Spokane, is open 7 nights a week for a twist on farm-to-table dinners. The menu changes seasonally taking advantage of locally grown produce. This fall an amazing dish Wild Sage will be serving is their Palouse Chickpea Cakes. Created with chickpeas grown just south of Spokane, green garbanzo batter, spiced tzatziki, and tomato caper relish.

Beck's Harvest House

“You haven’t lived until you have visited Green Bluff and tasted a Beck’s Harvest House World Famous Pumpkin Donut™!” Beck’s Harvest House fries up their famous pumpkin donuts all day during October for the Green Bluff Fall festival.

Sweet Frostings

Sweet Frostings Blissful Bakeshop is a sweet treat bakery featuring divine desserts & delicacies in four locations around Spokane. They bake brownies with salted caramel buttercream topped with a caramel drizzle. Snickerdoodle cookies are made with real Madagascar bourbon vanilla, cinnamon, and sugar. Or what about a Butterbeer cupcake? A butterscotch cake with brown sugar buttercream, and salted caramel drizzle!

The Grain Shed

The Grain Shed has a strong focus - connecting small local and regional farms to the end product user. They bake naturally fermented, wood-fired loaves of bread with fresh stone-milled flours using local and regionally grown grains. Break bread with friends this fall with one of their Turkey Red with Seeds loaves. This bread is baked with Turkey red, sifted star white, rehydrated red Russian malt, rehydrated purple Egyptian barley, sprouted sunflower seeds, sesame, flax, and poppy. They also brew their beers with these fresh local ingredients, perfect match!

Are you hungry yet? Spokane delivers robust options of flavorful foods and tasty drinks. Fall is no exception. I only have one question left. Which one you are going to try out first?

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Kileigh Knott

Kileigh Knott

Hi! I'm Kileigh, the mom behind The Road Knott Taken. We inspire everyday families to get out and adventure by offering quick and easy tips, travel ideas, packing lists, must-see destinations, and product recommendations. Check out our blog, The Road Knott Taken to join in the journey.