Where to Celebrate National Pumpkin Day in Philadelphia

Where to Celebrate National Pumpkin Day in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia, PACelebrate National Pumpkin Day - Celebrate National Pumpkin Day on Saturday, October 26, with a treat more special than spiced coffee. Check out these restaurants and bars with the best pumpkin flavor foraging from around the city, from pumpkin stout cocktails to pumpkin Chantilly cream topped French toast. 

  • Art in the AgeOld City’s one-of-a-kind tasting room, home bar supply, and bottle shop, has added the Roast Pumpkin Martinez ($14) to their fall repertoire: A perfectly balanced combination of Barrel Aged Flora Gin, Chicory Root Vodka, pumpkin butter vermouth, toasted pumpkin seed saline, and bay leaf bitters. Head in for a taste, attend a hands-on cocktail workshop, get all the ingredients, then make it at home just like the pros. 116 N 3rd Street | 215.922.2600 | http://artintheage.com
  • Bluebird Distillingthe award-winning, grain-to-glass Phoenixville-based distillery, has crafted a cocktail best described as a rich, boozy, frothy, pumpkin pie in a glass. Available at The Bar by Bluebird Distilling at The Bourse, the belly-warming Pumpkin Smash ($11) combines Phoenixville Whiskey, allspice-infused White Rye Whiskey, demerara syrup, lemon, egg whites, and Libby’s pumpkin pie mix. 111 S Independence Mall East | 215.625.0300 | https://theboursephilly.com
  • Fond, the contemporary American restaurant and bar on East Passyunk, is flaunting their newest fourth-course temptation, the Pumpkin Pot de Crème. For $11, this dessert features a spice-roasted butternut squash custard layered with an oat crumble and topped with a generous dollop of caramelized white chocolate cream. 1537 South 11th Street | 215.551.500 | https://www.fondphilly.com
  • The Twisted Tailthe Southern-inspired juke joint, restaurant, and bar in Headhouse Square, is allowing guests to take their family brunch up a notch. On October 27, from 10 am to 4 pm, guests are invited to join in a free Pumpkin Carving and Face Painting Brunch. Reservations are highly encouraged. 509 S. 2nd St | 215.558.2471 | http://thetwistedtail.com
  • Forsythia, the new contemporary French restaurant in Old City from renowned Chef Christopher Kearse, is offering a fall update to the Wood Oven Roasted Chicken. Now paired with smoked chanterelle mushrooms and pickled pumpkin, this gorgeous dish is $28 and is the perfect way to end a beautiful fall day. 233 Chestnut St | 215.644.9395 | https://www.forsythiaphilly.com
  • Red Owl Tavern, the rustic American tavern on Independence Mall, is offering the ultimate Fall brunch with its Sweet Potato French Toast ($16). Topped with a perfect pumpkin Chantilly cream, molasses Anglaise, and sweet potato chips, this decadent breakfast is the epitome of comfort food. 433 Chestnut Street | 215.923.2267 | https://redowltavern.com/
  • The Royal Boucherie, the lively American brasserie from award-winning Chef Nicholas Elmi, is offering guests a delicious bowl of Kabocha and Butternut Squash Soup topped with a sweet and spicy pumpkin seed brittle and pimento oil. For $11, guests can enjoy this flavorful vegan dish for lunch and dinner throughout the fall. 52 South 2nd St | 267.606.6313 | https://www.royalboucherie.com
  • SQUARE 1682 Kimpton, the modern American restaurant located in the heart of Rittenhouse, is offering guests a hearty bowl of Roasted Pumpkin Ravioli ($13/24) with browned butter, toasted pecans, and pecorino. Available in a half or full portion, this fall favorite is perfect for enjoying alone or for sharing. 121 South 17th Street | 215.563.5008 | https://square1682.com 
  • HAUNT Philadelphiathe highly anticipated Halloween pop-up bar by the Townsend Wentz Restaurant Group, located on the second floor of The Pearl Tavern in Midtown Village, is offering tricks and treats throughout October. A charm sure to enchant, the Kiss of Death ($13), leaves one spellbound by the mix of Jim Beam, pumpkin stout reduction, and bitters. 1123 Walnut Street, second floor

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