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Where to Find Pumpkin-Flavored Dishes in Austin Right Now

So basic, so fall.

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Pumpkin season is still in full swing and will last for another few weeks. Just in case you’re not totally sick of pumpkin spice everything yet, Eater rounded up all the places you can squeeze in yet another version of the ubiquitous gourd.

— Melanie Haupt

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The East Side Italian restaurant will have pumpkin French toast available for its Halloween morning brunch, and is offering pumpkin cannolis.

Mary's Pop Shop

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This North Campus sweets shop has pumpkin liege waffle on its fall menu. It’s best enjoyed with a side of gelato.

Al Fico

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The newly opened osteria features a pumpkin-ricotta pie from pastry chef Kendall Melton, complete with a chocolate crust and pepita honeycomb.

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

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The featured shake from the burger chain is a pumpkin chipotle cheesecake concoction where spicy pumpkin butter dances with caramel sauce and sea salt. It’s available through November 8.

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MAX's Wine Dive Austin

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There are gourds aplenty to be had on the downtown fancy fried chicken joint’s fall menu, including acorn squash wedge salad, and braised lamb shank with pumpkin polenta and citrus-apple slaw.

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Odd Duck

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Enjoy a honey tart with chocolate, lime, and pumpkin after your pig-centric, locally sourced meal at Bryce Gilmore’s gorgeous restaurant.

Kerbey Lane Café

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The mothership of breakfast food recently rolled out its seasonal “Great Pumpkin” menu, which has less pumpkin on it than you’d expect. But the classics are here, including the exemplar of all pumpkin pancakes, plus pumpkin French toast (which you can order on its own or as part of the Pumpkin Paris Texas platter, which pairs the sweet carbohydrates with a portion of migas). Be on the lookout for the Harvest Grilled Cheese, which features a pumpkin-green chile pesto.

Let the pumpkin pie ice cream sandwich to tide you over between classes.

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The modernist South Lamar newcomer recently added a few vegetarian items to its menu, including chickpea fritters with pickled pumpkin and pecorino cheese.

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Dinner downtown now includes a kale salad with butternut squash yogurt, apples, and spiced pumpkin seeds. Get those pumpkin bases covered with the squash ravioli.

Torchy's Tacos

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There’s little time left to try Torchy’s taco of the month, the Scarecrow, which showcases a pepita-breaded chicken tender topped with escabeche, roasted poblano peppers, queso fresco, and chipotle ranch. There’s only two more days to partake in the taco.

Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

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Every year the Great Pumpkin makes its appearance in this beloved bakery, in the form of a pumpkin-chocolate chip cupcake topped with a generous portion of spiced cream cheese frosting.

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The East Side Italian restaurant will have pumpkin French toast available for its Halloween morning brunch, and is offering pumpkin cannolis.

Mary's Pop Shop

This North Campus sweets shop has pumpkin liege waffle on its fall menu. It’s best enjoyed with a side of gelato.

Al Fico

The newly opened osteria features a pumpkin-ricotta pie from pastry chef Kendall Melton, complete with a chocolate crust and pepita honeycomb.

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

Hopdoddy/Official

The featured shake from the burger chain is a pumpkin chipotle cheesecake concoction where spicy pumpkin butter dances with caramel sauce and sea salt. It’s available through November 8.

Hopdoddy/Official

MAX's Wine Dive Austin

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There are gourds aplenty to be had on the downtown fancy fried chicken joint’s fall menu, including acorn squash wedge salad, and braised lamb shank with pumpkin polenta and citrus-apple slaw.

Max's Wine Dive/Official

Odd Duck

Enjoy a honey tart with chocolate, lime, and pumpkin after your pig-centric, locally sourced meal at Bryce Gilmore’s gorgeous restaurant.

Kerbey Lane Café

The mothership of breakfast food recently rolled out its seasonal “Great Pumpkin” menu, which has less pumpkin on it than you’d expect. But the classics are here, including the exemplar of all pumpkin pancakes, plus pumpkin French toast (which you can order on its own or as part of the Pumpkin Paris Texas platter, which pairs the sweet carbohydrates with a portion of migas). Be on the lookout for the Harvest Grilled Cheese, which features a pumpkin-green chile pesto.

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Let the pumpkin pie ice cream sandwich to tide you over between classes.

VOX Table

Robert J. Lerma/EATX

The modernist South Lamar newcomer recently added a few vegetarian items to its menu, including chickpea fritters with pickled pumpkin and pecorino cheese.

Robert J. Lerma/EATX

Parkside

Dinner downtown now includes a kale salad with butternut squash yogurt, apples, and spiced pumpkin seeds. Get those pumpkin bases covered with the squash ravioli.

Torchy's Tacos

There’s little time left to try Torchy’s taco of the month, the Scarecrow, which showcases a pepita-breaded chicken tender topped with escabeche, roasted poblano peppers, queso fresco, and chipotle ranch. There’s only two more days to partake in the taco.

Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

Every year the Great Pumpkin makes its appearance in this beloved bakery, in the form of a pumpkin-chocolate chip cupcake topped with a generous portion of spiced cream cheese frosting.

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