5 Places to Get Your Pumpkin Fix This Fall on Long Island—No Lattes Necessary

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Lattes shouldn’t get to have all the fun; pumpkin spice flavors taste amazing in everything from beer to pasta. Here are 5 places to get your non-latte-based pumpkin spice fix on Long Island this fall.

Pumpkin Spice Candle from Long Island Candle Factory

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Nothing makes a house feel quite like fall than the smell of pumpkin spice. But put away your pie plate because lucky for us, we have a place on Long Island that can make that in candle form. Fill your home with the sweet scent of ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon to get you in the October mood.

Pumpkin Ravioli from Bambino Ravioli

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Fresh, hand peeled cheese ravioli!

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If you’ve never tried pumpkin ravioli before, you may be a little confused. Pumpkin in pasta form? But trust us, this is a delectable combination, especially when paired with a smoky, creamy tomato sauce. It’s a true heart-warmer.

Pumpkin Walnut Pancakes from Maureen’s Kitchen

When waking up in October, wrapped in flannel sheets, the only thing that will give you the motivation to leave your cozy haven is these pancakes. But if we are being honest, most anything from Maureen’s will get up out of bed.

Pumpkin Pie from Briermere Farms

If you are a Long Islander and don’t know about Briermere Farms, where have you been? Any pie that comes out of this place is amazing. Seriously, we don’t know what they are doing over there, but we are not complaining. Pick up one of their pumpkin pies, and you’ll be looking forward to Thanksgiving already.

Pumpkin Beers

On Long Island, we are blessed with tons of breweries, and therefore, tons of seasonal brews. We have a whole round-up right here. Cheers to fall on Long Island!

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