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The weather is finally (slowly but surely) starting to get cooler and the leaves are just beginning to change. If you’re craving autumnal foods we’ve got you covered. Here are seven places to get your fall food fix.
Trax Farms’ fresh-pressed cider is arguably one of the best around. Stop by for a cup or two and take some home to enjoy the whole season. Trax has a fall festival every weekend in October too with activities for the whole family. Trax has been farming for 150 years in the area. For more information on Trax Farms, click HERE.
2. Soergel Orchards’ Pumpkin Pie
Autumn isn’t complete without a slice (or a whole pie) of Soergel’s delicious pumpkin pie. For smaller families and couples, pies are available in half portions. The pumpkin pie is so fresh you can almost imagine the pumpkins were picked from their patch that very day. For more information on Soergel’s, click HERE.
3. Coca Café’s Hot Chocolate
Lawrenceville’s Coca Café’s hot chocolate is the perfect treat to warm up on a chilly day. If you want to spice up your plain cup of cocoa, Mexican hot chocolates are available. Pair it with one of Coca’s omelet’s (the local mushrooms and wilted spinach is delicious) for an amazing fall meal. For more information on Coca Café, click HERE.
4. Revival Chili’s Classic Beef Chili
There’s nothing like a hot bowl of chili on an cold fall afternoon. Revival Chili, a food truck in the ‘burgh, doesn’t disappoint. Their classic beef chili is made with seven different spices. Keep up on social media to see where the truck is for the week. For more information on Revival Chili, click HERE.
5. Eat N’ Park’s Chicken Noodle Soup
There’s nothing better than those thick noodles, perfecty salted broth and bits of chicken. Eat N’ Park’s chicken noodle soup is a classic for those days when you are sick, craving soup or just plain cold and need a pick-me-up. For more information on Eat N’ Park, click HERE.