Birdie’s Pumpkin Spice Donut

If you haven’t been to Birdie’s yet, do yourself a favor and get over there immediately.  Their artisanal donuts are made fresh on the hour so you’ll never meet a stale donut at Birdie’s.  Their famous pumpkin spice donut is crafted with real pumpkin, topped with brown sugar and spice glaze, and topped off with spiced whipped cream pumpkin seeds and gold flakes.  Oh, and if you’re in the mood for something savory with your sweet, Birdie’s also makes free range fried chicken sandwiches that will melt your heart.

Brite Spot Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

Venture just up the street from South Park into hip Echo Park and you’ll find a favorite breakfast and lunch hangout called Brite Spot.  This low key restaurant happens to make the most delectable pumpkin whoopie pies for the Fall season using real pumpkin spices for the ‘sandwich’ and sweet vanilla cream frosting in between.  It’s the perfect way to treat yourself to something sweet and seasonal!

Pumpkin Macarons at Le Petit Paris

Experience Parisian sophistication at its finest when you visit Le Petit Paris’ gorgeous brasserie and lovely patio.  Pumpkin macarons are on the menu for the Autumn season, and they’re truly something else.  You can order an assortment from the boutique and take them home as well!

Pumpkin Pie Bread Pudding at Miro

Miro is known for its handmade pastas, charcuterie, and Basement Bar, and during Autumn patrons rave about their pumpkin pie bread pudding.  Made with bacon fat caramel, braised pears, pork skin, and topped with Belgian beer ice cream and cranberry chutney — this dessert is sinfully delicious and a must-try for local Angelenos!

Enjoy your pumpkin perusing, be merry!