Pumpkin is the spice of life! Here’s where to get it

Whether or not you think pumpkin spice is basic, it’s all the rage. Here’s a few places where you can get your pumpkin spice fix, NOLA style.

by Mary Staes
October 23, 2018

Fall is finally here! Pumpkin Spice up my life!


Whether or not you think pumpkin spice is basic, it’s all the rage. Here’s a few places where you can get your pumpkin spice fix, NOLA style.

This local favorite is serving up pumpkin chocolates, with pumpkin spice puree on the inside. They’re available at ALL THREE of the confectioners’ stores.

Getting there
3025 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Mon-Thu 10am–8pm
Fri-Sat 10am–10pm
Sun 10am–8pm
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Sno-la’s Pumpkin Spice snoball

Photo courtesy Sno-la Snoballs

We all know fall in New Orleans is a finicky thing. It might be cold in the morning but hot in the afternoon. Sno-la always changes things up for its seasonal flavors, and this pumpkin spice flavored one is no exception. The Uptown location even offers seating inside so you don’t have to freeze with your snoball outside. And if you love having this spice 24/7, 365 — they have ALL THE DAYS.

Sno-La Snowballs
Getting there
8108 Hampson St, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA
Mon-Sun 1–8pm
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Community Coffee’s spiced pumpkin pecan pie flavor
Love pumpkin spice so much that you want to wake up it? Problem solved. This flavor is described as “sweet and lightly spiced.” It’s available in K-cups too.

District Donuts’ pumpkin spice latte donut
Imagine it. PSL glaze, pumpkin drizzle, chicory sugar, white chocolate shavings. District changes their menu everyday, and this beauty has been popping up about once a week so its best to call the store first before heading out to try this one.


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PSL Donut on the menu today – Pumpkin Spice Latte Glaze, Pumpkin Drizzle, Chicory Sugar, White Chocolate Shavings

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Getting there
2209 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Mon-Sun 7am–9pm
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Gracious Bakery
This cafe and bakery is the perfect place to grab lunch and get your pumpkin spice fix. They sell pumpkin flavored old-fashion doughnuts that look and taste delicious.

Gracious Bakery + Cafe
Getting there
1000 S Norman C Francis Parkway #100, New Orleans, LA 70125, USA
Mon 7am–2pm
Tue-Fri 7am–3pm
Sat-Sun 8am–2pm
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Mary Staes is Digital Content Lead for Very Local. She works with our freelancers and crafts content for our social media platforms and website. Before Very Local, she worked with CBS affiliate WWL-TV as a web producer and weekend assignment editor for about 4 years. She has also handled broadcast coverage for 160 Marine Reserve training facilities while she served as an active duty Marine. As a native New Orleanian, she takes being "very local" to heart. She loves being intertwined with the culture and figuring out how there are less than two degrees of separation between us all, whether...

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