Our favorite fall treats in Greenville

From snacks to sips, Greenville has something to satisfy your fall sweet tooth.

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If you’re like us, you’re ready to live your best fall life as soon as the weather is below 80 degrees, so we put together a roundup of some fall treats to put you on the right pumpkin path.


Waffle Drop, 1320 Hampton Ave., Ste. 204 | This fall treat won’t officially hit the menu until Tuesday, Sept. 26, but the teaser photo of a pumpkin waffle with sliced green apples and ice cream has us drooling.

Clare’s Creamery, Multiple locations | Grab a scoop (or three) of pumpkin pie or pumpkin spice latte ice cream.

Hester General Store, 1735 Hester Store Rd., Easley | Try this: Apple caramel pie featuring NC farm-grown apples, sweet cream caramel, and a brown sugar cookie crumble.

The Crazy Mason Milkshake Bar, 942 S. Main St. | Crazy Mason has multiple fall-themed creations, but our go-to is the pumpkin spice shake with pumpkin ice cream + a frosted vanilla rim. Pro tip: It’s only available until Saturday, Sept. 30.


Barista Alley, 101 Trade St., Greer | Featuring several fall-themed drinks like a cookie butter chai + a cinnamon stick latte, we can’t help falling in love.

Cohesive Coffee, 301 Airport Rd., Ste. 1 | Try this: Apple Bottom Jeans with locally made sweet cream paired with housemade apple syrup. As Cohesive says, boots with the fur not included.

Royal Coffee Bar, 2551 N. Pleasantburg Dr. | Iced pumpkin macchiato? More like nice-d pumpkin macchiato.

Summer Moon, Multiple locations | We heard from reader Ashley J. who did some grueling research for us, and she said Summer Moon’s autumn moon iced latte is “the best pumpkin spice flavored iced latte” in town.

Tell us Greenville, what’s your favorite fall treat?

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