Get Your Pumpkin Spice Fix in Durham Region’s Downtowns

Simple icon of two tall buildings. Downtowns of Durham

Ah, pumpkin spice season. Some love it and some love to hate it, but either way pumpkin spice season has become an autumn tradition. Here is a list of downtown Durham Region cafés and restaurants where you can indulge in your pumpkin spice passion. From pumpkin donuts, scones and even pumpkin tarts, we’ve built you a pumpkin spice bucket list to enjoy!

When venturing out, why not make a day of exploring, by visiting one of the many curated downtown adventures in the 11 Downtown Adventures for Any Occasion blog. Don’t forget to follow @DurhamTourism on social media and tag us in your downtown adventures.

The Shortis|s Cafe|Bar
375 Simcoe Street, Beaverton
Must try: Pumpkin pie cruffins (cross between a croissant and muffin)

The Toasted Walnut
50 King Street East, Bowmanville
Must try: Pumpkin cheesecake

The Goodberry
55 Baldwin Street, Brooklin
Must try: Pumpkin spice scones or pumpkin spice tea

109 King Avenue West, Newcastle
Must try: Pumpkin cream cold brew

71 Station Street, Unit 2, Ajax
Must try: Gluten free pumpkin Boston cream donuts or gluten free pumpkin cinnamon rolls

Oshawa House Café
62 King Street West, Oshawa
Must try: Pumpkin spice frappe

The Perfect Scoop
158 Water Street, Port Perry
Must try: Pumpkin spice cheesecake gelato

River Street Café
93 River Street, Sunderland
Must try: Pumpkin spiced latte 

Annina’s Bakeshop & Café
300 Durham Regional Highway 47, Goodwood
Must try: Pumpkin tarts

Brock St. Espresso
131 Brock Street South, Whitby
Must try: Vegan pumpkin choco chip loaf

Social Grounds
1 Cameron Street West, Cannington
Must try: Pumpkin spice muffin

Honourable mention:

774 Liverpool Road, Pickering
Must try: Veganos Tacos made with seed chorizo (includes pumpkin seeds) or their Sikil Pac Salad which has toasted pumpkin seeds