'Tis The Season To Eat Pumpkin

'Tis The Season To Eat Pumpkin

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    Try a pint of Elysian Night Owl Pumpkin Ale, brewed with 150 pounds of pumpkin per batch, plus pumpkin pie spices like cloves and allspice.
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    Pumpkin biscuits just hit the menu. Eat them warm with honey butter, or add a la carte toppings like fried chicken and bacon.
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    Their ras el hanout spiced pumpkin soup with rose-scented yogurt and pomegranate seeds is perfect for chilly autumn nights.
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    There's no part of the pumpkin we don't love. Cookshop roasts fresh carrots, then tops them with herbed crème fraîche and pumpkin seeds.
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    They've got the best bottomless brunch in Williamsburg. Pair your mimosas with a slice (or two) of chocolate pumpkin bread.
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    Farroto gets the double-squash treatment with chunks of roasted kabocha and a topping of toasted pumpkin seeds.
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    This is the spot for comfort food in SoHo. Get the bread pudding for dessert, and chase it with a cold pour of Wolaver's Organic Pumpkin Ale.
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    The O.G. of craft beer bars, they have cult favorite Southern Tier's Pumpking on tap.
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    This Belgian neighborhood gem just released a brand new menu. We can't wait to try the pumpkin cheesecake with caramelized graham cracker and chai whipped cream.
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    Come here for unparalleled river views and new American plates like zucca (pasta) with pumpkin pesto, basil, delicata squash, ricotta, and brown butter.
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    Crostino at this farm-to-table spot is topped with roasted cheese pumpkin, spicy 'nduja butter, and oregano.
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    They specialize in open-faced sandwiches called tartines. Try the smashed avocado and asparagus version topped with a poached egg, pumpkin seeds, and parmesan.
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