Several local chains are putting fall-friendly foods on their menus, and I, for one, approve.
Some of the dishes are new. Others are old favorites that the hungry masses wait for every year.
I already told you about the glorious return of the pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks.
IHOP will return its fabulous pumpkin pancakes to the menu on Monday and serve them until Halloween. During that time, the breakfast chain also is offering all-you-can-eat buttermilk pancakes, and for children 12 and under, “Scary Face” pancakes made with whipped cream mouths, strawberry noses and Oreos and candy corn for decorating. On Oct. 28, children can get a free Scary Face pancakes, and parents even can sign up on ihop.com for a wake-up call on October 28 from Count Spatula reminding them about the free scary pancake day. Bwahahahahaaaaaaaaaaa.
Panera also has added several fall items to its menu, including a roasted turkey artichoke panini, a chocolate pecan babka pastry, a cherry vanilla bagel, steak chili with cornbread, pumpkin cookies and pumpkin spiced lattes.
Know of any others?