This ones for my Pittsburgh girls! (or anyone traveling to Pittsburgh this fall, lol) I had such a fun time collaborating with one of my fellow blogger friends, Chic and Cheap Lifestyles. 🙂 Last week we worked on creating an itinerary for the perfect fall day in Pittsburgh. I’ve found myself before attempting to plan out the perfect way to spend a day off in fall. Pittsburgh has a lot of amazing seasonal food to enjoy and things to do. With these things in mind, we decided to share with you only the best Pittsburgh has to offer in fall. So without further or due lets take a look at what to do on the perfect fall day in Pittsburgh ft. Chic and Cheap Lifestyles!
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Where to start your day off: The Coffee Tree Roasters
If you’re a Pittsburgh local looking for a great seasonal cup of coffee, it is absolutely essential you pay Coffee Tree Roasters a visit! Here you’ll find they have their very own seasonal drink menu. Among the many options, is the bourbon caramel mocha. Yes, it tastes just as good as it sounds! Maybe even more, for that matter.. 😉 I promise this will be the perfect way to kick off the day, so make sure you start your perfect fall day in Pittsburgh here!
Next up, make a candle at: The Candle Lab
The Candle Lab is a divine place that you cannot skip this fall and winter as well! I don’t know about you but I love candles. You can catch me burning a new one just about every night and while I do love them year round, fall scented ones are my absolute favorite! When you visit the candle lab, you’ll walk around and take note of your favorite scents. You’ll then sit down and narrow in on about three scents to combine. I chose the hot cocoa, butterscotch and mulled cider scents. Candles range anywhere from $17-$25. Bonus; they have a beautiful fall foliage display at their storefront where you can take a cute photo with your new candle! 🙂
Pick a pumpkin and snack on apple cider donuts at: Soergel Orchards
I’m not sure anywhere else in Pittsburgh sells apple cider donuts, which is one of the many reasons why you need to visit Soergel Orchards. It’s about a 25 minute drive from the candle lab, but well worth it! Here you can sip on the famous Arsenal Cider, pick a pumpkin, buy some pretty fall flowers AND pick up a couple apple cider donuts from their market! It would be an amazing way to end the perfect fall day in Pittsburgh.
Well, this concludes my recommendations! To find more, so you can craft a fall day that’s uniquely perfect to you, visit my friend Jen’s blog! There she’ll be giving more recommendations, so go visit Chic and Cheap Lifestyles now! 🙂