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10 Crazy Pumpkin Foods in NYC for National Pumpkin Day and Beyond

From pumpkin wontons and brownies to a mountain of doughnut and pumpkin ice cream, there's plenty to choose from in New York

Prepare your palate (and your pancreas). These pumpkin-hearted desserts are available in New York for the Halloween season (and National Pumpkin Day on Oct. 26!).

Pumpkin pie mountain

This wild, unnamed dessert from Tipsy Scoop in Kips Bay is a DOUGH Café Latte Donut topped with pumpkin pie ice cream infused with spice rum, candy pumpkins, whipped cream and more.

Pumpkin pie cheesecake shake

Junior’s Cheesecake has unleashed a milkshake overflowing with pumpkin cheesecake, graham crackers and cinnamon ice cream and pumpkin mousse.

Pumpkin pie spandauer

This Danish pastry at Meyers Bageri in Williamsburg has a flaky, crisp and fluffy dough and a soft, pumpkiny center.

Japanese pumpkin softserve

Soft Swerve on the Lower East Side has introduced a new flavor for the season: Japanese pumpkin. It’s available until Nov. 2 and can be swirled with one of their most popular flavors, ube.

Pumpkin spice latte cookie

Cookie joint Chip NYC in Astoria has brought back the pumpkin spice latte cookie. They’ve also got butterscotch toffee on hand if you want to sweeten up your pumpkin cookie even more.

Halloween crazy shake

The “Halloween Crazy Shake” at Black Tap NYC in Manhattan is a topsy-turvy ode to Halloween. It’s a pumpkin shake topped with a splatter of candy corn, whipped cream, a slice of pumpkin pie, a chocolate lollipop and more. It’s only available Halloween day, according to Gothamist.

Maple bacon pumpkin wontons

Visitors to Flatiron Hall Restaurant in the Flatiron District can pare an Imperial Pumpkin Ale with Maple Bacon Pumpkin Wontons.

Pumpkin brownies

Fat Witch Bakery at the Chelsea Market has pumpkin caramel brownies, along with quite a few Halloween-themed treats, including homemade candy corns and gummy teeth.

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Pumpkin keg with pumpkin beer

Loreley Restaurant and Biergarten on the Lower East Side is serving up $40 pumpkin kegs filled with pumpkin beer through Halloween.

Also check out: Alice’s Tea Cup in Manhattan reportedly has pumpkin scones and Café Palermo in Little Italy is said to have pumpkin cannolis.

And don’t miss the New Jersey pizzeria serving up pumpkin spice pizza pies.

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