The basic in all of us comes out when the temperatures drop and leaves start turning. We’ve scouted the top ten places in OKC to unleash your affinity for fall!
The fall vibes are on point at Eote Coffee in the Central Exchange Building. Nestled in the basement, the roastery and coffee shop embody the essence of fall. With a European feel, exposed brick, leather seating, a cozy booth and two sheltered patios, this place beckons you to slow down and connect over a fresh roasted drip coffee, espresso or Pumpkin Spice Latte. Hygge is defined by the Danish as a quality of cozy comfort that gives an overall feeling of contentment. Now that we’ve defined it we can declare that Eote is the most hygge spot in OKC.
When you’re fully caffeinated, pop next door for a bite to eat at the Parlor. With two bars and seven culinary concepts, there’s something for everyone to get excited about. Warm, living room seating offers a place for friends to gather and the rooftop patio is perfect for those crisp fall days!
Stop by OK Collective Candle Co. and bring the scent of fall home. Cider ‘N Chill and Sweater Weather are two standouts from their holiday line. They make great gifts for friends or treat yourself!
Cargo Room can be found on wheels, but they’ve taken up residence in the container on 9th street. Here you’ll find on-trend seasonal attire available in limited quantities so you don’t have to worry about everyone else rocking the same look.
Woodsman Trading Co is the flannel headquarters of OKC. All your fall button ups, outerwear, hats, scarves, and gear needs can be met here. You can choose to wear these items on a hike around the park or simply on the hike from your car to the coffee shop. Either way, you’ll be warm and look cool for fall.
A step into Cuppies and Joe feels like a warm hug. The spirit of fall comes alive in this quaint bakery and coffee shop in Uptown. Sip on a fall inspired beverage and enjoy the bakers creations as their love for autumn comes a live in the bakery case. The sweetest storytimes for children take place on Saturday mornings.
There’s nothing quite as soothing as a hot bowl of Ramen on a those extra crisp fall days. Slurp your noodles and drink the broth until the last drop at Goro Ramen in the Plaza District. Order the house-made garlic chili bomb if you like it hot!
The Paseo is a great spot to take a walk and enjoy the changing leaves. Red Rooster invokes sentimental feelings with a modern take on traditional culinary offerings. They’ll put local and in-season produce to the best use. Plan a fall date night or outing with friends here! The Smoked Steelhead Trout Dip and Charcuterie Board with housemade sausage and accoutrements are a great place to start. Try their practically perfect Old Fashioned, Bee’s Knees, or explore their craft beer or wine menu.
Fall beckons you to indulge in the sweet and tempting treats that it brings. Holey Rollers offers a donut for every preference. Their Pumpkin Donuts and Apple Fritters pair perfectly with their PSL (made with real pumpkin) or Turmeric Latte.
You must head to Pumpkinville at the Myriad Gardens for the pumpkins, of course, but this place is insta perfect with pumpkins on pumpkins. Entry includes pumpkin themed activities and a ride on Mo’s Carousel. Make plans to attend Orange Monday on October 28 after Pumpkinvill has concluded. All pumpkins, mums, and foliage will be on sale for way cheap!