Pumpkin Spice Latte. Cup of Latte with Seasonal Autumn Spices, Cookies and Fall Decor. Traditional Coffee Drink for Autumn Holidays.

It is officially fall on Saturday, September 23rd and pumpkin lovers can finally rejoice. Pumpkin everything is BACK! That of course means the ever popular pumpkin spice latte. Pumpkin spice lattes are a sign that football, crisp air, Halloween and everything else fall is upon us. And for this reason, we wanted to find out where we can go in and around Boston to get the absolute best pumpkin spice latte. And where else would we go to get this information? Of course, we asked YOU, the listeners. And you are very passionate about where to get your delicious warm fall treat. But before we get to the list, let’s take a look at what exactly goes into a pumpkin spice latte.

Of course you have to start with milk. You can use whole, skim, almond, oat…whatever type of milk you’d like. You then need pumpkin flavor which, if you ask Starbucks, they’ll tell you they use pumpkin syrup which includes sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and pumpkin puree. Then, depending on the place, you’ll have brewed espresso and top it all off with whipped cream and some cinnamon. The ingredients vary depending on the place you go but for the most part, the lattes taste very similar.

So we asked you where your favorite place to go to get a pumpkin spice latte is. We were asking for places in and around Boston. You delivered. From Rhode Island, to Cambridge, to Wrentham and to Boston, you’re going to learn about some places that have some delicious lattes. Oh and by the way, you won’t have to drink them hot. Iced lattes are just as popular as hot ones.

So before you decide where to get your breakfast this weekend, check out this list. If we missed one, let us know.

  • Starbucks

    Okay, this is an obvious one. Starbucks is a clear favorite among our listeners. It was the place mentioned most often. Whether you like it hot or iced, you can always count on a delicious pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks. According to Kelly Marie: “They add an extra sweet pumpkin flavor to the drink, not to mention the cold foam is orange so it adds a nice touch, really reminds me of Fall.”

  • Honeydew

    Honeydew doesn’t get the respect it deserves. Honeydew was mentioned by at least a couple of our listeners. They also come in iced. Unfortunately there aren’t as many Honeydew locations as there are Starbucks or Dunkin’ so you may have to travel a bit.


  • Rosie's Cafe in Lowell

    I had never heard of this place but they were mentioned. They were voted “Best in Lowell.” They have a 4.5 rating out of 5 on Google. One rating said they make the best coffee in town.

    Peak Coffee Roasters

    Freshly roasted small batch coffee ...#local #coffee

  • Heav'nly Donuts

    There are several locations for Heav’nly Donuts in and around Boston. Their North Andover location seems to get the most love.

    50 Main St. North Andover, MA

    This Heav'nly Donuts North Andover location provides a superior menu, made with only the freshest ingredients. Whether you are looking for a quick sandwich or treat for lunch, or craving the classic handmade taste of a Heav'nly Donuts breakfast sandwich or donut, this is the stop for you.

  • New City Microcreamery

    Who would think an ice cream shop would be known for its lattes. They have been voted best ice cream in Massachusetts. They have several locations but our listener mentioned the Cambridge one. According to Gerardo “cause the staff makes it old school and they do not add any extra ingredients. Just something about it taste really good. The staff is really great as well. Very friendly.”

  • Crosby's in Wrentham

    Crosby’s motto is: “serving locally roasted coffee, baked goods and good vibes.” The owner Meg says she quit her 9-5 job to take a leap of faith to open Crosby’s. Thankfully, she did and it’s paying off.

    Home - Crosby's Coffeehouse

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  • Coffee break in Hyde Park, Milton & Quincy

    What makes Coffee Break different than everyone else? According to their site: “Each drink is made to order to the customer’s personal liking. We believe in good old fashioned drinks, we stir the sugar in our hot coffees; we melt the sugar in our iced coffees and mix them “bartender style” with a mixing cup.”

  • Presto Strange O Coffee Co in Warwick, RI

    According to Eliana Montalvo, they “have the best specialty drinks and Latte Love in Warwick.” Their site describes themselves as “delivering delicious drinks, breakfast and lunch to the Warwick area. Coffee, tea, espresso, matcha, lemonade, and more!

  • Dunkin'

    Many people love Dunkin’ but in all actuality, Dunkin’ was low on the poll here. My Chau says she loves Dunkin’ because “ it tastes sweeter and is more flavorful in my opinion.” 

  • Caffe Nero

    Caffe Nero has several locations. I love how you can drink in the store and they’ll put their coffee in a mug for you. They are an Italian-influenced coffeehouse company headquartered in London, England but have several locations in the U.S. According to its website, they offer “a more subtle approach to its … Or why not go all in and order Starbucks’ ultimate nod to autumn, the vegan pumpkin spiced latte.”


  • The Valley Bean in Uxbridge

    Jillian Snell says you also “have to try their witches potion flavored coffee.” They  have a 4.5 rating out of 5 on google.

    “Every year pumpkin takes the cake as the most popular fall flavor 🍁
    However, this year we have a new star ⭐️
    Try our Maple Coffee Cake while it’s still here❗️” 

    The Valley Bean in Uxbridge - Restaurant menu and reviews

    All info on The Valley Bean in Uxbridge - Call to book a table. View the menu, check prices, find on the map, see photos and ratings.

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