Collin County Cafes with Fall Drinks & Treats

It’s that time of year: time to pick your team and represent! No, I’m not talking about football; I’m talking about fall treats. Are you team pumpkin spice or apple cinnamon everything? Either way, there is something delicious at these Collin County cafes to get you excited about autumn.

Cafes with Fall Drinks and Treats

First Watch, Multiple locations

Enjoy pumpkin spice donuts with a latte or cold-brew coffee. 

Detour Doughnuts and Coffee, Frisco

Detour Doughnuts is offering up tons of Halloween- themed donuts and fall-inspired treats, like pumpkin cream cheese, apple cider, and s’more donuts.

Cafes with Fall Drinks and Treats

The Aussie Grind, Frisco 

Is it even fall if you haven’t had a pumpkin spice latte (PSL)? The Aussie Grind has got you covered and how cute is this roasted marshmallow?

Frogg Coffee Bar & Creperie, Allen

For the tea lovers, Frogg Coffee Bar has a pumpkin spice tea latte in addition to their traditional pumpkin spice lattes. Enjoy a cup with one of their delicious crepes.

Mud Leaf Coffee, Plano 

If pumpkin spice isn’t your fave, then the maple brown sugar latte may be your jam. Head to Mud Leaf for a little taste of fall in a cup.

Cafes with Fall Drinks and Treats
Photo Credit: Mud Leaf

Biscuit, Frisco  

The pumpkin pancakes at Biscuit in Frisco will give you ALL the fall feels at brunch. They’re light and fluffy with a yummy pumpkin flavor.

Cow Tipping Creamery

Cow Tipping Creamery, Multiple locations (Frisco)

Get your seasonal apple pie in ice cream form! The Apple Picking Stacker is delicious. It’s loaded with caramel apple soft serve, apple pie cheesecake bites, rummy caramel sauce, molasses graham crumb, and sautéed apples.

The Nest Café, Frisco 

The pied pumpkin latte is Nest Cafe’s twist on the PSL. Grab one to go or sit and enjoy it with one of their breakfast or lunch items. 

Are we missing any from the list? Tell us in the comments!

Shanelle Fisher
Shanelle grew up in South Florida and is a proud Gator! In 2009, she relocated to Dallas with her college sweetheart and now husband. She resides in Collin County with her husband, elementary school age kids (son and daughter), and a yellow Lab. Shanelle is an attorney, and practices social security disability law. She enjoys cooking, trying new restaurants, and hosting brunches with her brunch club.