If you’re looking for a way to enjoy your love for all things pumpkin, Borgata’s fantastic dining options have created special food and beverage delights that celebrate your favorite autumnal flavor!
Borgata’s Metropolitan has a menu that will satisfy your pumpkin spice cravings. During the entire month of October, the all-day eatery is serving up a special menu that includes all things pumpkin, the Pumpkin Patch. During breakfast (7AM to 11:30AM), try the Pumpkin Pancakes, served with cream cheese icing and cinnamon butter, or, a classic Pumpkin Muffin. You can also enjoy the signature drink of fall, a Pumpkin Latte. Or, for the adventurous, there’s a Pumpkin Mimosa. For lunch and dinner (11:30AM to close), there’s a delectable Pumpkin Soup, which infuses the flavors of roast vegetables plus a special Autumn Salad, featuring, you guessed it, grilled pumpkin. For your sweet tooth, try a Mini Pumpkin Cheesecake or classic Pumpkin Pie. Or drink your dessert with a Pumpkin Martini, a fusion of vanilla vodka, pumpkin puree, creme, and crushed graham crackers.
Wolfgang Puck American Grille is also serving up a healthy helping of your favorite fall treat. Try the savory Pumpkin Ravioli, made fresh in-house, or Chef Puck’s famous Pumpkin Soup, a creamy way to warm up during the cooler months. You can satisfy your sweet tooth with a Drunken Pumpkin cocktail, created by the Grille’s skilled mixologists.
For a quick bite of pumpkin on the run, head over to Borgata Baking Company, where you can indulge in Pumpkin Cannoli, a Pumpkin Tart, or Pumpkin Spice Coffee, or stop into Bread and Butter for Homemade Pumpkin Bread (with a carmel apple). Of course, there’s the place where “Pumpkin Spice” was practically invented, Starbucks Coffee, where you can order up a signature Pumpkin Spice Latte, or a new Pumpkin Spice Chai, to wash down a Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffin.
If you’re looking to get a taste of these special autumnal treats, hurry, because at the stroke of midnight on November 1, many of these menu items will turn into a…well, you know!