5 Things We're Excited to Eat This October

Pumpkin spice pizza, garlic bread filled with cheese curds and a restaurant with seven kinds of eggs Benedict are all on the list.

One of Brekkie Cafe's seasonal eggs Benedict offerings from this summer (above) with French toast (below).

Photograph by Alana Willerton


Now that it's officially fall, it's time to embrace seasonal flavours and indulge in dishes that will warm you up from the inside out. And if you're not quite ready to let go of your favourite summer treats like ice cream, there are still inventive ways you can enjoy them in the cooler months. Here are five tasty snacks you should try this month.


Eggs Benedict from Brekkie Cafe


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Most brunch spots serve an eggs Benedict dish, but restaurants like Brekkie Cafe are taking things to the next level by offering seven different kinds of the popular dish. Choose between eggs Benedict topped with ham, wild mushroom, Moroccan chicken, crab and asparagus, grilled chorizo and ghost pepper coulis, wine braised lamb or maple chili braised short rib.

125 20 Westpark Link S.W., 403-452-9005, brekkie.ca


Garlic Bread from Bridgette Bar


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Garlic bread is pretty great on its own, but Bridgette Bar's decision to fill it with cheese curds is one we can definitely get behind. Order it as one of your starters the next time you pop by Bridgette Bar for lunch or dinner.

739 10 Ave. S.W., bridgettebar.com


A Hot Ice Cream Sandwich from Sweet Tooth Rolled Ice Cream


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Think it's too cold for ice cream? Sweet Tooth Rolled Ice Cream's hot ice cream sandwich should do just the trick. The local eatery takes a scoop of cold ice cream and envelopes it inside a hot pineapple bun. The result is delicious pocket of doughy, creamy goodness.

105 17 Ave. S.E., 403-452-8152 and 206 Centre St. S.E., 403-832-0128, sticyyc.com


Steamed Pork Soup Dumplings from Great Taste Chinese Restaurant


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Dim sum at Great Taste just wouldn't be complete without a basket of the steamed pork soup dumplings. Each order comes with six pieces that are just the right size to pop in your mouth. Let them cool a minute before digging in though — the soup inside the dumplings can get pretty hot.

123 2 Ave. S.E., 403-265-9880 and 594 64 Ave. N.E., greattastecalgary.com


Pumpkin Spice Pizza from Windsor Pizza Co.


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You've heard of pumpkin spice drinks and pastries, and now, you can also try a pumpkin spice pizza. To create it, Windsor Pizza Co. tops its pizza dough with pumpkin puree, cream cheese icing, mozzarella and some icing sugar. It's a savoury-sweet creation that's perfect for fall. You have until October 31 to order one.

6, 10822 50 St. S.E., 587-471-5800, windsorpizzaco.com

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