A new season means new sips and sweets in Anaheim! Explore the enchanting eats from local bakeries and raise a glass to ring in Oktoberfest (lederhosen not required). All around Anaheim you’ll find delightful dishes to celebrate fall.

House of Chimney Cakes

Sweetness swirls this season when you visit House of Chimney Cakes, home to the traditional Hungarian chimney cake cones that feature a crispy outside and fluffy, doughy inside. Anaheim turns into Halloween Town with the 'Jack is Back' chimney cake, a black and white soft-serve swirl inside a cookie-crusted chimney cake that is then topped with a mini Jack Skellington and pumpkin cookies. You autumn know that they have also added a cookie butter cake option to their seasonal menu, 'Cookielicious Dreams.' This specialty chimney cake features a Biscoff cookie-crusted chimney cake filled with cookie butter caramel sauce, vanilla soft serve, more Biscoff cookies, and cookie dough cheesecake bites.

Image of a dessert being held. The dessert is a Chimney Cake that is coated in chocolate cookie crumbles and topped with a black and white soft-serve. The toppings include Halloween sprinkles and decorations.
Jack is Back Chimney Cake at House of Chimney Cakes

Radiant Beer Co.

Recently named the 2021 Brewery of the Year (0-250 Barrel Category) and Brewer of the Year, Radiant Beer Co. has a lot to celebrate. Join the party and say “Prost!” to celebrate Oktoberfest with their slow pour pilsner and additional festive releases. It’s like trick-or-treating for the 21+ crowd when you keep it cool with a beer slushie in a jack-o-lantern glass or a “So Much More S’Mores” pastry stout in a spooky mug. You’ll be lifting your spirits and your steins at Radiant Beer Co. this season. 

Image of a jack-o-lantern cup filled with an orange beer slushie, placed next to a sparkling orange pumpkin.
Beer Slushies at Radiant Beer Co. 

Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe

Frighteningly fresh and delicious treats await you at Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe, including two new Halloween-themed menu items. The Orange Maritozzo, a round pastry with a jack-o-lantern face filled with sweet milk cream and candied orange peel is a spooky sweet treat that can't be missed. No trick, you’ve got to treat yourself to spooky-shaped croissants while supplies last. The seasonal menu also includes a red bean or cream cheese version of their new Cube series treats made with milk cream. Pair your pastry with a cup of coffee and enjoy the palm tree-lined Center Street Promenade.

Image of decorated baked goods. The baked goods are decorated for Halloween.
Spooktacular Baked Goods at Okayama Kobo Bakery & Cafe

OMG! Dessert Lounge

Carve out some time for pumpkin pie ice cream from OMG! Dessert Lounge. While temperatures are slightly cooler, you’ll get the scoop on the SoCal season with the sweet shop’s selection of specialty ice cream, boba, pastries, and macarons. 

Image of a double scoop of pumpkin spice ice cream placed in a white cup with a pink spoon.
Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream from OMG! Dessert Lounge

Le Parfait Paris

Say “Bonjour!” to fall at Le Parfait Paris, located within the Anaheim Packing House. Home to award-winning breakfast and dessert, the French pastry shop has sweet and savory options all made from scratch. This season you’ll be delighted by Pumpkin Spice Macarons. The meringue-based cookies melt in your mouth with sugar, pumpkin spice, and everything nice.

Image a sleeve of pumpkin spice flavored macarons with one pulled out and held towards to the camera for a closer look.
Pumpkin Spice Macaron from Le Parfait Paris