Fall is in the air — or maybe that’s the smell of pumpkin spice wafting from Stackt Market. A new pop-up cafe will be serving up free pumpkin spice drinks in Toronto this month and here’s what to know.

Starting on September 22nd, the shipping container market will be home to a pop-up called the Pumpkin Spice Café.

It’s only open for a short time and visitors will get to enjoy a free menu of pumpkin spice drinks.

Put on by Gay Lea, this pop-up is all about giving locals a chance to try the brand’s new Pumpkin Spice Whipped Topping.

Along with cozy fall-themed beverages, the cafe will have a pumpkin patch installation and adorable photo ops.

“The Pumpkin Spice Cafe by Gay Lea will bring all the fall feels to life from warm sips to a full pumpkin display,” the description says.

“It is the ultimate taste of fall in the middle of downtown Toronto.”

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So, if you’ve tried the fall menus at your local Starbucks and Tim Hortons and are craving something more, head to 28 Bathurst Street from September 22nd to October 1st.

The best part? You won’t need to spend any money to enjoy these delicious sips.

This is also a lovely time of year to stroll the market for some locally-made treasures.

Free pumpkin spice drinks in Toronto don’t come around often, so be sure to make a pit-stop at the market this month to get yours!

Pumpkin Spice Café

When: September 22nd to October 1st (closed September 25th)
Where: Stackt Market, 28 Bathurst Street