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Here are 10 Halloween and fall treats to eat in Vancouver

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If you want your spooky season with a side of something sweet, we have you covered. After all, who doesn’t love a good Halloween or fall focused treat? Chances are it’ll make your week, and once this one wraps up we’re all done with Halloween! So with that in mind here are 10 Halloween and fall treats to eat in Vancouver.

East Van Roasters

We’re big fans of this tiny shop that packs a flavor punch. And this Halloween they have their very own “witches brew” hot cocoa for you to try. Not to mention some pretty tasty looking chocolate-covered corn nuts. And that sounds better than candy corn if you ask us.

Where: 319 Carrall Street
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9 am-3 pm

BETA5 Chocolates

If you’re a fan of keeping your spooky treats on the simple side, you can check out BETA5’s delicious Halloween chocolates. And while these are meant to be spooky we have to say they’re pretty dang cute. So be sure to snag some while you can.

Where: 409 Industrial Avenue
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 11 am-5 pm

Coho Coffee

This coffee shop is offering a delicious fall-themed cookie that just so happens to have a spooky spider on it. So you can expect spiced pecan flavors paired with some tasty vanilla. And that sounds like the perfect thing to have with coffee.

Where: 1370 East Georgia Street
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 am-3:30 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-3:30 pm


This beautiful spot is offering up some delicious fall centric treats. And that means you can grab things like apple caramel galettes, apple pie, and apple cinnamon turnovers. Clearly very apple obsessed but we’re here for it.

Where: 3433 Commercial St
Hours: Daily 10 am-5 pm

Uva Wine & Cocktail Bar

If you want to skip the treats altogether and get straight to drinks then you can check out Uva’s Halloween cocktails. Or maybe that is your treat, either way, it’s a perfect way to start and/or end your Hallo-week.

Where: 900 Seymour St
Hours: Daily, 2:30-10 pm

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Thomas Haas

Here’s another great place to get your chocolate fix on. Thomas Haas has all sorts of spooky chocolates to help you end your spooky season on a sweet note. And you might want to snag a few for friends if you’re feeling generous.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 8 am-5:30 pm

Chez Christophe

And if you want to give the gift of spooky chocolate, then Chez Christophe is the place to check out. Because they have some pretty amazing little chocolate sculptures for you to choose from. And honestly, we’d have a hard time eating one of these beautifully spooky creations.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9 am-4 pm

Swiss Bakery

This spot has probably one of the larger Halloween treat selections we’ve seen. And that means you can find everything you could possibly want from spooky to cute. So if you want to go big we highly recommend checking out what Swiss Bakery has to offer.

Where: 143 East 3rd Ave
Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm

Temper Pastry

This European pastry spot has some delicious Halloween offerings. So you can snag all sorts of themed chocolates, lollipops, and a whole lot more. And if you want to give the gift of chocolate this Halloween, this is another spot to snag treats from.

Where: 2409 Marine Dr
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 7 am-4 pm

Rocky Mountain Chocolate

And finally, we’ll cap the list with a bigger spot. And that is rocky mountain chocolate! Chances are you’ve stopped in to satisfy your sweet tooth and we guarantee their Halloween treats will be equally delicious. So if you want some spooky chocolates, Rocky Mountain has you covered!

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Varies

Okay, folks that’s what we have when it comes to Halloween and fall treats to eat in Vancouver. So we hope that you get out there and treat yourself to at least a few items from this list. After all, Halloween is this weekend, so you might as well end your spooky season on a sweet note.