Autumn is on the way, but fall menus have already dropped in Pensacola

Though the fall months don’t always provide warm, cozy sweater weather in Pensacola, some of Pensacola’s best chefs have set out to bring a taste of the autumn season to the city through their seasonal plates.

The chefs have worked to put their own twist on the flavors that, for them, define the harvest season.

Here are five Pensacola dinner spots with fun, fall specials that are sure to make you feel like autumn is in full swing. All plates are here to stay until the weather warms up again.

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Fall menu start date: Available now

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Must-try special: Broiled elk tenderloin made with a savory spice rub, Dijon-cognac demi, pan-roasted sweet potato and brown beech mushrooms.

Honorable Mention: Harvest burger made with a sweet potato, quinoa and mushroom burger topped with garlic mayo, avocado and tomato chutney on a toasted bun.

New to the fall menu at Agapi Bistro +Garden is the Broiled Elk Tenderloin.

Word from the chef: Gus Silivos

When writing up this year’s fall menu, Silivos said the turn of the season is an opportunity for the kitchen staff to lean into their creativity and bring something different to the table. Silivos said his team brainstormed what kinds of foods people expect to see during the colder months, and then worked to transform them into something new.

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