There are so many things that make up the fall season - hot cocoa, cinnamon apples, pumpkin pie and trick-or-treating. Now, Dairy Queen is doing what it can to capitalize on the season by offering a Fall-themed treat menu.
McDonald's will be adding more espresso beverages to its menu, with the newest beverages that would rival Starbucks' menu.
Sonic, for a short time, will offer some new additions to its iced coffee line such as the Iced Coffee Twists that includes Caramel or Chocolate.
Red Lobster is bringing back its infamous all-you-can-eat shrimp known as the Endless Shrimp parade.
Nick Schauman, the owner and operator of Local Oyster in Mount Vernon, will soon open another restaurant in Remington, calling it "Second Line."
Chili's menu is getting a shakeup, with 40 percent of its menu getting cut.
Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte hasn't officially made it back on the menu, but you can find two new ready-to-drink items of the favorite fall flavor in stores throughout the U.S. - Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte and Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Flavored Ground Coffee.
It was just last year that Chick-fil-A introduced its Egg White Grill for the health conscious breakfast eaters. At the same time, at the majority of the chain's restaurants, the Spicy Chicken Biscuit Sandwich was silently removed from the menu.