Five Unexpected Fall Things in Dubuque

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1. Betty Jane Candies

Betty Janes Candies is known for releasing highly anticipated specialty seasonal treats but fall offers the best one yet. Caramel Apples are the ultimate fall treat and Betty Jane Candies has the best of the best. These crisp and sweet apples are sourced from local orchards and hand dipped in their specialty, secret caramel sauce. Take a bite and see why this is the perfect fall treat.

2. Eagle Point Park

Fall is incomplete without a picnic in the brisk air. Eagle Point Park offers a picturesque fall setting with open air and closed pavilions that will suit any size group. Enjoy a picnic lunch from one of our local cafes or simply take a stroll and enjoy the Mississippi River and three state view.

3. Brazen Open Kitchen and Bar

Fall offers some of the most flavorful veggies and this farm to table restaurant uses it to their advantage. Brazen open kitchen uses the freshest seasonal ingredients that creates a dish full of flavor. Take their tasty food and pair it with their unique setting and it will be sure to wow any guest who visits.

4.  American Lady Yacht Cruise

This may just be the best way to enjoy fall in Dubuque. Take a ride on the Mighty Mississippi River on a scenic lunch cruise, happy hour or dinner cruise. No matter which way you look while aboard you will be sure to see the blazing reds, yellows and oranges in the trees that line some of our historic homes in the high bluffs of Dubuque.

5. Czipars Apple Orchard

Visit this family ran orchard where the apples are crisp, the cider is hot, and the aroma of the Apple Cider Donuts fills the air. This orchard is the perfect place to take a break and enjoy the orchards around you as you browse their displays full of fall treats that are perfect for gifts or to enjoy yourself.

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