Autumn is here. While it may still be warm outside, the kids are heading back to school, football is starting up, and before you know it, it’ll be time to set the clocks back. This time of year is full of treats to keep you cozy as the temperature drops and the leaves change. Whether you’re planning to fill your weekends with yummy fall recipes or craving a cup of joe, it can all be found at the Town Center. Let our retailers help you get prepared for the new season and add some spice to your life.

Baltimore Coffee & Tea

Sure, coffee is an all-year-long obsession for most, but it sure does taste a bit sweeter when it’s cooler out. As the calendar changes, so can your taste buds. So why not order something new next time you go on caffeine run? Baltimore Coffee & Tea has a wide variety of roasts from all over the world. You’re guaranteed to find a new favorite blend the next time you visit. Our seasonal coffee suggestions are Pumpkin Spice (of course), Cinnamon Sticky Bun, and Caramel Apple!


Now that you’ve had your coffee, you’ll want to make sure your home has a cozy fall feel to it. From the decor to the fridge! Add accent pieces all around your living spaces to keep that warm feeling with you throughout the day. Who doesn’t love a great seasonal pillow and throw blanket? Or a pumpkin scented candle? A quick trip to Arhaus will allow you to transform your space in an afternoon without breaking the bank.

Whole Foods

Baking during the fall months has a different feel to it. There’s something about sweet smells spreading through a cozy kitchen that helps bring people together and make lasting memories. Whole Foods has all of the ingredients you need to make yourself an at-home autumn bakery. Think apple, cinnamon, pumpkin, caramel, and so much more. The options are endless when you’re in charge of the menu. Spend a weekend bonding with loved ones and discovering sweet options to return to throughout the season. 

The Town Center is just as excited as you are to welcome Fall. Pay our shops a visit as you prepare for the changing of the seasons and don’t forget to tag us on Facebook and Instagram.