Tuscany is offering $10 Halloween cocktails every day this October and we can’t get enough. There’s the Dark and Stormy, The Devils Margarita, and an Apple Cider Moscow Mule, and all are wholly in the spirit of Halloween.
Use the promo code ” PUMPKINDAY” on National Pumpkin Day and you’ll receive a free pumpkin-flavored bao, a light and fluffy confection filled with pureed pumpkin, coconut milk, ginger, pumpkin pie spice, and vanilla, with any purchase.
The Gwen and Veuve present Yelloween, which features a series of spirited cocktails, like the Blood Orange Margarita and the Smoked Burnt Negroni, with which you’ll receive a Royce chocolate with every order. Special cuisines include the Ghost Pepper Roulette, Black Pudding, and Bone Marrow and Seared Foie Gras. The day before Halloween, you can enjoy a free tasting of Royce chocolate from 4 – 6 pm.
Get ready for spooky Villains on Ice cocktails from Arbella. The Smokey the Bear cocktail takes on a Halloween twist by including an oversized ice cube imprinted with the image of iconic villains like Freddy Krueger, Jason, or Chucky the doll.
Easy Bar is hosting their fourth annual New Belgium Pumpkin Carving Contest. They’ll provide the pumpkins and carving knives, you just provide the creativity. Pumpkins are first come, first serve, so get there early!
Enjoy a half-price-off-everything Happy Hour on Halloween, including a Spooky Shot Special, the $5 Blood Clot shot, which is made with Fireball and Rumchata and topped with a grenadine float. There will also be $5 – $6 food and drink specials for your enjoyment.
Remedy is blessing us with half-off Happy Hour, including an $8 El Diablo cocktail, which mixes silver tequila, Creme de Cassis, lime juice, and ginger beer. Plus, you’ll be able to make your very own Halloween mask at their DIY station!
With a B.A. in English and Communications from Trinity International University, Kali knew she would take the path of a zealous editor the moment she stepped out into the working world. A passion for words takes up the forefront of her mind, but you can also find Kali happily daydreaming about traveling abroad in the summertime. Big sunglasses, even bigger books, perennial plants, and obscure art are among the few items you might find in Kali’s room, and she’s always eager to have a discussion about social issues. You can often find her madly typing her latest book into existence, currently Sinister Chicago.