With Halloween almost upon us, you’ve probably been inundated with costume event after costume event. Sure, you already know where to party and where to go for a spooky haunted house, but you don’t know where to eat and drink… yet.
In about two seconds, you will. I’ve got a whole list ready for y’all. Avoid trick-or-treating madness and go do your thang at these spooktastic places.
The “Hoppy” Hour starts at 9 p.m. It includes “music, munchies, and happy hour pricing including $2 off draft beers and $5 Homemade Pizza Rolls, Killer TX Sausage Queso, and MA’s Homemade Meatballs.”
Blue Goose Cantina
All Blue Goose Cantina locations
Between 2:30 and 6:39 p.m., the witching hour begins. Celebrate with $3 food and drink specials. This includes queso, house margarita, and beer and well drinks.
6:30 p.m., $79 per person
It’s a masquerade, five-course dinner at Cafe Modern. Taste things like “zombie snacks” and “skeletons.” To RSVP, call 817-840-2157.
Cool River Cafe
Live music, costume contests, and prizes. Cool River’s “Ghoul River” event features $5 Ketel One drink specials, too.
Deep Ellum Brewing Co.
from 6 to 9 p.m.
Take this brewery tour with extra treats in store. Live music + food trucks = the best Deepo’ween, ever.
El Ranchito and both La Calle Doce locations
El Ranchito (610 W Jefferson Blvd)
La Calle Doce (415 W. 12th Street and 1925 Skillman)
4:30 to 10:00 p.m.
“Kids eat free when dressed in their Halloween costume…. Kids can choose anything from the children’s menu with the purchase of an adult entrée.”
RSVP to James Jordan, email@example.com, 214-272-3221
$35 per person
October 31, 2013, 7 p.m.
- 2010 Bodegas Naveran Brut Cava
- 2011 Talbott “Sleepy Hollow” Chardonnay
- 2010 The Ghost of 413
- 2010 Bogle Phantom
- 2010 Incognito Rouge