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Where to Celebrate Halloween at Restaurants and Bars Around Atlanta

Costume parties, dinner and scary movies, a murder mystery soiree, and Halloween treats and cocktails

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Halloween on a Tuesday? Ugh. Despite this sad fact, Atlanta restaurants, breweries, and bars are still throwing costume parties, murder mystery dinners, and offering plenty of Halloween food and drink specials to keep All Hallow’s Eve festive. Here are some Halloween happenings to consider around Atlanta in October.

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The Works

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Head over to the Works in Underwood Hills for a number of Halloween events in October, including costumes contests, spooky cocktail hours, scary movie nights, and a big Halloween bash. Check the calendar of events for details.

The Interlock

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The Interlock complex will feature a few Halloween happenings in October, including a pub crawl at Holiday Bar and rooftop party at L.O.A. Check out the calendar of events for more information.

Postino West Midtown

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Both location of Postino’s are offering Halloween candy and wine pairing selections in October. Think Fiore Moscato D’Asti paired with Starbursts or chardonnay paired with caramel apple pops.

El Burro Pollo

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November 1 sees El Burro Pollo at the Collective at Coda food hall celebrate Dia de Los Muertos with food and drink specials, including tamales, pozole, mezcal, Mexican hot chocolate, and pan dulce.

The Wicked Pig @ The Blind Pig Parlour Bar

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The Buckhead bar and lounge transformed into the the Wicked Pig for Halloween, complete with spooky decor and themed cocktails and food. Reservations highly recommended.

King of Pops Bar @ Worldwide HQ

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The Colony Square, Ponce City Market, and headquarter locations of King of Pops are serving Halloween popsicle flavors in October, including Boooreo Cheesecake.

City Winery Atlanta

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City Winery plans to host several Halloween happenings, starting October 28, including the Blair and Davi Crimmins Halloween Spooktacular, Wussy Presents the Disney Villains Drag Brunch, Funk-O-Ween - P-Funk Connection featuring Sir Nose, and Two Girls One Ghost Podcast. Tickets are available here.

Skyline Park

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The rooftop at Ponce City Market transforms into a Halloween extravaganza on October 28, starting with trick or treating and games for the kids, followed by a prom night to die for with costumes, contests, and food and drinks for the 21+ crowd in the evening.

Atlanta’s oldest Japanese restaurant continues its Halloween tradition with the annual kids in costumes eat free week through October 31. All kids dining at Nakato in costume throughout the week of Halloween receive a free meal. Reservations highly encouraged. 

New Realm Brewing Co.

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The Eastside Beltline brewery is hosting a few Halloween events in October, including a macrame pumpkin-making class and Halloween night market and movie night, featuring the Disney cult classic “Hocus Pocus”. Check out the events calendar for more information.

A Nightmare on Highland @ Amore e Amore

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The Inman Park Italian restaurant is getting into the Halloween spirit throughout October, including both family friendly and adults-only parties on October 28 with food and drink specials, a prix fixe menu, and where costumes are encouraged. Reservations encouraged.

Petite Violette

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This French restaurant always hosts murder mystery dinners on Friday and Saturday nights, and October is no exception. The night begins with hors d’oeuvres, followed by dinner and a little theater. Audience participation is guaranteed, because everyone has a part to play in this mystery. $75 per person.

The Works

Head over to the Works in Underwood Hills for a number of Halloween events in October, including costumes contests, spooky cocktail hours, scary movie nights, and a big Halloween bash. Check the calendar of events for details.

The Interlock

The Interlock complex will feature a few Halloween happenings in October, including a pub crawl at Holiday Bar and rooftop party at L.O.A. Check out the calendar of events for more information.

Postino West Midtown

Both location of Postino’s are offering Halloween candy and wine pairing selections in October. Think Fiore Moscato D’Asti paired with Starbursts or chardonnay paired with caramel apple pops.

El Burro Pollo

November 1 sees El Burro Pollo at the Collective at Coda food hall celebrate Dia de Los Muertos with food and drink specials, including tamales, pozole, mezcal, Mexican hot chocolate, and pan dulce.

The Wicked Pig @ The Blind Pig Parlour Bar

The Buckhead bar and lounge transformed into the the Wicked Pig for Halloween, complete with spooky decor and themed cocktails and food. Reservations highly recommended.

King of Pops Bar @ Worldwide HQ

The Colony Square, Ponce City Market, and headquarter locations of King of Pops are serving Halloween popsicle flavors in October, including Boooreo Cheesecake.

City Winery Atlanta

City Winery plans to host several Halloween happenings, starting October 28, including the Blair and Davi Crimmins Halloween Spooktacular, Wussy Presents the Disney Villains Drag Brunch, Funk-O-Ween - P-Funk Connection featuring Sir Nose, and Two Girls One Ghost Podcast. Tickets are available here.

Skyline Park

The rooftop at Ponce City Market transforms into a Halloween extravaganza on October 28, starting with trick or treating and games for the kids, followed by a prom night to die for with costumes, contests, and food and drinks for the 21+ crowd in the evening.

Nakato

Atlanta’s oldest Japanese restaurant continues its Halloween tradition with the annual kids in costumes eat free week through October 31. All kids dining at Nakato in costume throughout the week of Halloween receive a free meal. Reservations highly encouraged. 

New Realm Brewing Co.

The Eastside Beltline brewery is hosting a few Halloween events in October, including a macrame pumpkin-making class and Halloween night market and movie night, featuring the Disney cult classic “Hocus Pocus”. Check out the events calendar for more information.

A Nightmare on Highland @ Amore e Amore

The Inman Park Italian restaurant is getting into the Halloween spirit throughout October, including both family friendly and adults-only parties on October 28 with food and drink specials, a prix fixe menu, and where costumes are encouraged. Reservations encouraged.

Petite Violette

This French restaurant always hosts murder mystery dinners on Friday and Saturday nights, and October is no exception. The night begins with hors d’oeuvres, followed by dinner and a little theater. Audience participation is guaranteed, because everyone has a part to play in this mystery. $75 per person.

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