On October 31, Chef Justin Brunson and Josh Schwab are teaming up to bring you a spooky gourmet donut breakfast at Old Major. The event will start at 9:30am and feature classic donuts from Glazed & Confuzed as well as new ones. Chef Brunson will be experimenting with a fusion of pork and donuts to create a sweet and savory dish. Old Major will also be serving its regular brunch menu from 9:30am to 2:30am.
On Saturday, Oct. 31 Baur’s is serving brunch from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. All kids will receive a free pumpkin to carve at brunch. The pumpkins will be entered into a Jack-o-lantern contest for a chance to win $100 Baur’s gift certificate, prizes, candy and more. Kids 10 and under eat free with the purchase of an adult meal. Adults can look forward to Halloween drink specials created by Brittany Wangsness who was just named to the Zagat 30 Under 30 list, including the Meaty Maria, a unique twist on a Bloody Mary topped with charcuterie from Baur’s Chef’s Counter for $8. Also on Saturday, Oct. 31, guests are invited to put on their best “dead sexy” costume and join Baur’s for a night of music and Halloween tricks and treats including: Dance to DJ Son of Dog from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., enjoy a Halloween buffet with house made charcuterie and spooky snacks, try signature Halloween cocktails including the La Calavera Catrina, a classic clear English milk punch-style drink, whose name loosely translates to ‘elegant skeleton’ and The Zombie featuring Orange Oleosaccrum infused Plantation 5-year rum, Bacardi Limon Rum, Plantation Pineapple Rum, Velvet Falernum, house made Grenadine, grapefruit juice and lime juice, and enter the costume contest for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate from Baur’s and other prizes.
Celebrate Halloween with La Biblioteca’s Graveyard Party . A ticket is $42 and will give each guest a night of dancing with a live DJ and bottomless Coors Light, New Belgium pump kick, house red & white wine, house margaritas, blood orange mimosas, chicken empanadas, chips & salsa, angry zengo sushi rolls, veggie potstickers and edamame. To purchase a ticket click here.
This Halloween “Scare Us on the Terrace” at Tamayo. On Saturday, October 31 from 9:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. A $52.80 ticket will get you bottomless Coors Light and Tecate beer, house red and white wine, house margaritas, blood orange mimosas, a tasty taco bar, chips and salsa, assorted quesadillas, a DJ, lots of dancing and a costume contest with an Arta Tequila helicopter ride for the grand prize winner. Please purchase tickets here. Featured Spooky Cocktails can be had for additional fees from October 30 – November 1; they include: Mezcal Morgue-A-Rita: Mezcal, Citonrge liqueur, muddled orange and lime juice topped with a creepy crawler; Day of the Dead Flor de Muertos Margarita: house infused Serrano tequila, mango puree and fresh sour mix; Halloween Blood Orange Margarita: house blanco tequila, blood orange puree and fresh sour mix.
No Tricks. Just Treat Yourself at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse. Enjoy a pre-fix menu for $39.99 a person. This includes a starter, entrée and dessert. For the starter guests can choose from a choice of a Del’s Salad or the Smoked Chicken & Andouille Sausage Gumbo; the entrée choices include a Filet Duo, Filet Mignon, Bay of Fundy Salmon or Pan-Roasted Chicken. All entrées are served with Chateau Potatoes and Thin Green Beans. Reservations are recommended (303) 796-0100.
On Saturday, October 31, head to Punch Bowl Social dressed as your favorite dead celebrity. Celebrate the night with a DJ, dancing and specials starting at 9 pm and a costume contest at 11 pm. Prizes for Best PBS Themed Costume (dead celebs), Best Costume Overall, Best Female Costume and Best Couple/Group Costume. Capture the craziness of the holiday with the on-site complimentary photo booth. Plus, the beverage experts at Punch Bowl Social have created the perfect signature Halloween cocktail, the Apple Bottom Punch, with Crown Royal Regal Apple Whisky, Cherry Heering, cinnamon tea, simple syrup, lemon juice and a shot of Angostura Bitters.
Zengo will host a costume contest on Halloween – and the winner will win a helicopter ride in the ARTA Tequila Helicopter! Guests need to snap a picture while dining with Zengo on Halloween night and upload on instagram, include @zengorsr & #ZengoHalloween! For complete rules, visit: bit.ly/zengohalloween.
LoHi’s newest hotspot Postino WineCafé wants you to step away from the Pumpkin Spice Latte and instead don your favorite costume and enjoy a glass of wine on the house. All guests who stop in to Postino on All Hallow’s Eve in costume will receive a free wine by the glass. Got kids? No problem – kids in costume will also get a sweet candy treat.
At Blue Island Oyster Bar has put together the Bloody Fizz with gin, sugar, sparkling wine and blood orange juice. Got kids with you? Stop by during the Cherry Creek trick or treat from 12-4pm and they’ll ply your kids with candy while parents are treated to an oyster and Halloween Shot for parents.
Governor’s Park restaurant and wine bar MAX’s Wine Dive combines a fun, funky, rock ‘n roll atmosphere with a casual, eclectic menu, and on Halloween Executive Chef Kevin Savoy pulls out the stops with a spooky and groovy wine pairing menu, featuring maple brined double thick pork chop, roasted & smashed sweet potatoes with homemade marshmallow, brown sugar, butter and pecans. Grilled asparagus and natural jus.
Halloween is not just for kids – get ready for the ghoulish, the gruesome, and the gory during the three day celebration at ViewHouse First, it’s Ghouls Night Out at Ballpark as the ladies start the weekend early. Bring a blanket and snuggle up outside on the Green while watching the final movie of the ViewHouse of Horror movie series, Annabelle, Thursday Oct 29. At Centennial, revelers can dance the night away with ghoul-friends, and at both locations stay late – because Ghouls Drink Free from 9 p.m. to midnight. Awaken your inner Freddy Kruger for the Nightmare on Market Street on Friday, October 30. Put on your most creative and thought-provoking costume for the $1000 prize, and second places finishers receive $450 each. Prizes awarded at both locations of ViewHouse. Finally, on Saturday October 31, it’s the ultimate in Halloween-decorated spooky houses, ViewHouse style. Down south, revel in the ViewHouse of Horror with Funkiphino, DJ, dancing, and decorations to die for. Another legendary costume contest, with a $1000 prize for best costume and $450 second place winner rounds out the evening. Downtown, it’s the Sexy ViewHouse of Horror with another $1000 prize and of course, devilish DJs and dancing.
ViewHouse Centennial is serving up free post-Halloween buffet brunch to kids under 12 in Halloween costumes on Sunday, November 1 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The buffet brunch spread includes chilled seafood towers, made-to-order omelets, a waffle station, pancake bar, meat carving stations, fresh fruits, assorted pastries, cold pressed juices and more. Reservations are highly recommended, please call 303-790-8439.