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36 Ways to Eat and Drink Your Way Through Halloween and Día de los Muertos in Las Vegas and Henderson

Restaurants and bars offer food and drink specials for Halloween and Día de los Muertos

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Halloween in Las Vegas brings so much more than the usual hayrides and candy corn. The city goes all out in October with special dinners, doughnuts decorated with spooky creatures, costume contests and parties, scary drinks, and more. Día de los Muertos brings special dishes as well. Here are 36 ways to celebrate Halloween and Día de los Muertos in Las Vegas and Henderson.

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The Underground Speakeasy and Distillery

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The Underground speakeasy and distillery inside the Mob Museum has Halloween-themed cocktails all October on Monday through Wednesday from noon to 10 p.m. and Thursday through Sunday from noon to midnight. The $12 cocktails include Witch’s Brew with gin, Chartreuse, absinthe, citrus, and basil, while a Murder of Crows is a spine-chilling take on a classic Savoy Cocktail Book concoction with whisky, citrus, amaro, and grenadine. Then on October 30 from 8 p.m. to midnight, The Underground hosts a costume contest (with a 1920s vibe) with spooky-themed cocktails with live jazz music setting the scene. Festivities include live music by The Gatsby Gang at 8 p.m., $12 Halloween-themed drink specials throughout the night, and a costume contest with prizes at 9 p.m. Admission is free with the secret password, “Heebie-Jeebies.”

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The Murder of Crows cocktail at the Underground.
Mob Museum

Lucky Day Tequila & Mezcal House

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Lucky Day Tequila & Mezcal Bar offers La Catrina with 21 Seeds Hibiscus and grapefruit-infused tequila, sour mix, hibiscus grenadine, Peychauds Bitters, and soda.

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Lucky Day Tequila & Mezcal House.
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Eureka!

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Eureka! has two spooky dishes for the Halloween season. Scary Hot Fries come tossed with ghost pepper spice blend, topped with cheeses, bacon, and chipotle aioli. Chasing Ghosts features Del Maguey Mezcal, coconut milk, orgeat almond syrup, and ghost pepper tincture. Both are available through November 2.

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Scary Hot Fries at Eureka!
Eureka!

The Laundry Room

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The Laundry Room’s lead barman, Anthony Partridge, created the Oaxacan Mole cocktail, an off-menu item made especially for the holiday. This drink is made with mezcal, bourbon, dark crème de cacao, Amaro, and a dash of habanero bitters.

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The Laundry Room.
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Twisted Pumpkin Pop-Up Bar at Tivoli Village

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Eat and drink and take part in Halloween-themed activities such as pumpkin painting at Twisted Pumpkin, Tivoli Village’s newest seasonal pop-up bar featuring Calavera Cantina. Children are also invited to enjoy the Halloween festivities before 8 p.m. when the venue transforms to an adult-only bar. Twisted Pumpkin Pop-Up Bar at Tivoli Village runs through Tuesday, November 2, with 90-minute timed entry slots are available from 4:30 to 11 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays as well as 1 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Sundays. Admission to the bar is $5, a single ticket including admission for one plus a 90-minute pumpkin painting activity is $15 and group packages and VIP seating are also available. To purchase tickets, visit vegaspopupbar.com.

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Twisted Pumpkin Pop-Up Bar.
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Fergusons Downtown

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Fergusons Downtown has plenty of Halloween activities for the family, starting on Wednesday, October 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Tofu Tees with a spooky candy hunt, costume contest, and different games and activities for all. Then, on October 31, Future Makers takes over the Rooftop Deck with seasonal crafts and trick or treating in The Yard and around the shops.

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Fergusons Downtown.
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El Dorado Cantina

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El Dorado Cantina at Tivoli Village celebrates Día de los Muertos on Saturday, October 30, from 6 p.m. to midnight with food vendors, margarita bars, and drink specials. In addition, the restaurant will offer face painting, a kids’ stage, bounce house, live entertainment by mariachi bands, folkloric dancers, and more. 

The bar at El Dorado Cantina
The bar at El Dorado Cantina.
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Distill - A Local Bar

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Distill and Remedy’s host their annual Halloween Bashes on Saturday, October 30, at all locations. Goblins and ghouls are invited for a night of fright and fun with live music, costume contests where the winner can win a cash prize, and food and drink specials throughout the evening. The Halloween bashes are free for those 21 years old or older with valid I.D. to attend. Cocktails include the Poison Apple Martini made with Jack Apple, apple pucker, and sour mix, and the Red Rum cocktail made with Bacardi, soda, grenadine, and garnished with Myers Rum-soaked cherries. Both beverages are $6

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Poison apple martini at Distill and Remedy’s.
Distill and Remedy’s

Piero’s Italian Cuisine

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Piero’s Italian Cuisine has the Witch’s Re-Treat with Calvados Boulard, Mozart pumpkin spice liqueur, Rinse Strega, a scoop of homemade vanilla gelato, pomegranate molasses, lime zest, and a pinch of ground nutmeg all month.

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Witch’s Re-Treat at Piero’s Italian Cuisine.
Piero’s Italian Cuisine

Emporium Arcade Bar

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Emporium Arcade Bar at Area15 holds two nights of local craft brews, cocktails, and classic arcade games on Saturday, October 30, and Sunday, October 31. The October 30 event features This Is Halloween with DJ MelSF and a costume contest offering cash prizes. Then on October 31, the bar hosts Halloweemo, an emo Halloween party featuring DJ Mike Carbonell from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. This event will also feature a costume contest with cash prizes. Guests may use AREA15’s west entrance and mention Emporium for free entry.

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Emporium Arcade Bar.
Emporium Arcade Bar

El Segundo Sol

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El Segundo Sol at Fashion Show lets diners bring in painted pumpkins from home from October 17-31 in exchange for a free dessert. Pumpkins will be put on display throughout the restaurant. Then on Sunday, October 31, through Tuesday, November 2, diners can celebrate Día de Los Muertos at El Segundo Sol with food and drink specials and festive activities.

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A margarita at El Segundo Sol.
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The Sand Dollar Lounge

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Nightmare on Spring Mountain takes over the Sand Dollar Lounge through November 1, running from 3 p.m. to 4 a.m. daily. The Halloween-themed pop-up promises cocktails such as the Dark Star, a spin on the hot toddy, and Peter Pan, a pumpkin spice slushy; Halloween-themed chocolates and ice cream from Happy Endings Chocolate on Friday nights; and a selfie station.

The Sand Dollar Lounge
The Sand Dollar Lounge.
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Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que

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On October 30 and 31 at 9 p.m., Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que at Treasure Island will host special Halloween activities, including a $1,000 costume contest each night, drink specials, and free entry along with live entertainment with country music talent Rebel Heart. Best dressed Halloween costume contenders will have the opportunity to compete for cash prizes, with first place receiving $500 plus $75 bar tab and $25 in Free Slot Play; second place receiving $250 plus $50 bar tab and $25 in Free Slot Play; and third place receiving $100 plus $25 bar tab and $25 in Free Slot Play. Gilley’s will serve drink specials starting at $8, including 16-ounce draft beer, shots, and “you call it” cocktails of Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey or Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire. Live music with Rebel Hart starts at 10 p.m. on October 30 and 9 p.m. on October 31 with no cover charge.

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Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que.
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Black Tap

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The Halloween CrazyShake at Black Tap at the Venetian is a spooky chocolate shake with a vanilla frosted rim with candy corn topped with a spider-web chocolate cupcake, orange and white twisty pop, orange rock candy, whipped cream, orange sprinkles, and a chocolate drizzle for $17.

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The Halloween shake at Black Tap.
Black Tap

Tao Nightclub

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Haunted Harajuku arrives at Tao Nightclub at the Venetian. Celebrate Halloween all weekend long with the spooky side of bold fashion trends. Taking over the DJ booth are Eric Dlux on October 28, Mike Attack on October 29, and Brody Jenner with Devin Lucien on October 30. Cash prizes are the ultimate treat, with $5,000 up for grab at the costume contest on Thursday, October 28.

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Tao Nightclub.
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Off the Strip

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Off The Strip Bistro & Bar at the Linq Promenade serves Halloween-themed cocktails, including Poison Apple, a fruity blend of Apple Pucker, Captain Morgan, pineapple juice, Sprite, simple syrup, and a red sugar rim; Deadly Night Shade, made with Chambord, Absolut Citron, grenadine, cranberry, and lemon juices; and the Candy Corn cocktail, a sweet and sour beverage with vanilla vodka, pineapple juice, and grenadine.

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Virgil’s Real Barbecue

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Virgil’s Bloody Bath Punch at Virgil’s Real Barbecue at the Linq Promenade on October 31 serves four to six people. Bloody Bath Punch is a gallon-sized libation of rum, pineapple, orange, and cranberry juices for $52.

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Virgil’s Bloody Bath Punch at Virgil’s Real Barbecue.
Virgil’s Real Barbecue

Lawry’s The Prime Rib

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Lawry’s The Prime Rib hosts Music Can Be Murder, a special murder mystery dinner event on October 28 at 7 p.m. Diners try to figure out whodunit in a hilarious musical mystery romp throughout their three-course meals. The dinner includes the original spinning bowl salad served with fresh sourdough bread, a choice between 8-ounce roasted prime rib of beef; oven-roasted salmon filet; or the vegetarian entree of the day, all served with accompaniments. Each diner will receive chef’s choice of dessert served with either LavAzza Coffee or Harney & Sons Tea. The dinner goes for $115 per person.

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Roasted prime rib of beef at Lawry’s The Prime Rib.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib

The Front Yard

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Halloween lovers have three chances to celebrate Halloween at The Front Yard at Ellis Island. On October 27, the venue shows Rocky Horror Picture Show at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. On Saturday, October 30, the restaurant shows the movie again during a Hocus Pocus Brunch at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. On Saturday, October 30, the Front Yard holds Fear Garden in the Beer Garden at 7 p.m. with spooky bites and cocktails, DJs all night, a costume contest, and bottle service at tables. Each experience is free to enter and can be booked through OpenTable. Guests who dress up receive a free cocktail.

The patio at The Front Yard
The patio at The Front Yard.
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Money, Baby!

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Money, Baby! at Virign Hotels shows Halloween movie classics such as Hocus Pocus, The Exorcist, and Halloween 1 & 2 every Thursday night following Thursday Night Football at 9 p.m. Speciality cocktails themed for each movie will be available as well. Hocus Pocus runs on October 14 featuring Witches Brew made with Casamigos Mezcal, butterfly pea simple syrup, and fresh lime juice. The Exorcist on October 21 features Pea Soup made with Hendrick’s Gin, kiwi-infused simple syrup, and fresh lime juice. And on October 28, Halloween I & II run with a cocktail featuring Michael Myers Margarita made with jalapeno-infused Terremana Reposado, fresh lime juice, blood orange agave syrup, and a Tajin rim

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Money, Baby!
Money, Baby!

China Poblano

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Celebrate Dia de los Muertos at China Poblano at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas from October 27 through November 2. Options include the tamal verde con pollo for $12 with an heirloom corn tamal filled with slow-cooked chicken, finished with queso fresco, tomatillo, and corn nuts; the taleta con frijoles negros for $9 with a seared blue corn masa stuffed with Oaxaca and Menonita cheeses, refried black beans, and roasted nopales served over salsa de chapulines and finished with a whipped crema fresca de aguacate; pozole verde for $14; the tamal de pina for $13 with a sweet blue corn tamal filled with roasted pineapple, coconut crisp, and cinnamon ice cream; and La Catrina made with Rittenhouse rye, Mr. Black cold brew coffee, lemon, and pumpkin.

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China Poblano.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew.

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District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew. at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers spooky takes on classic doughnuts decorated to resemble gravestones, ghosts, and pumpkins.

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District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew.
District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew.

STK Steakhouse

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STK Steakhouse at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has a Green Goblin cocktail for $21 made with Grey Goose vodka, lime juice, simple syrup, jalapeno, and basil, and the Junk Chalice for $29 with a sundae made with candy, brownies, popcorn, chocolate, caramel, and vanilla ice cream topped with whipped cream and cotton candy. The restaurant also has deejays and entertainment during brunch on Saturday, October 30, and Sunday, October 31, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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The Junk Chalice at STK Steakhouse.
STK Steakhouse

Clique Bar & Lounge

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Clique Bar & Lounge at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has a costume party on Halloween from 8 to 10 p.m. with a $2,500 prize.

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Clique Bar & Lounge.
Clique Hospitality

Beauty & Essex

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Beauty & Essex at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has the Nightmare on Essex tomahawk special available from October 29-31. For $138, diners can dine on an exclusive four bone Berkshire pork rack served with roasted winter root vegetables, butternut squash puree, smoked cranberry, and port wine jus.

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Nightmare on Essex tomahawk special.
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Wicked Spoon

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Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas features spooky decor and exclusive dessert menu items such as pumpkin cheesecake, caramel apple spiced bundt cakes, ghostly GF pumpkin cupcakes, and maple walnut tarts.

Wicked Spoon
Wicked Spoon.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Zuma at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has the Mexican Zombie cocktail inspired by the traditional zombie cocktail. Served in a sugar skull glass, the cocktail is a blend of three different agave spirits — Don Julio Blanco, Reposado, and Mezcal — combined with Velvet Falernum, absinthe, fresh lime, grapefruit, and passion fruit juices. Garnished with a lit cinnamon stick and served in a sugar skull shaped glass, the cocktail has a unique, fruity flavor profile with a smokey and spicy finish.

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Zuma.
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Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub

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Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub’s Freaqshow at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas brings Alan Walker on Friday, October 29, Afrojack on Saturday, October 20, and DJ Pauly D with a $10,000 costume contest on Sunday, October 31.

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Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Sugar Factory American Brasserie

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Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Harmon Corner has a isweet and spooky milkshake inspired by I Know What You Did Last Summer, the iconic ’90s horror movie turning into an Amazon series. The blend of cookies and cream ice cream and vanilla soft serve is served in a chocolate-dipped mug with candy corn, bloody bones, gummy worms, and Oreo crumbs. It’s topped with whipped cream and an edible clown marshmallow. The milkshake is available now through Friday, November 12, for $25.

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The I Know What You Did Last Summer milkshake at Sugar Factory American Brasserie.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie

Founders Coffee

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To kick off Halloween and get ready for a night of trick or treating, Founders Coffee is giving away Halloween candy treat bags to kids in costume with an adult order on October 31 from 1 to 5 p.m. Trick or treaters can stop by either the St. Rose Parkway or Durango Drive location to pick up their treat.

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Founders Coffee.
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Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge

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Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge at Town Square has the Basic Witch, available all month, with Blackheart Premium Spiced Rum, Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie Liqueur, barrel-aged bitters, and a pinch of Maldon Sea Salt. The Basic Witch is priced at $14

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Basic Witch at Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge.
Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge

Silverton

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All Silverton bars offer $13 Halloween specialty cocktails through October 31. Specialty cocktails include I Put A Spell On You, made with Campari, orange vodka, Solerno , and lemon sour topped off with ginger beer; Liquid Ghost, made with elderflower, Grey Goose, and lemon juice; and Witch’s Brew, made with vodka, raspberry liqueur, lime juice, and Sprite.

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Halloween decor at the Silverton.
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Lovelady Brewing Co.

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Lovelady Brewing serves its Hendertucky Horror Show Double Hazy IPA, priced at $7.50 a pint on draft, 16-ounce four-pack for $17, 32-ounce crowler for $13, and 64-ounce growler for $22. The beer features a bewitching combination of pumpkin spice, vanilla, Dark Moon Coffee, Idaho Gem and Cashmere Hops. The Hendertucky Horror Show is also available in 16-ounce cans.