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Halloween food and party guide 2018

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Trick or treat? The countdown has begun as the spookiest night of the year is just around the corner. So bring on your devilish smile and pop-in to these curated spots which are celebrating Halloween’s night (and some even the month) like no other.

Tom’s Kitchen
This year Tom’s Kitchen is celebrating Halloween with a creative dessert which is as tasty as it is terrifying. A white chocolate and pumpkin mousse coated in dark chocolate will be served with an orange macaroon and vanilla whipped cream. The spooktacular masterpiece will be available from 26th to 31st October at Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea, Canary Wharf and Birmingham, priced at £7.50.

Hallowamzing fun at M
Throughout October at M Threadneedle Street, M DEN is being transformed into a spooktacular feast for the eyes in collaboration with renowned street artist Rich Simmons and his Skullerfly exhibition. Inspired by the artwork Executive Chef Mike Reid has created an amazing complementary four-course Halloween menu available on request for just two tables per night. On the 31st, M Threadneedle Street will be throwing another of its notorious Halloween parties complete with Don Julio cocktails, gruesome body-part decorations, Humanimals, and a devilish DJ with immersive performers to keep the crowds entertained all evening. Tickets for M’s Hallowamazing party are available here with a special discount for DEN members.

Chilling cocktails at Blind Spot, St Martins Lane
Celebrate Halloween in style with cocktails at the hidden speakeasy, Blind Spot at St Martins Lane. Available from 26th-31st October, limited-edition serves include the Hocus Pocus of Grey Goose La Poire pear vodka, pumpkin seed milk, violet liqueur, lime, orange bitters and orange juice and the Casper Survivor including Bacardi Carta Blanca rum, vanilla, melon, double cream, chilli chocolate. All priced at £13, these aren’t to be missed over the spooky-season.

Black pitas at The Athenian
Dust off your witches hat and head to The Athenian, who will be serving spooky black pitas for a limited time only. Souvlaki is arguably Greece’s most enjoyed street food and to celebrate Halloween, The Athenian will be serving up their incredibly dark and delicious souvlaki with some bloodcurdling spicy red feta dip. These eerie pitas will be available from 29th October until 31st October at all the venues: London Tooting, London White City, London Shoreditch, London Victoria, London Elephant and Castle, London Southbank and Bristol.

Bluebird Café, White City
Bluebird Café at White City are honouring Halloween with a spectacular cocktail, both delicious and perfect for an Instagram moment. The Widow Blood is made up of Monkey 47, homemade pomegranate reduction and fernet branca, and releases an eerie spoke on arrival to especially celebrate the scary-season. Priced at £11, don’t miss this whilst it’s served from 24th-31st October.

Halloween Party at Sanderson
Sanderson hotel is hosting a black and yellow themed evening in honour of the most supernatural night of the year. With a DJ set, ominous décor and an eerie ambience, the party will be perfect for making the most of Hallow’s Eve. Guests will enjoy a complimentary Veuve Clicquot cocktail on arrival, included in the £20 ticket which can be purchased at the link below.

Halloween Party at Skylight Rooftop
London’s most imaginative rooftop destination is holding a frightfully fun 2-day Halloween party on Friday 26th & Saturday 27th October. During its all-new HarvestFest season, Skylight will be calling all ghouls and ghosts along to its 2 nights of Halloween fun, with Friday’s focus on 90s Club Classics and Saturday’s on Deep House Disco. These 2 parties will feature special guest DJs including JakJax, Joaz, Because of Art, Freddie Ried and Alex Glover. This party is primarily on Skylight’s indoor level – roof access will be partially closed




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