GAL APPROVED! Best Halloween-Themed Restaurants and Events In New York City This Weekend!By The DivaGals | October 27, 2017 | Gal Approved
Not sure what to do this Halloween weekend in NYC? Check out these cool options!
Rosewood Theater. Your fave college games get grown and sexy at Rosewood (pictured up top), the new adult playground and lounge on NYC’s west side. We were there for a VIP preview to indulge in a game of “Prosecco Pong” and watch burlesque and contortionist performers delight the crowd.
Now let’s talk cocktails – we loved sipping on the “Jayne Mansfield” – fresh grapefruit juice and champagne. You need to be grown to handle “The Rosewood Martini” – mezcal with agave and bitters.┬á For this Halloween, Rosewood Theater is Hosting “The Deuce” Halloween Edition: The Ultimate Pimps and Harlots Party on Saturday, Oct. 28, starting 10 p.m. Bask in eerie thrills and party like there’s no tomorrow while the DJ spins top hits and mashups. VIP tables and bottle packages will be offered and a free drink goes to everyone dressed in theme. Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite. In addition,┬áRosewood Theater is paying tribute to legend Hugh Hefner on Tuesday, Oct. 31 starting at 7 p.m. with their RIP Hef Tribute Party hosted by playmate Ashley Massaro. Playmate Konstantina Gianni will DJ the night alongside Dollface and Amie Rose. VIP tables and bottle services┬áare available. Get your tickets now.
Sushi Roxx. Hosting an adults-only “Fright Night Roxx” Halloween themed show at 8:15 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. on Oct. 27 and 28. The entire staff will be in costume and both seatings will cap off with the entire restaurant participating in a “Thriller” dance-off.
The Attic Rooftop. Hosting a “Haunted Circus themed Halloween Weekend” Oct. 28. A $20 advance ticket to this party includes admission, a haunted high wire cocktail from Liquid Lab NYC mixologists Parker Boase and Gregory Lucas and entry into a costume contest with a $100 prize for the best of the best. New fall-inspired cocktails, which will be featured at the party include “The Big Apple,” “Fall Back” and “Bramble Patch.”
Bagatelle. Hosting a lit “It” themed brunch party coined “Bagat’hell” on Oct. 28 and 29. Guests are encouraged to dine in costume and the waitstaff will be doing the same for their brunch party, as well as dinner on Halloween, Tuesday, October 31st. For reservations email email@example.com.
NY Expo Center. Travis Scott headlines┬áits Halloween show, presented by “RPM Presents” with special guest Virgil Abloh┬á Saturday, Oct. 28.┬á Click here for tickets.
Zeppelin Hall (Jersey City, N.J.). Hosting their annual costume contest on Saturday, October 28 at 12 p.m. complete with a DJ and dancing, and $500 goes to the best costume prize at this European style biergarten. There’s no cover too – so you got nothing to lose!
Grand Bazaar NYC (100 West 77th Street). Hosting its “Scary Bazaar” Oct .29, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., More than 100 vendors will dress up in costume. The market will have a children puppet maker doing shows for kids hourly and unique candy will be for sale. The market will be decorated for the holiday and many of the vendors will provide samples when kids come by a shout trick or treat!┬á At Grand Bazaar NYC, 100 percent of the Bazaar’s profits from booth rentals are donated to four local public schools, benefiting over 4,000 children.