Only In New York! 3 Halloween Parties To Scare You Silly and One Child-Friendly Event!By The DivaGals | October 27, 2022 | Food Fashion Style
Ready for some Halloween fun? Here are some cool events you can check out in New York City this Halloween weekend!
Halloween Ball: The Lost Garden, The McKittrick Hotel
The McKittrick Hotel, home of Sleep No More, is hosting its highly-anticipated annual celebration, Halloween Ball: The Lost Garden this Friday, Saturday and Monday, Oct. 28, 29 and 31. The Lost Garden will feature “heavenly and earthly delights intertwined for a mythical celebration of decadence and jubilation.” It’s a pure descent into horror! “Descend deep within the walls of the legendary McKittrick Hotel for its grandest, most magnificent soirée yet – where nature brings forth renewal and life is exquisitely beautiful.” Tickets for Standard Entry start from $139 per person and include an open bar, with entry between 9:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. Maximilian’s Champagne Table tickets include Oz’s benefits plus a reserved table in the Grand Ballroom. Night entry is also available from 12:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Guests are encouraged to dress in elemental, animal, and floral-themed costumes inspired by nature.
Nightmare On 21st Street, Slate
Never sleep again! Get your costumes ready for an epic Halloween soiree at Slate (54 West 21st St), inspired by one of the greatest horror films of all time, Nightmare on Elm Street, on Friday, Oct. 28 starting at 8 p.m.. To kick off the Halloween festivities, Slate will host two floors of epic music throughout the night including DJ Fotsbeats upstairs and DJ Kaution downstairs! Celebrate all night while enjoying the chic décor, sipping on your favorite drinks and letting loose on the spacious premier lounge dancefloors. To purchase tickets or reserve VIP packages visit, slate.ticketsauce.com.
Saturday Night Chills, Old Stove Pub
Out on Long Island? Old Stove Pub in Sagaponack is hosting Saturday Night Fever & Chills with a Halloween Costume Party on Oct. 29. DJ Striff is spinning ’70s disco, ’80s and contemporary music. The venue is also available for dining.
Greg’s Great Pumpkin Patch, Domino Park (kid-friendly!)
Greg’s Trees has transformed Domino Park (South 1 St. & River St.) into Greg’s Great Pumpkin Patch, which is open now through October 31st from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily with events and attractions for the whole family. Expect a massive selection of pumpkins and Halloween decor along with a haystack maze for little ones, pumpkin painting and carving daily, Instagram-able photo ops and activities galore.
photo credits: McKittrick, Old Stove Pub, Slate, Greg’s Trees