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The best Halloween restaurant specials in NYC

New York’s best Halloween restaurant specials include creepy cookies, free pumpkin beer and a Wes Anderson film feast

By Christina Izzo and Time Out contributors
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Sure, October 31st’s reputation as a booze-loving holiday is well founded—see these Halloween parties and Halloween bars for proof—but that doesn’t mean you should overlook the best Halloween restaurant specials in NYC.From festive tacos from one of the city’s most fun-loving Mexican restaurants to a three-course feast inspired by Wes Anderson flicks, here’s what you should be eating come All Hallows’ Eve.

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Best Halloween restaurant specials

11. Bobo

Restaurants Eclectic West Village

The French-accented West Village spot is throwing their fourth annual Halloween Burlesque Show. There will be two seatings (7pm and 10pm) and three courses ($110), with options like wild-boar sausage, roasted pumpkin soup and a red wine poached fig to go along with the risqué live performances.  

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Dreamsicle special
Photograph: Courtesy by CHLOE.

13. by CHLOE.

Restaurants Vegan Greenwich Village

At Chloe Coscarelli’s vegan-food restaurant, find a month-long Dreamsicle special ($10) made with vanilla vodka, triple sec, orange juice, half and half (cashew and almond-cream blend) and, for a spooky black finish, activated charcoal.

Schmackary's Cookies
Photograph: Dowd Photography

14. Schmackary’s

Restaurants Bakeries Hell's Kitchen

Find a whole range of Halloween cookies available all month long at this bakery, including the Trick or Treat (stuffed with Snickers, Butterfingers, peanuts, caramel, chocolate-toffee bits and sweetened coconut) and the Poisoned Apple Crisp (oat base, granny smith apples, white-chocolate chips, salted caramel, streusel).

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