Some Places to Party this Halloween

October 2, 2023, 6:44.38 pm ET  

Photos: Loreley Beer Garden                                                                        

Loreley’s Halloween Haunted Beer Garden pops up on October 18th with over the top Halloween décor, cocktails, daily specials, and fan favorite pumpkin kegs. Loreley’s Halloween popup will feature the Magic Potion Margarita which combines butterfly pea flower infused tequila, triple sec, lemon and lime and will be served in two potion bottles that guests can mix together themselves for a color-changing drink with a plume of smoke - a witchy (and Instagrammable) concoction. On October 28th and 31st guests can show off their best Halloween looks for the Loreley Beer Garden Costume Contest with three winners winning receive gift cards (worth $50 - $250) each night.  

Get Spooky at Daintree’s Fright Night Halloween Party on 10/27. Experience thrills at Daintree during their Friday Night Halloween Party on Friday, October 27th atop of Hotel Hendricks (25 W. 38th Street) in Midtown Manhattan. Add a little sparkle and luxury to your spooky itinerary by reveling in Daintree’s one-of-a-kind view of NYC’s skyline, sipping carefully curated seasonal cocktails and jamming out to music from a Guest DJ throughout the evening. A second Tower of Terror Halloween Party will be held on Saturday, October 28th, atop of Hotel Hendricks (25 W. 38th Street) in Midtown Manhattan. For more information, visit

Uncover the secrets of the Forbidden Palace at Slate (54 W 21st St) on Saturday, October 28th, with live music! The haunting fun, presented by The Lure Group, begins at 8 p.m. and the celebration will run ‘til late with an open Vodka bar set from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Costumes are highly recommended. Early bird tickets start at $20 and are selling fast, so grab yours at:

Grab your tickets to NYC's largest Halloween Party, Twilight Harbor, featuring the long-awaited U.S. return of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike at Brooklyn Navy Yard on Saturday, October 28th. This special night is presented by Ignite Group and Nebula.  Brooklyn Navy Yard will be transformed into a visually-stunning 104,000 square foot playground that combines killer DJ sets, captivating lights and special effects to create the spookiest, immersive Halloween scene in NYC. Tickets can be purchased exclusively from the ticketing platform   

Somewhere Nowhere is hosting parties all weekend long at 112 W 25th St.  Events include  Thursday, Oct 26 – Halloween Weekend w/ music by Mel Debarge; Friday, Oct 27 – The Villains Ball w/ music by Brandi Cyrus & Nathan Leong; Saturday, Oct 28 (Sunset) – DJ Pickle’s Solstice Saturday Sunset Party; Saturday, Oct 28 (Night) – The Book Of The Forbidden w/ music by Rick Wonder & Firpo; and Sunday, Oct 29 – The Forbidden Garden w/ music by Classmatic and Latmun.

Common Ground is hosting a Question part ‘ Spooky' Edition on October 25th at 6pm. The Question Party will help answer the most common ‘question’ of what to do this Halloween with their comedy and trivia night.  Reservations are recommended through Resy or Common Ground is located at 63 Gansevoort Street.

Retro Magic at Gab’s on October 31 featuring dinner and a show this Halloween! Known for their 60s and 70s aesthetic from decor to music, Gab’s in the West Village will be definition of ‘mod’ and magic as guests are encourage to dress in their best hippy attire at dinner for a chance to win a $200 gift card to the restaurant for a future date. During dinner, magician Josh Pele will perform for guests tableside with themed music to pair. The restaurant will also have candy for neighborhood trick-or-treaters.

Isle of Us is offering something for the kiddos on October 31st. Kids dressed up on Halloween who stop by the Upper East Side marketplace and cafe will snag a treat with custom pumpkin and ghost cookies. Available while supplies lasts and costs $4 for adults.

Ellen’s Stardust Diner in Times Square will be adorned with Halloween décor on October 31st.  Guests can sip on a Specialty Halloween Milkshake for the month of October with vanilla ice cream, Halloween sprinkles, and candy. ($18). Compete for a Prize in a Costume Contest – Come to Ellen’s at 5:00 PM dressed as a favorite Broadway character or Broadway Star and compete for a chance to win a gift card! The best costume will be awarded $100, with 2nd and 3rd place prizes available as well.

Happy Halloween!

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