Halloween and Día de los Muertos Dining in Phoenix 2019

From spooky savings to eerily delish eats and drinks, these Valley restaurants are the spots to stop before or after all the trick-or-treating fun.

This Halloween, guests can enjoy a nice treat—Dinner on Us (buy one entrée, get the second one free) from 4 to 10 p.m. at Salty Sow restaurant in Phoenix.

Scottsdale’s Brunch Café is offering free “little brunchers” kids meals to all children who come dressed up in their Halloween costumes on Saturday, Oct. 26. An adult meal must be purchased. Kids can choose from a wide variety of delicious breakfast, brunch and lunch options.

Get in the Halloween spirit with a box of spooky sweet treats from Donut Bar. This festive themed collection includes the Boston Boo Pie ($4), Spindra ($4), Dracula ($4), Pumpkin Jack of Lantern ($4) and the Dracula Unicorn ($5). These frightfully delicious donuts are available Oct. 25 through Halloween. The store is open at 7 a.m. Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, until sold out.

Arcadia Tavern is celebrating Halloween during the Thursday night NFL game on Oct. 31. Dress up in costume, enjoy happy hour pricing all night and take part in the costume contest.  Winner of the costume contest will be announced after the NFL game.  

Join Chart House as the Scottsdale restaurant celebrates Ghoul’s Night Out on Oct. 31 with a three-course Spooktacular menu for just $31. The delicious menu features items including clam chowder, blood orange-glazed king salmon, boneless prime rib and mud pie. Guests can also add a variety of apps and sides for $6 each.

The Screamery ice cream parlors in Phoenix and Chandler will offer a delicious $5 Screamin’ Sundae for the entire week leading up to Halloween, Oct. 25 to Oct. 31. The special Screamin’ Sundae features a single scoop of your flavor choice with scrumptious butter cake, warm cookie, or brownie, choice of toppings, and black and orange sprinkles. The regular price for an ice cream sundae is $7.50.

Provision Coffee Bar is getting in the spirit of Halloween with “The 11” cocktail, based on the “Stranger Things” series and available throughout October. For $12, patrons can get their fix of “The 11” featuring bourbon, lemon juice, maple syrup, chocolate bitters, cinnamon, egg white and, of course, Elle’s favorite — Eggo waffles (in a mini version).

Morton’s The Steakhouse is celebrating with a special three-course menu from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 for only $36. The decadent menu includes favorites such as baked five onion soup, grilled bistro filet, pork chop with au jus and chocolate mousse. Additionally, Morton’s will offer an exclusive Candy Corn Old Fashioned (pictured) with Jack Daniels Whiskey, orange bitters, an orange slice and Monin Candy Corn Syrup, accompanied by candy corn for $12.

Sandbar Mexican Grill in Gilbert will be celebrating Día de los Muertos with Tequila Cazadores’ Altar from Arandas, as well as a throwback Halloween celebration. Starting on Thursday, Oct. 24, through Saturday, Oct. 26, Tequila Cazadores will host its pop-up Ofrenda at Sandbar celebrating Día de los Muertos and authentic Mexican traditions and cocktails. In addition to the Altar from Arandas, Sandbar Gilbert will celebrate Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 26, with an 80’s and 90’s throwback-themed Halloween party. Drink specials include a Pumpkin Porter, eyeball Jello shots and black salt spooky margaritas.

Visit HULA’S Modern Tiki in Phoenix and Scottsdale–or the secret tiki speakeasy, HULA’S Captain’s Cabin located next door to HULA’S Phoenix–to sip and savor an all-new menu of Halloween-themed tiki cocktails. Offered through Oct. 31 (or all October long at HULA’s Captain’s Cabin), sip on There Will Be Blood, a concoction of Espadin Mezcal, Campari and sweet Vermouth stirred together with a dash of orange bitters, and garnished with a spider friend for luck. Or enjoy a haunted twist on traditional Tiki cocktails with a Creepy Colada or a Bloody Zombie. 

EVO in Scottsdale will be celebrating Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 26, with an eerie event from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., including a costume contest, a DJ and signature Halloween cocktail. The restaurant will also be partnering with the American Liver Foundation, who in the spirit of Halloween, will be providing information about and allowing people to sign up for organ donation. 


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