Halloween was a thrill as a kid, but it’s even more frightfully fun for adults. Whether you plan your costume for months in advance or grab a mask on your way out the door, ’tis the season to dress up and get out with your coven of coworkers and close friends.
Myriad Milwaukee bars will morph into temporarily terrifying taverns ready to serve up potions and spirits. This list will get updated, so be sure to swoop back for the latest news.
Sanderson Sisters stir up trouble at SlyFox
The Sanderson Sisters will cast spells and ladle up “Hocus Pocus”-themed cocktails at new Brady Street-area bar, SlyFox, from Friday, Oct. 28 through Monday, Oct. 31. Stay in the know here.
Spooky Camp looms in the Deer District
Starting Thursday, Sept. 29 Deer Camp, 1023 N. Old World Third St., will transform into one of Downtown’s scariest spots to drink all the “boos.” Stay informed of Camp’s spook-tacular plans here.
Spooky Speakeasy hits Rock Bottom
For one night only, Rock Bottom Brewery will host a “Spooky Speakeasy” popup party with DJs, drinks and a costume contest. For tickets, zombie walk right here.
“What We Do In The Shadows” at Lost Whale
From Oct. 28 to 30, Lost Whale, 2151 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., will deviate into a "What We Do in the Shadows"-inspired haunt. The Bay View bar will become Nadja's, Staten Island's hottest nightclub for Nandor, Laszlo and the rest of the day-fearing vampires on FX's acclaimed comedy. More here. The bar will also host a one-day Blood Drive.
Visit Nine Below, 1905 E. North Ave., every weekend during the month of October for glow mini-golf, Halloween music, special cocktails and more. Special family-friendly version of spooky golf on Saturday, Oct. 29. More here.
Wizard World pop-up
For the month of October, Moran's Pub in South Milwaukee has trasformed into Wizard World. Throughout the month there are wizard-themed events, cocktails and more. Get all the details here.
Creed’s Foggy Dew in St. Francis will transform into “The Red Rabbit” for the week of Halloween, Oct. 25-Nov. 1. - The 1920’s inspired pop-up will include a classic cocktail menu, warm lighting and lush prohibition-era decor.
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