For a ghoulishly good time, head to these metro Atlanta restaurants for Halloween

Atlanta-area restaurants will get into the Halloween spirit with food and drink specials, costume contests, giveaways galore and a few surprises. Don your best costume and gear up for a good time; there’s sure to be a few tricks and tasty treats throughout the evening.

Johnny's Hideaway: Calling all ghouls and goblins. Johnny's Hideaway will become a haunted hideaway as it hosts a Halloween party on Thursday, Oct. 29. There will be a costume contest with $500 in prizes and giveaways from some of your favorite liquor brands.

Ray's Rio Bravo: Here, it's okay to just be you. Show up on Friday, Oct. 30 for the chance to win tickets to the second annual Saints & Sinners Ball at Park Tavern on Halloween night, courtesy of iHeart Radio and Dos Equis.

Park Tavern: Ghouls, goblins and music fanatics are invited to creep into Park Tavern in their most creative Halloween costumes for Radio 105.7's second annual Saints & Sinners Ball. The festivities kick off at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31 and will feature live music performances from X Ambassadors, Coleman Hell and Atlanta's own Stokeswood. The high-energy Halloween bash will feature Halloween-themed drink specials, a costume contest and plenty of tricks and treats throughout the night. Pre-sale tickets are available for $20 at or; tickets will be available at the door for $25. Guests must be age 21 and up to attend.

10th & Piedmont: Head to this midtown restaurant for a Halloween-themed $23 prix-fixe menu on Saturday, Oct. 31. Festive cocktails will also be served.

Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar: The bar will "brew" a special batch drink specials for Halloween weekend including the shark attack, a concoction of blue Curacao martini with a sugared rim, grenadine float, whipped cream and gummy shark garnish; the gummi yum, made with Absolut raspberri vodka, cranberry juice, apple pucker and sour mix with a sugared rim and a gummy worm finish; and red wine lemonade, a mix of Villa Massa limoncello, simple syrup and Twizzler-infused New Amsterdam vodka, served with a red vine and lime garnish.

HOBNOB: Treat your boo or ghoul to a festive, $16 Halloween dinner featuring pork belly in Bloody Mary sauce, naturally, collard greens and mashed potatoes.

Cypress Street Pint Plate and GRAIN: Chilling freaks, eerie clowns and intimidating ringmasters are inviting ghoulish revelers to get into double trouble at the Horror Story Circus, a gruesomely, festive evening co-hosted by midtown hotspots Cypress Street Pint and Plate and GRAIN. Both restaurants will kick off the hijinx at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31. Partygoers donned in their best Halloween attire will be entertained by an array of twisted acts from The Imperial OPA Circus, including fortunetellers, fire throwers, magicians, aerialists, hand-to-hand duos and more. From 9-10 p.m., both haunts will serve complimentary appetizers while DJs set the spooky soundtrack for the evening. Pre-sale tickets are $20 and available for purchase online at Tickets will be $25 at the door on the day of the event. Ticket holders will be treated to a complimentary Rouge Ale & Spirits Dead Guy draft beer at Cypress and a complimentary Dead Guy Whiskey cocktail at GRAIN. Guests must be age 21 and up to attend.