Last minute Halloween events and parties in Atlanta

It’s not too late to get into the Halloween spirit. Several metro Atlanta restaurants will celebrate this delightfully devious holiday with food and drink specials, costume contests, giveaways 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 during the day and night.

All events will occur on Saturday, Oct. 31 unless otherwise noted.

Trader Vic's: Guests will visit the 1970s with a "Werewolves of London" party, replete with pina coladas and a prix fixe menu featuring devilishly delicious dishes such as graveyard greens, stir-fried terrified-yaki chicken and cauldron chocolate cake. Costumes, particularly the werewolf kind, are encouraged since the restaurant will pay homage to Warren Zevon's hit "Werewolves of London" on the Excitable Boy album.

Superica: Ready for a Halloween Bash? Beginning at 5 p.m., guests and ghouls alike can enjoy live music, spookily-themed drink specials and free koozies since adults deserve a treat too. Guests will be able to enter a costume contest at 8:15 p.m., which will be judged by the crowd. The winner will receive a $100 Superica gift card. What a treat!

STK Atlanta: Monsters, vixens and vamps are invited to enjoy a sultry Halloween experience. STK Atlanta and Veuve Clicquot will present Yelloween, a special spooktacular three-course, prix fixe dinner with champagne pairings for $75. A live DJ will spin thrilling tunes throughout the evening and a photo booth will capture favorite moments.

BLT Steak Atlanta: Creepy? Check. Candy? Check? Combined to create cocktails? Absolutely. Using Halloween candy as inspiration and ingredients, this downtown restaurant will offer a salted caramel old fashion made with Werther's Original caramel candy and Whistle Pig bourbon as well as a Russian red vine made with Red Vine licorice infused with Stolichnaya.

Serpas True Food: If you're not into knocking on doors for candy (or raisins), swing by Serpas from 5:30-8 p.m. for a Halloween happy hour featuring a "Bloody Bayou"—a New Orleans rum punch served with fresh blood orange. Complimentary hors d'ouevres will be served at the bar as well.

Republic Social House: For a ghoulishly good time, swing by this restaurant, located in Grant Park—right across the street from Oakland Cemetery. Guests who attend an Oakland Cemetery Tour will receive half-off appetizers with proof of ticket. Scared up a big appetite during the tour? Try brunch. . Want more treats? There will also be a costume costume at 11 p.m.

Orpheus Brewing: Spooky brews and monstrous music will be on the agenda as revelers swing in at 7 p.m. for a pre-game scream at Hexwhy 2015—a tour featuring local bands and brews—before heading out for tricks and treats. Tour tickets, inclusive of complimentary Orpheus beer, are $10 with an RSVP or $15 at the door. Click here to for more details or to purchase.

FLIP burger boutique: Halloween weekend brings a special "Silence of the Lamb burger"—a grilled lamb patty, fried veal brains, fava bean ragout and Chianti ketchup for $14. This will be available at the Buckhead and West Midtown locations only.

For roundups of Halloween events for adults, click here and here.