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.
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