13 Boozy Halloween Events Around Atlanta
13 Boozy Halloween Events Around Atlanta
It may not be Halloween yet, but with Halloween on a weekday this year. This weekend is the best time to party. In order to encourage you to have lots of fun this weekend. Here are 13 boozy Halloween events. There is a party of everyone. So get your costumes ready and have a fun night out on the town. Also, Happy Halloween from CulinaryLocal!!
Tuesday, October 23
Hands-on Class – The Ultimate Football Menu | Big Green Egg | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
It’s football season, and what better way to throw a great party than with the Big Green Egg! We will show you different cooking techniques and share a menu that is sure to be a crowd pleaser! These are some of our favorite recipes for fall, and as the weather cools down, it is a great time to fire up the EGG and get the party started. This class is a hands-on EGGsperience, so get ready to roll up your sleeves and dive in! Menu includes: Chicken on a Throne (beer can chicken); Cornbread pudding with ham and pepper jack; Grilled veggie kabobs; Bacon and cheddar BBQ-sauced pork chops, Cheddar jalapeno potato mash; and Peach Cobbler.
Tacos, Trivia, & Beer | Gate City Brewery Company | 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Join us every Tuesday for Tacos, Trivia, & Beer! We have partnered up with Ceviche Taqueria and Geeks Who Drink for a night of fast-paced trivia. It’s free to play with prizes of house cash and swag for bonus rounds. We offer 18 beers on tap that are sure to please even the non-beer drinker. It’s the perfect way to end a Tuesday night with $3 Tacos, Free Trivia, and Great Beer!
Wednesday, October 24
Demonstration Class – Sea to the Smoker – Seafood Class | Big Green Egg | 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Interested in expanding your seafood skills on the EGG? This class offer multiple cooking methods, including smoking, planking, and Dutch oven cooking! Menu includes: Smoked salmon with cucumber yogurt sauce; Planked trout with roasted potatoes: Asian skewers with fish medallions; Smoked salmon spread with crackers; and Cioppini in the Dutch oven.
Thursday, October 25
Krug Murder Mystery Dinner | Atlas | 6:30 pm
Atlas, located in the heart of Buckhead in the St. Regis Atlanta, is hosting the next rendition of its Winemaker’s Dinner Series to the fullest. On Thursday, October 25, 2018, guests can spend the evening with haunting entertainment and vintage pours at the Krug Murder Mystery Dinner. Beginning with a reception at 6:30 p.m., followed by a four-course pairing dinner created by Executive Chef Christopher Grossman at 7 p.m., each guest will be invited to an interactive clue-style dinner themed around the rich history of Krug Champagne and of course…a murder.
Celebration of Chefs | Cape Dutch | 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Toast to an evening of friends and chefs at Cape Dutch! From 5:30 to 8 p.m., enjoy a special supplementary menu during dinner featuring dishes from Modern Greek Cooking. Continue the celebration with chef Pano alongside chefs, Philippe Haddad of Cape Dutch and Piero Premoliof Pricci. Starting at 8 p.m., the restaurant will host a cocktail reception in honor of the cookbook featuring a complimentary glass of bubbles, passed hors d’oeuvres and a signed cookbook.
Think Outside The Pumpkin | Le Meridien | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Le Meridien is hosting “Think Outside The Pumpkin” event on Thursday, October 25 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come to celebrate Fall with a chili cook off with our talented Portico chefs, caramel apples and pumpkin decorating.
Friday, October 26
Crawl-Oween | Neighbor’s Pub | 8:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Third annual Crawl-Oween is a Halloween costume crawl hitting our favorite spots in the Virginia Highlands! Sponsored by Jameson IPA & Pontoon Brewing. We set up some sweet perks including: A complimentary beer, Entry into a $,1000 Cash Costume contest (full details TBA), Drink Specials for Crawlers, and Entry into an exclusive after party. Bars include : Neighbors Pub, Dark Horse Tavern, 10 High, Limerick Junction and an after party TBA. We will be holding an online costume contest the night of event. Check out the hashtag #CrawloweenATL on Instagram and get an idea. We will provide full details later.
Food Truck Fridays & Lunch on Board | Woodruff Park | 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Back by popular demand for a limited run, Food Truck Fridays & Lunch on Broad invites the community to step outside and enjoy lunch in Downtown’s bustling core on Fridays in October from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event will feature food trucks parked at Woodruff Park’s Peachtree Street perimeter, in addition to the daily brick and mortar offerings at Broad Street’s beloved restaurants. Enjoy cafe seating in the park, on the Broad Street Boardwalk, and along Broad Street between Luckie and Walton Streets, as well as a live band performing on the Boardwalk. Don’t miss this limited-run series!
Hare-O-Ween Party | Red Hare Brewery Company | 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
It’s that time of year again, time for HARE-O-WEEN! Dress in your Halloween best and dance the night away with DJ Stephanie. If you got it, haunt it and enter in our annual costume contest. Loyal Q and Brew will be serving up some BBQ. Tickets are $20 and include a souvenir Hare-O-Ween glass, a Haunted Brewery Tour and complimentary beer tasting. Come eat, drink and be scary — and don’t worry, we got the boos.
Saturday, October 27
Boos and Brews | Vinyl/Central Stage | 8:00 pm – 2:00 am
Atlanta Beer Festivals hosts the 8th Boos and Brews Halloween Party at Center Stage – The Loft – Vinyl on Saturday, October 27, from 8pm-2am. Live music, two DJs, a Costume Contest, and plenty of great beer! Two Ticket types:
General Admission: Includes entry and entertainment and up to 2 drink tickets with entry before 9pm and Beer Lovers Ticket: (includes entry and all beer samples 8pm-1am).
Wicked Brew Bash | Wine to Water | 8:00 pm – 12:00 pm
Wine to Water hosts the Wicked Brew Bash Halloween Party! All proceeds go to support clean water efforts in Nepal.
Purchase your tickets here, they will cover your wine and beer. Make sure to come dressed in disguise to win our best costume prize. Join us if you DARE! (This is a 21 and up event)
Sunday, October 28
Pumpkins and Paella | Cooks & Soldiers | 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
What better way to celebrate the Halloween season than with Paella, sangria, and pumpkin carving? Join us as our chef will be crafting some of our famous paella and sangria accompanied by pumpkin carving. All ages are welcome. It is $10 per pumpkin and $9 paella. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
Sunday Supper South | Ponce City Market | 6:00 pm
Created to embrace the simple cooking philosophy and inspired flavors of the South, Sunday Supper South is hosted by Anne Quatrano. This year, the event will feature a “Bewitched” theme and honor the whole hog cuisine of Rodney Scott, a 2018 James Beard Foundation Award winner and celebrated pitmaster. Guests will gather around communal tables to share a family-style dinner highlighting the creative talents of artisan producers from the South, with participating James Beard Award winners, nominees and semi-finalists from across the region collaborating on the menu.