Halloween Edition 

Harlem, New York City

Happy Halloween Ghosts, Ghouls, Vampires, and Zombies alike!

Here are some events just in case you haven’t thought of something spooky to do! Best of all there’s something for everyone. Be sure not to eat too much candy! A stomachache on a Sunday morning is not fun at all.

First off- Harlem Shake! Starting at 6:00PM, the team will celebrate all things spooky with food and drink specials, a costume contest and a “Thriller” flash mob! Since the holiday falls on a Saturday this year there’s added pressure to make the perfect plans, and you can’t go wrong by starting, ending, or simply spending your evening at Harlem’s favorite burger and milkshake joint.

Young and old alike can feast upon creepy culinary creations like Zombie Fingers (hot dog fingers “bandaged” in bacon wrapping); Bloody Eyeball Sangria (classic red sangria spiked with blood orange juice and eyeball gummies); and Graveyard Dirt and Witch shakes (crushed Oreos and gummy worms).

Even the undead don’t like to dine alone, and at this party, being social could win you more than just company. Share your costume on Instagram to be considered for the “Best Mask” contest, hosted by Miss Harlem Shake 2015, Amanda Mobley. Ten percent of food and drink sales will be donated towards Amanda’s charity, the Church of the Master Mentoring program.

: Saturday, October 31st  6:00PM-11:00PM

WHERE: 100 W 124th St (124th and Lenox Ave)

WEBSITE: www.harlemshakenyc.com

SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: Harlem Shake

Twitter: @HarlemShakeNYC

Instagram: @HarlemShakeNYC

So you’ve got your weekend packed… No worries I have something for you’re pre celebration. On October 29th, Grill on the Hill is kicking off the weekend with their party. Best of all, they will have Ralph Serrano a highly talented body painter. Just in case you forgot your costume or didn’t buy one yet haha. So grab a friend and go to 1624 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10031 this Thursday.

Now something for the kiddos and the entire family! Sure, trick or treating is fun and yummy. But we also need a good story to give us goosebumps. For a spooktacular time visit the Sugar Hill Museum at 898 St Nicholas Avenue @ 155th Street, New York, NY 10032.



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