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Spooky Treats at Tin Roof; New Farmer's Market; Kick Back At Harrah's

Time to start planning for Halloween in the Gaslamp; San Diego County Farm Bureau will debut a new farmer's market next week.

<p><span><b><i>GASLAMP--</i></b> For Halloween head down to Tin Roof, Gaslamp’s newest live music joint, for a night of live tunes from The Bootleggers and no cover. Scary good drink specials for the night include $5 Dos Equis bottles, $5 late night munchies and the Sweet Devil, a special Halloween cocktail for $7 (pictured). </span><span>[EaterWire]</span></p>

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<p><span><b><i>ROLANDO--</i></b> San Diego County Farm Bureau is opening a new certified farmer's market, serving up fresh fruits and veggies every Wednesday from 2-6 pm starting Oct. 29 (and 3-7 pm in the summer). Check out the market in the the east parking lot of the College Avenue Baptist Church at 62nd and El Cajon Blvd.</span><span>[EaterWire]</span></p>

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<p><span><b><i>VALLEY CENTER</i>--</b> Harrah's Resort Southern California's new 1920s-style lounge Spiked is taking throwback cocktails to a whole new level with the introduction of pop-up speakeasies and flapper-themed lounges. Get the party started with a "Still of the Night," made with Raspberry Ugly California Moonshine, Moonshine-marinated Maraschino Cherries, Lemon, and Orange Bitters.</span><span>[EaterWire]</span></p>

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