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Five Halloween-centric Spots for the Weekend

Where to get your spook on

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While Halloween might fall on Monday this year, there's still plenty of food and drink related festivities to attend. From Dia De Los Muertos to creepy tiki, check out our weekend round up of parties and menu specials from around San Diego, and have a very Happy Halloween!

Haunted Cocktails: Miss B's Coconut Club

Madam B's

Head to Mission Beach on Saturday, October 29 for creepy tiki painting, a ‘table of horrors’, mocktails and cocktails including The Lusca at Madame B's Haunted Coco Club. Serving 5-10 unfortunate souls it’s been dubbed the ‘Creature from Beneath the Sea’ - mist and tentacles included. 3704 Mission Blvd (858) 381-0855 Photo: Facebook

Rooftop by STK: Andaz Hotel

STK

Kick off 'Halloweekend' on Saturday, October 29 with drink specials from 8 p.m. - 12 a.m., including the Snake Charmer cocktail, made with Ketel One Citroen, St. Germain, mint and cucumber, topped with a snake-like cucumber garnish, on the Andaz Hotel rooftop. Prior to the hotly anticipated STK San Diego restaurant opening later this year, the ONE Group is inviting folks to discover the "Rooftop by STK" with the first in their series of elevated happenings. 600 F St (619) 849-1234 Courtesy Photo

Dia De Los Muertos: Del Sur

Del Sur

Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos in South Park on Saturday when Del Sur will be serving up several entrée and cocktail specials in honor of the occasion. From the bar, enjoy $5 margaritas and red/white sangria or a beer and shot for $8. Food deals include $6 bean and potato flautas, nachos and quesadillas. There will be music too, courtesy of Half KABBs plus face painting and sugar skull decorating earlier in the evening. 2310 30th St (619) 964-3778 Photo: Facebook

Hallow-Hour: BANKERS HILL BAR + Restaurant

Bankers Hill Bar + Restaurant
"Hallow-Hour" will extend happy hour for one hour and will be available from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on Halloween evening. Happy hour offerings include house red wine and house white wine by the glass for $5; the Sucker Punch cocktail with rum, oleo saccharum, spices, black tea, vanilla bean, citrus and clarified milk for $6; along with a selection of seasonal beers. Don’t miss bar manager Zack Gray’s The Boomstick, made with Malahat spiced rum, amaretto, pumpkin, pomegranate and lime, and garnished with sage smoke. 2202 4th Ave (619) 231-0222 Courtesy Photo

Fang-tastic Treats: Breakfast Republic

Breakfast Republic
Refuel after a long night on the broomstick/hanging out at the graveyard (delete as applicable) with Breakfast Republic’s new Bloody Bellini, made with the perfect blend of blood orange puree and prosecco. If you need more of a morning pick me up try the Trick or Treat Latte made with energizing flavors of pumpkin spice and white chocolate, topped with sugary sprinkles and candy corn. 2730 University Ave (619) 642-0299 Courtesy Photo

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