Check out this list of Halloween-themed drinks and food offers in the Las Vegas valley.
Applebee's is inviting all all families with little trick-or-treaters to enjoy a faboolous kids eat free special at Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar® locations throughout New Mexico and Nevada. Specifically, families that dine in at Applebee’s on Halloween will receive up to two free kids’ meals with the purchase of each adult entrée. Children 12 years and under can choose from a variety of delicious entrées from Applebee’s Kids’ Menu, accompanied by their choice of a side dish, and juice, regular or chocolate milk.
Americana Las Vegas is hosting a Halloween Booze & Brunch at 11 a.m. Oct. 29. Brunch selections will include French toast with berry compote, shrimp-n-grits, carne asade fries with flat iron steak, smoked salmon and bagels, and Rosa's meatball crostini. Brunch offerings are unlimited for $42 per person with the optional bottomless mimosas or bloody mary’s for a supplemental $17. The Caramel Apple Martini, made with caramel vodka, butterscotch schnapps and garnished with a cinnamon apple slice will be available for the holiday, priced at $12. Guests over the age of 21 who attend Booooze & Brunch wearing a costume will receive the cocktail for no charge. The first 50 guests to arrive will receive a complimentary pumpkin to take home, while supplies last.
Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken has added a new sandwich named the Boo! Bird to its menu in celebration of Halloween. A ghost pepper BBQ sauce is drizzled atop Blue Ribbon's signature fried chicken, which is set upon a bed of crispy, crunchy coleslaw and topped with golden onion rings and zesty melted pepper jack cheese, all nestled between a toasted bun for a sandwich that's a little sweet, a lot spicy and just SCARY delicious. Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken is also inviting guests to post photos of their Boo! Bird sandwich to Instagram for a chance to win a free sandwich. Cost of the sandwich is $8.95.
Blue Ribbon at the Cosmopolitan has a cocktail called the Freddy Krueger – made with Mezcal, Ginger Liqueur, Fresh Lemon and hot sauce. Its $15.00 and a permanent menu item so guests can try even after Halloween.
Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza is taking the Vampire trend to a whole new level by offering a special Vampire Slayer pizza for the whole month of October. The pie is topped with garlic cream sauce, pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, onions and roasted garlic, priced at $19.
Find some of the most delicious and flavorful dishes at Pizza Rock, perfect for Halloween weekend. Guests are welcomed to try the limited time menu items—only available through October 31. Items include, Brown Butter Sage and Bacon pizza (malted stout dough, sliced mozzarella, bacon, prosciutto di parma, micro arugula, brown butter and sage); Pumpkin Bisque (creamy pumpkin bisque with crème fraiche, candied walnuts and chili oil); Sweet Potato pizza (malted stout dough, sliced mozzarella, smoked pancetta, roasted sweet potato, mascarpone, brown sugar and fried kale) and Honey Pancetta Fries (fries tossed in honey, warm smoked pancetta and pecorino romano.)
Therapy restaurant located in Downtown Las Vegas is offering a specialty Halloween cocktail, The Franketini, starting Friday, Oct. 27 to Tuesday, Oct. 31. This scary good drink is made with Bombay Saphire, Midori, lemon-lime soda and grenadine, priced at $10.
Virgil’s Real Barbecue at The LINQ Promenade is celebrating Halloween with The Virgil’s Cauldron. The one-gallon cocktail comes complete with Skyy Vodka, a bleeding ice hand crawling out of the cauldron and guests’ choice of “brew” including strawberry, peach, grapefruit, blueberry and raspberry lemonade flavors. The magical concoction, priced at $46, is perfect for sharing with friends and is available until October 31.
If you would like to submit information for this list, send an email with details to firstname.lastname@example.org.