Have you felt your skin crawl, when you are searching for the light? Have you been scared to take a look, at the corner of the room or feel that someone is watching you? Take a deep breath and sit back as The Brew and Barbeque bring you a Halloween experience that is sure to send shivers down your spine.
Dig in to signature food menu featuring dishes like Witch Fingers - Cheese stuffed finger breadsticks served along with pumpkin seeds, hummus, Dracula's Dentures - (Pita bread stuffed with Concasse and Cottage cheese), Devilled Eggs - (Boiled egg stuffed with creamy egg yolk topped with paprika), Meat Skull Pizza - (Pizza served in Skull shape with the filling of chicken or Pork) and Zombie Brain Cup Cakes - (Cupcake pipped with Cream on top).
Stuffed Mushroom Eyeball
And that is not all! Be sure to enjoy the spills of drinks like Bloodbath - bacon-infused vodka, cooked tomato juice, wc sauce, citrus juice, cherry tomato, wasabi powder, blood foogath served on the side or Oozing Eye Ball - root vodka, blend wine, beetroot juice, apple molasses, celery bitter, citronella grass, magic salt foam with bleeding eyes!
This Halloween gets freaky at Cafe Felix with a specially designed menu.
Freaky Felix Sundae
Apple Olive Oil Cake
Gorge on some spooky desserts like Freaky Felix Sundae, Ghost-buster Red Velvet Cake and Apple Olive Oil Cake. Enjoy some creepy cocktails like the Walking Dead, Spooky Sunrise and Grave Digger. Enjoy a 3-course Halloween meal of soup/salad, Main course and dessert at an exclusive price of Rs 1200/- only!
Novotel has got some spine-tingling experiences for you this Halloween. Come as a superhero, vampire or anything you desire, unleash your inner self! If you are more of a night owl well, then the Halloween dinner at Blue Terrain promises some devilishly great food. Snack on Witch’s Fingers or dive into the Khabrastani Mutton. It is going to be one heck of a Spooktacular night.
Venue: Blue Terrain, Novotel Bengaluru, Outer Ring Road
Halloween is here. It is time to get your freak on and party the night away from the Goth way! HOOT brings to you Halloween of the Beers - a night filled with dreadful music by 'DJ Anoop Absolute' and 'DJ Nazxclaim'!
Get your scariest costumes out and get a free beer before 08:30 pm (only if you are in a costume).What are you waiting for? Start digging the graves and stand a chance to win the HOOT Freaky Awards for the Best dressed couple and Best dressed male/female.
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a pirate? Or a vampire? Or even a Power Puff Girl? Well, you can make your dream come true at the Grand Mercure,
Bangalore! Bite into a sweet revenge of the witches with delectable dishes like Dracula’s Pie, Crockpot Chilli, Hilda’s favourite - Strawberry Parfait and relish the delicious and spine-tingling selection of desserts.
With terrifying decorations and a menu created to please the devil, guests at the luxurious property are sure to relish the treats this Halloween.
A dark romantic Valentine this Halloween includes a 3-course set meal for you and your partner along with an assorted dessert platter from Smoor. The dinner will be in the red room of the Foxtrot - House of Subculture. Head on over for a dark valentine themed dinner on Wednesday, 31st October, 08:30 pm. Make sure to be dressed in Goth.
This October 31, Byg Brewski Brewing Company is set to redefine Halloween with the darkest and scariest experience the night can offer. With an artist line-up to die for, and a cocktail menu that will bedevil you, are you ready to scream into the night?
Ruth Dsouza Prabhu has been a media professional for 18 years now, across multiple platforms. As a passionate F&B writer, she has interacted personally with internationally renowned names such as Marco Pierre White, Janice Wong, Chef Vivek Singh, Chef Vikas Khanna, Madhur Jaffrey, the late Tarla Dalal and many others for her stories. A highlight has been personal interviews with all three of the celebrity judges on Masterchef Australia. She is on several jury panels of food and beverage awards, is sought after for opinions in the field by publications and has her work published in well-known names such as The Hindu, Firstpost, HuffPost India, Condé Nast Traveller, NatGeo Traveller among many others.