Here’s Some Fun Adult Things To Do In Miami On Halloween

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Halloween in not just for kids dressing up as latest Star Wars or Frozen characters. It is a chance for spirited adults to channel another decade, be witchy, a superhero or zombie.  One of the best spots for gettjng your inner ghoul on is Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road unofficial Halloween Parade, and this year is no different, with multiple options to dine and parade your finery or scariest attire for all to see.  Check out Sunset Harbour as well,as the Pubbelly boys and neighboring Barceloneta rival Lincoln Road with a Happy Hour drinks and menu Halloween Crawl with lots of costumed revelers bouncing from door to door!

SUSHISAMBA’s 6th ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY! Experience Miami’s coolest outdoor costume party where guests are encouraged to arrive dressed to impress. Taking over Pennsylvania Avenue – with DJ’s, three bars – SUSHISAMBA will be the best place to see the parade! Halloween fun will be endless as guests can expect street closures from Lincoln Road to Alton Road. The party takes place from 7pm – 5am with an outdoor celebration taking place from 7pm – 2am with the party continuing 2am till 5am. Reservations recommended – Sushi Samba 600 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, FL  please call 305.673.5337

The Forge and Veuve Clicquot present their legendary “Yelloween” party to be held on Friday October 30, 2015. This year’s theme is science fiction staring actor and superstar Elaine Lancaster with music by Oui Sauvage aka Maxwell Blandford with live performances by the cast of Project F. Party starts at 6:00 p.m. and runs till late night. Drink specials will include $50 bottles of Veuve Clicquot, $7 Belvedere cocktails and complimentary hors d’oeuvres. The best costume will win a $500 cash prize and limited edition Veuve Clicquot Jeroboam valued at $1500. Second place will win a dinner for two at The Forge valued at $500. Third Prize will win a basket of six bottles of Veuve Clicquot. The Forge 432 West 41st. Miami Beach, FL 33139 305 538 8533.

Meat Market: This Halloween, Meat Market will offer a special preset menu on the restaurant’s al fresco patio.  Guests can indulge in a three course prix fixe dinner crafted by chef/co-owner Sean Brasel. Priced at $150 per person (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity) Meat Market 915 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach FL 305 532 0088.

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Quattro Gastronomia Italiana: Quattro will offer a special four-course prix fixe dinner on Saturday, October 31st, where guests can delight in a selection of  the restaurant’s finest dishes, while admiring the costumes, trick-or-treaters, and holiday fanfare along Lincoln Road. For $110 per person (excluding alcohol, tax and gratuity), guests can people-watch from one of Quattro’s quaint outdoor tables while enjoying a decadent, multi-course meal. Those seeking a more tranquil, intimate experience can enjoy the same delicious dishes at an inside table for $65 per person. Quattro 1014 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach FL 305 531 4833

PubbellyPubbelly Sushi & Barceloneta –All three restaurants will be hosting a spooky happy hour from 6:00 p.m. till midnight. Each location will be themed by decade, so dress the part! So dig out those Peace signs, platform shows and big hair! Pubbelly Sushi the 70’s, Pubbelly the 80’s and Barceloneta the 90’s. 1400-1418-1424 20th Street at Sunset Harbor, Miami Beach FL  305. 532.7555.

The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions will be hosting a Beetlejuice inspired Halloween Dinner! Beetlejuice will be playing throughout the night as well as the soundtrack. Costumes are encouraged! The dinner will serve five courses with beer pairings by Tampa’s Coppertail Brewery at $65 per person. Menu highlights include –7:30 p.m. cocktail hour. 8:30 p.m. for seated dinner. The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions 5132 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33137 Dinner Reservations: 305.758.9559

COYA will be celebrating Halloween with three days of events. Starting Thursday October 29th and for each subsequent night COYA will feature a signature potion for $6.66 and live entertainment starting at 8 p.m. On Halloween night, there will be a special visit from a fortune teller who will reveal your deepest darkest secrets. COYA 999 Brickell Ave. Miami FL 305 415 9990.

BLT Prime guests can pair the autumnal libation with selections from the succulent Blackboard Series – a three-course prix fixe menu priced at $65 per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity) and includes an appetizer, main course, side dish and dessert. BLT Prime at Trump Doral 44 NW 87th Ave. Miami FL 305 591 6606

StripSteak by Michael Mina at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach will be serving up specialty cocktails created for the Halloween season.Available now throughOctober 31, 2015 “spooky” libations include ($14) Bobbing for Apples with apple cider, Pierre Ferrand Cognac, Domaine de Canton Ginger, lemon juice, honey syrup, cinnamon, cloves and an apple garnish and the Smashing Pumpkins with a pumpkin base, Buffalo Trace bourbon and Absolut vanilla vodka with a black sugar rim. StripSteak by Michael Mina 4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach FL 305 535 3283

KLIMA Miami Beach is hosting a Halloween party and dinner on Saturday 10/31, including DJ, scary menu items and cocktails and free bottle of champagne for Best Costume KLIMA. A la carte menu and specialty cocktails all ghostly night long . KLIMA 210 23rd St Miami Beach, FL 786 453 2779.

On Friday, October 30, 2015 at 8PM, Piripi festivities will commence with an evening of mystery, flamenco, tapas, cocktails, live music and intoxicating fun, as Piripi shuts down San Lorenzo Avenue for its Noche de Duende Masquerade Bash. On Saturday, October 31, 2015 Piripi will be offering several family-friendly activities including a special brunch menu and Halloween goodie bags for trick or treaters.   Piripi 320 Lorenzo Ave. Coral Gables, FL 305 448 2423.

Freddo: Gelato aficionados can enjoy a chilling treat this Halloween with premium Argentinean gelato from Freddo. Dress up your desserts for the spookiest night of the year and select from more than 30 iconic flavors with the purchase of Freddo Family & Friends 1 Kilo To-Go Packs. Tasty treats are available at both Freddo locations – 610 Lincoln Road on Miami Beach or the newly opened Brickell store at 1100 S. Miami Avenue. Don’t feel like hopping on your broomstick? Simply call Freddo’s Lincoln Road flagship store at (305) 604-0065 to place an order for delivery. Delivery hours are 11 AM – 11 PM Sunday –Thursday and on Friday & Saturday from 11 AM to Midnight. Delivery is available to select South Florida neighborhoods; delivery rates apply. Freddo 610 Lincoln Road on Miami Beach or the newly opened Brickell store at 1100 S. Miami Avenue. 305 604 0065.

( Information providedd by various sources and subject to change. Please check to confirm details, pricing etc. Happy Halloween ! )

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