Rock’N Horror at High Rooftop Lounge

High Rooftop Lounge at Hotel Erwin will be raising the dead and your spirits this Halloween at our All Hallows Rock N’ Horror party. High Rooftop Lounge will transform into a Zombie Rockstar concert with booze specials, photo booths, terrifying tunes, and frighteningly cool decorations. There will be a prize for the best costumer. 1st place is one-night w/breakfast at Hotel Erwin, 2nd prize table and Bubbles at High. Thursday, 5 – 11 pm; 1697 Pacific Ave, Venice, CA 90291


This one-night-only, two-seating version of the weekly, usually-on-Mondays Magic|Bar popup features magician/mixologist Benjamin Schrader and world-class illusionist Jonathan Levitt. There’ll also be on-theme finger foods, cocktails like a “Boo-levardier,” and more Halloween fun. $80; Thursday

The Backyard at Chez Jay

Head to Santa Monica this Halloween for a thrilling night filled with terrifyingly terrific tricks and treats at The Backyard at Chez Jay as it is transformed into a spook-takular Shipwreck Cove Halloween Party! Come dressed to impress in your most clever costume and enter the costume contest which will begin at 9 pm. First place wins a $100 Gift Certificate to The Backyard at Chez Jay, and the second-best costume will win a $50 Gift Certificate. The menu features Peppercorn Maple Bacon, Shrimp Ceviche Bites, Baked Clams, Jay Dog, Mike’s Melt, Chez Burger, Fried Oreos, and more. Bartender Seth Bol is serving up Captain Jay’s Punch made with Bacardi, Ramazzotti Amaro Liqueur, pineapple juice, lime juice, a float of Goslings Dark Rum and gummy worm garnish. Thursday, 4 pm – Midnight; 1657 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.395.1741

Tam O’Shanter’s Halloween Live Ghostly dinner

The interactive murder mystery includes a three-course feast with menu offerings such as the Tam O’Shanter salad, traditional Lawry’s prime rib with signature accompaniments, roasted chicken and an English trifle. $89, $59/child; Thursday, 2980 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039; 323.664.0228

The Silent Tithing To Alebrije

Join in a mysterious, immersive cocktail experience sponsored by Mezcal El Silencio and with Gracias Madre and Josh Lucas Productions. Get a glimpse into the mystical world of Mezcal El Silencio and taste specialty, themed cocktails. Tuesday & Wednesday, 9 pm – midnight, Thursday – Saturday, 9 pm – 1 am; 8905 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Esters Wine Shop & Bar’s Halloween celebration

Celebrate with an all-night Happy Hour.  This party is perfect for those who want to go out but may not want to wear costumes. If you are inclined to dress up and wear a costume, you’ll be amply rewarded with a Free Mystery Cocktail, with the purchase of any food & drinks. Thursday, 3 pm – close; 1314 Seventh St, Santa Monica, CA 90401

The 6th Annual Haunted Hotel

The haunted hotel, Viceroy Santa Monica, will be transformed into a setting for the biggest and sexiest Halloween Costume Party on the Westside hosted by Eric Bigger of ABC’s The Bachelorette & Bachelor in Paradise. $30+; Saturday, 8 pm; 1819 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA

Haunted Monster HotelaStation Hollywood The Living Room at W Hollywood

Featuring multiple bars, bottle service and top DJs, the W Hollywood’s Haunted Monster Hotel Party will be a costume-filled Halloween extravaganza. The party will be located across the W Hollywood’s two bars, Station Hollywood and The Living Room, and include candy and cocktails for festive partying while you boogie on the dance floor all night long. $35+; Saturday, 9 pm – 2 am; 6250 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Preux & Proper’s 2nd Annual Big Lebowski Brunch

Beverage Director Kassady Wiggins will kick-off the celebration with cocktails like One Hell Of A Caucasian White Russian Frozen Daiquiri made with Effen Vodka and St. George Nola Coffee Liqueur; Enjoying My Coffee with Knob Creek Bourbon, cold brew coffee, Stoneground Guerrero Chocolate, cream and Miracle Mile Orange Bitters; and Good Sarsaparilla made with cardamom and clove-Infused Tito’s Vodka, vanilla bean, and ginger sassafras simple. The Big Lebowski themed plates from Executive Chef Sammy Monsour, include “I Told That Kraut A Thousand Fucking Times I Don’t Roll On Shabbos” House Andouille Nachos made with 2-day kraut, Thousand Island dressing, gruyere, toasted caraway and pickled mustards seeds for the table to start things off; “Those are good burgers, Walter,” an In-N-Out style 2X2 made with Strauss organic grass-fed beef patties on buttered brioche; and the “You want a toe? I can get you a toe, believe me,” a BBQ fried chicken bánh mi with pig trotter terrine, Thai basil, mint, cilantro, cucumber, jalapeño, and lime crema. Sunday, 12 – 4 pm; 840 South Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90015; 213.896.0090

The Westside’s Largest Halloween Dance Party

Spin PR’s 11th Annual Halloween Bash Returns as Club Asylum! 1212 transforms itself into a stunning multi-level dance club with a huge dance floor, giant disco ball, Hotpoint video booth, bumpin DJ, state of the art sound and lighting, the best Halloween decor in town, and more. Don’t miss the largest Halloween Party on the Westside with haunted food and drink specials between 9-11pm. $20/VIP: $30 (adv); Saturday, 9 pm – 2 am; 1212 3rd St, Santa Monica, CA 90401

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre 

Five teenagers are face to face with a deadly rural family. This horror movie is one of the most terrifying films ever made. Pack a picnic with beer and wine for a slashing time under the stars, DJ sets before and after the film, and a photo booth that brings American gothic to Hollywood’s big screen. $18 – $20; Saturday, 7 pm; Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038

Día de los Muertos Party at Luminarias

Dance the night away to live music by Azucar while sipping on drink specials including $10 Flaming Cocktails and $30 Beer Buckets. The evening will also include a costume contest with a $150 gift card for 1st place and $75 gift card for 2nd place. $25; Saturday, 8 pm – 1:30 am; 3500 Ramona Blvd, Monterey Park, CA 91754

Carrera de los Muertos 5k

Join in the Carrera de los Muertos, a vibrant 5k run that honors Day of the Dead. The course starts on history Olivera Street, runs through lower Chinatown and then onto Alameda Street towards Los Angeles State Historic Park. Traditions include face painting to resemble skulls, decorating altars with bright orange marigold flowers, candles, photos and other memorabilia. There will be an official Runners Altar for participants to decorate and a post race, finish line festival with art, music, community and fun for all! $47 – $67; Saturday, 6:45 am – 2 pm; Olivera St, Los Angeles, CA; Register here




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