South American restaurants, located in Mayfair and Angel Court in London, will take customers on an immersive journey through the spooky Amazon rainforest. On October 28, Coya RITUAL will be a Halloween party at the Mayfair store, then the two restaurants will have a Halloween-themed brunch on October 30 (£ 99 per person with a bottle of champagne to share) and parties with DJs and Peruvians. dancers in the evening (£ 75 per person).
COYA 118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London, W1J 7NW and COYA 31-33 Throgmorton St, London, EC2N 2AT; coyarestaurant.com
10. Piano Works Dead Ringers Halloween Party, London
October 29 and 30
If you’re looking for a good ol ‘knee in the air, you could do worse than Piano Works’ “Dead Ringer Singer” Halloween parties that bring back favorite musicians from beyond the grave, hosted by SingEasy’s West -End- qualified singing servers. Of course, it wouldn’t be a party without a themed cocktail party, so be sure to order a Scare-tini.
47 Whitcomb St., London WC2H 7DH; pianoworks.bar/salles/tpw-west-end/
11. Spooky Skylight Rooftop Party, London
London’s largest rooftop bar at Tobacco Dock is known for its seasonal events and activities and Halloween is no different. This year, the venue’s heated and covered igloos will be dressed up spooky for a Saturday night party. All guests will receive a themed cocktail upon arrival (the Blackdeath, with Olmeca Reposado, lime juice, honey, blackberries, rosemary and sparkling water), before a full costume parade, best dressed prizes, games outdoor and all evening DJs, plus the usual cocktail bar and street food concessions to buy. Tickets at £ 15 per person and igloos can be booked for £ 150 for a maximum of 10 people.
tobacco quay, London E1W 2SF; skylightbars.com/events/halloween-at-skylight-tobacco-dock/
12. A Deliciously Spooky Gin Tasting, Stirling
A distillery tour with a difference. Departing from the Stirling Distillery, located in the shadow of the 12th-century castle, you’ll be treated to a tasting of three different glasses of gin and whiskey, and a bespoke cocktail. Next, you’ll set off on a tour of Old Stirling Prison, where the terrifying tales of David of Stirling Ghost Walks are sure to give you goosebumps.
Stirling Distillery, 9 Lower Castlehill, Stirling FK8 1EN; Stirlingdistillery.com/event/stirling-gin-ghost-walk-and-tasting-sunday-31st-october-2021/
13. Jack The Ripper Tour at Discount Suit Company, London
A Halloween institution in East London; once again, the Discount Suit Company bar is teaming up with London Walks for a Jack The Ripper tour, complete with cocktails. For £ 20 per person, guests will enjoy a 1.5-hour walking tour of London’s East End, where the famous Ripper murder spree took place, with a free punch to get things going. Once the tour is over, walkers can reduce their bill by 25% if they wish to sample one of the cocktails from the bar.
29A Wentworth Street, London E1 7 TB; theumbrellaproject.co.uk/halloween-ripper-tour-at-dsc
Halloween at home: the best baskets, tips and treats to order
If you’re having a party or just looking for snacks while waiting for the treats, here are some ideas.
1. Treat yourself to a Halloween basket
Devon Baskets were launched during the pandemic to allow two Devon companies to keep staff at work after hotels close. This year there are two special Halloween baskets filled exclusively with produce from Devon and Cornwall. For the kids, try the candy basket with Kernow chocolate, jelly beans and gourmet popcorn. Adults may prefer the adult version with Cornish tea and coffee, handmade Devon fudge, and a bottle of Tamar Tipple caramel and apple rum liqueur. Baskets start from £ 9.95 and are available for delivery nationwide.
2. Host a Halloween murder mystery with your own private boss