As we all scream toward Halloween and the surprising arrival of November (already??!), it’s heartening to see that four of our restaurants have announced the return of their popular Halloween parties.
McClain Cellars is hosting its first 1920s Speakeasy party on Thursday night, Oct. 28th at its Laguna Beach location in the Canyon (next to Oliver’s Osteria). Costumes ARE required! Dress up and transport yourself to the Roaring ’20s with live music, great wine and fun. The entrance fee includes your first glass of wine, a buffet-style dinner prepared by Chef Chris T’zorin and dancing. Tickets range in price from $60-$100. RSVP here.
Royal Hawaiian Fire Grill gets the weekend off to a sizzling start with a Thursday night, Oct. 28th Halloween Party from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Costumes are welcome as revelers dance to the beats of DJ AL-B. There is no cover charge.
Mozambique, one of Laguna’s longest-standing Halloween hangouts, is featuring fabulous funk band, Slapbak, on Saturday, Oct. 30th, from 9 p.m. to midnight.
Dig out the costume you planned for 2020 and dust off that weird hat you were going to wear as Mozambique’s costume contest invites some of the most unique creations around. Cover is $10.
Skyloft boldly grabs the Halloween date itself with an ’80s Night Halloween Party on Sunday, Oct. 31st, from 8:30 p.m. to midnight.
With the Radio Rebels rocking the stage, here’s your last chance to don that ingenious costume for free entry at Skyloft. You pay just a $10 cover if you already packed your costume away.