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Burlesque at Prohibition; ZaZa's Freak Show; Haunting at Américas

A mini round-up of spooktacular events for Halloween

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Downtown: Get your first look at the new Prohibition Supperclub & Bar with the Moonlight Dolls in The Masque of the Red Death. The dinner show is an ominous, immersive theatrical production. Dress to impress (costume is required) and indulge in food, wine and endless entertainment at this luxurious fête. The show will run through November 1. General admission starts at $50 per person. VIP admission and table packages also available. [Eaterwire]

Museum District: Hotel ZaZa's Halloween Freak Show at Monarch Bistro on October 31 promises a night of specialty cocktails, light bites and entertainment provided by Houston-native Lady Bunny.  Admission is $75 per person. Book a hotel room for the evening and receive $25 off admission. [Eaterwire]

Galleria: Do a little adult trick or treating for yourself at Cacao & Cardamom. Pick up Annie Rupani's Pumpkin Caramels-a milk chocolate caramel ganache, spiced with pumpkin puree and warming spices for $2.50 a piece (box prices start at $12). [Eaterwire]

CityCentre/River Oaks: Head over to RA Sushi in Highland Village and CityCentre for a Boo Bash on October 31. Featured Halloween eats include the Zombie Roll of spicy salmon, cucumber, cilantro and jalapeño rolled, topped with avocado and sriracha. The Haunted Potions list features items such as Geisha's Spell, a magical concoction of cold lemonade, Skyy Raspberry vodka, Chambord, fresh lemon sour and a splash of soda. Bonus: those in cool costume might pocket some cool treats, such as RA Sushi gift certificates. The night of thrills and chills begins at 11 p.m. [Eaterwire]

River Oaks: Come thirsty and dress to kill for the third annual Haunting of the Americas on October 31. There's a costume contest, and Halloween-themed drink specials that include the Candy Corn Pisco Sour, a twist on the Cordua Classic that brings out your inner child and the Witches Brew, a whimsical punch bowl for your enjoyment...if you dare. [Eaterwire]

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