10 Celebrations For Halloween 2018

BY Michael Muzquiz | October 19, 2018 | Feature

Whether you want a low-key evening or anything but, here are 10 ways to celebrate Halloween this year.
Halloween has arrived in Miami.

Night Sky
Lightkeepers is getting into the Halloween spirit early with its Full Moon Party, an evening that includes $5-$8 bites and cocktails, a DJ and (if you so wish) howling at the full moon. Oct. 25, 6PM, 455 Grand Bay Drive, Key Biscayne, 305.365.4165

High Spirits
The 50th floor of the W Miami gets into the spirit with Nightmare on Brickell Avenue, a party that encourages attendees to dress to scare. While there, be sure to check out the Halloween themed cocktails at the hotel’s ADDiKT restaurant, including the Bloody Hell ($15), a mix of Jameson, vermouth and St. Germaine topped with a black orange circle. Oct. 26, 10PM, $15-$1,500, 485 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305.503.4400

The Main Event
Halloween is a big, big deal at The Biltmore and this year is no different. The annual costume party is one of the city’s best thanks to award categories that include funniest, most creative, best group and scariest. The evening includes a buffet dinner and premium bar. Oct. 26, 8PM, $150, Country Club Ballroom, 1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables, 305.913.3230

Glam it Up!
Jane Austen meets the zombie apocalypse at The Glam Dead, a freakish and fabulous Halloween celebration at The Living Room at the Faena presented by Avion Tequila and featuring live performances by Patrick and The Swayzees. The costume dress code? Think Victorian gothic. For ticket prices, email Oct. 27, 9PM, 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786.655.5600

All-Day Affair
Biscayne Bay Brewing is all about Boos & Brews this Halloween. The brewery will be serving up $8 beer flights and candy pairings all day long and is encouraging visitors to come dressed up. A costume contest takes place at 9:30PM. Oct. 27, 8000 NW 25th St., Doral, 305.381.5718

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