The Leyton Star is hosting an evening dedicated to the popular Mexican holiday - you know what that means right? Tequila, croquetas, enchiladas and all the guacamole. To top it off they've also got in a Mariachi band, so get ready for some post-supper singing and dancing.
Best Halloween Food Events in London
Halloween isn't just fake blood and spine tingling sessions in the club, some of London's most sought after restaurants are also due to put on quite the creepy spread. From themed tasting menus to scary dining experiences, we've put together a guide to some of the best Halloween dinners in London so you can get your freak, and your eat on.
Head over to Davy's Wine Vaults this Halloween where they'll be offering a delicious and only slightly spooky supper to celebrate the most ghoulish night of the year, alongside a terrifying tour of historic Greenwich that ends in their 200-year-old cellar, where you might just stumble up their resident ghost - the one and only 'Scraping Sidney'.
This Halloween, head underground to spooky vaults hidden beneath the city for a night of Medieval themed dining and entertainment. Join ghosts and ghouls as you dig into a sumptuous four-course feast, before taking to the floor and watching the court's jesters entertain you and the court's royalty.
In the real world, Halloween is when kids dress up in costumes and beg for candy. In Girl World, Halloween is a night that you can join The Plastics for the ultimate Mean Girls-inspired immersive dinner. Stop by in your finest pink outfit and indulge in a totally fetch three-course supper with cocktails to match.
Head over to Chelsea, where Barts will be amping up the drama this Halloween with a quirky murder mystery night. Tantalise your sleuthing skills with juicy tale of gangsters, gambling and intrigue, and tantalise your tastebuds with Barts' excellent selection of Halloween themed cocktails.
Ping Pong know how to make a dumpling or three, but they've taken to the menu to a spooky level this season as they celebrate Halloween in the city with a boozy brunch of Asian bites, pillowing bao and creepy concotions.
Teaming 2 mouthwatering courses and a welcome cocktail with an immersive murder mystery, The Gipsy Hill Taproom is hosting a spooktacular food event this October. Head south of the river for something a little different this month.
Taking to a top secret London location, this spooktacular supper club is going to take you on a hellish journey through Dante's Inferno, complete with live performances, themed drinks and 7 mouthwatering courses exploring the 7 deadly sins.
Old Skl Brunch is back this autumn with a Halloween special that's packed with spooktacukar antics. Expect all the usual madness an d a few seasonal surprises, with 90 minutes of bottomless drinks, delicious food, face painting, lip sync battles and themed games.
Spend your evening at a phantasmagorical drag dinner hosted by Crystal Lubrikunt and Ez Street. Sip on devilish cocktails whilst watching the queens strut their stuff, before dancing to top tunes from DJ Rifka.
Head over to 64th & Social where the bar and restaurant will play host to the latest night from bottomless brunch aficionados Uh Oh. As if three hours of bottomless cocktails weren't enough, they'll also be teaming up with Nandos to bring you one delicious meal, alongside giveaways and a pamper zone courtesy of Kiehls.
Not only is Cotton's promising prizes for the best dressed pirates, but this Halloween brunch will give you the chance to sample those tasty Caribbean dishes with free-flowing rum punch and live DJs to boot.
One of the best Halloween parties in central London, this unique evening of masquerade fun will have you chowing down of three themed courses of delicious food, including spicy pumpkin soup, salmon in saffron sauce and celeriac salted caramel.
Set in the heart of Soho, Karma Sanctum's dinner party with a difference will have you rocking and rolling right through till the early hours. Come along suited and booted according to the 'dead rockstars' theme and you'll be indulged in a three-course feast including lobster popcorn, minute steak and chocolate fudge cake… cue your finest air guitar.
Head to The Courtyard for an epic RIP(rosecco) bottomless brunch in their spooky American-style campsite and cabin, created in celebration of the newest AMS, Camp 1984. On the menu? Two hours of bubbles, beer, wine or Aperol Spritz' and Mexican-inspired brunch items.
The Exhibit is welcoming you to come along and catch the cult Halloween flick Hocus Pocus with a fang-tastic bootomless brunch. For a very reasonable £35 you'll get free-flowing bubbles, a stunning brunch and tickets to catch this absolute classic, what more could you want?
Storytelling and delicious dining collide at this Peckham supper club. Take your seats at Cafe G as master yarn spinner Eliot Giuralarocca recounts creepy tales, followed by a suitably gruesome meal, with matched cocktails.
Worldwide phenomenon Candypants is taking over The Perception at W Hotel for one hell of a brunch event. Join the central London party spot as they bring in live entertainers, serve delicious brunch plates, and dole out 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco.
Southwark's Great Guns Social is hosting a hauntingly good Halloween feast to celebrate the day. Over the night you'll be treated to an all-you-can-eat buffet and blood-curdling cocktail before cracking out your kickass moves on the dancefloor till the early hours.
Popular Hackney boozer The Star is hosting a bloody mary bottomless brunch to celebrate spooky season. Tickets only cost £25 and include a main dish, side and two hours of bottomless bloody marys, blood fizz, prosecco or mimosas - scarily good value.
A unique take on the classic Halloween movie screening, Forest Hill's The Signal is bringing you an eat-along edition of iconic movie Beetlejuice. Tuck into everything from themed cocktails and Halloween-inspired sweets, to cobweb spaghetti and artichoke fingers.