Halloweekend is upon us! Plenty of spook-tacular events and parties are going down in the hometown. Everything from freaky dance parties to scary movie screenings to get you in the spirit of Halloween! It's time to get a little creepy, JC!
Thursday, October 25th:
A Taste of Spain at Satis Bistro
Join Satis Bistro this Thursday for a four course pre-fixe dinner for $75, not including tax and gratuity. What is included though is wines from the Priorat region of Spain. For reservations (which are required) please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The event starts at 7:30pm. 212 Washington St.
Oktoberfest Charity Event at Zeppelin Hall
Drinking for a cause! Celebrate Oktoberfest while helping out the Community FoodBank of New Jersey. Tickets are $100 and 100% goes to the charity. The event from 6pm-10pm includes a 2-hour open bar, food buffet, games, prizes, and more fun! 88 Liberty View Dr.
Ladies Night at Lucky 7's
Ladies enjoy half-priced drinks all night starting at 8pm. Dudes don't get left out though and guys can enjoy discounted Coors Lite cans and Fireball shots. DJ Dangerous Dave Feldman will be bringing the tunes at 10pm. 322 2nd St.
Friday, October 26th:
Lutze Halloween Bash at Harborside Atrium
This Friday October 26th, Lutze is teaming up with Harborside to throw a Halloween bash. There will be a DJ, drink specials, food vendors, costume contest and more from 8pm-1am. Tickets are available for purchase via Eventbrite or at the door. 210 Hudson St.
Screening of Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger at Monty Hall
On Friday, October 26th Monty Hall will be hosting a showing of Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger, a silent film from 1927 about a serial killer on the loose in London. However, things won't be completely silent because the movie will be accompanied by live score from Morricone Youth. Tickets are $12. 43 Montgomery St.
Saturday, October 27th:
Halloween Trivia at WORD
Are you a Halloween freak? Test your knowledge (or learn more about it) with Halloween trivia at WORD this Saturday. Entrance is only $5, the event includes wine, and the $5 is good towards anything in the store. Trivia starts at 6pm. 123 Newark Ave.
Terminal of Terror III
A Halloweekend extravaganza. On Saturday October 27th, the Central Railroad Terminal at Liberty State Park will be transformed into a Freak Show. A Spooky Circus for families from 11am-4pm and a 21+ Freak Show dance party from 9pm-2am. Use promo code HAVEANIGHT for $5 off your ticket here. 200 Morris Pesin Dr.
5th Annual 5K & Family Fun Glow Walk and Run
The Epilepsy Foundation of NJ is hosting a 5K Glow Walk and Run at Liberty State Park this Saturday from 3pm - 7pm. Halloween dress-up is encouraged but not required. Sign up here. Note: This is a weather permitting event. 200 Morris Pesin Dr.
Halloween Vampire Ball at The Velvet Rose
Vamp it up and party VIP style, 2-bottle specials are $350 at The Velvet Rose. But of course there will be a costume contest. Enjoy 3 bars from 8pm - 3am this Saturday night. 150 Bay St.
The Hutton's Halloween Party
Looking for a Halloween party in The Heights? The Hutton is hosting their 2nd annual Halloween party this Saturday. A DJ will be on the patio until from 8pm- 12pm and the party will continue inside until 2:30 am with drinks specials and a costume contest. 225 Hutton St.
Halloween Party at South House
This Saturday October 27th, South House will be hosting a Halloween party with a DJ, drink specials and costume contest. The party starts at 8pm and "a night of surprises" is promised. 149 Newark Ave.
Young Frankenstein Nite at Loew's Theater
Come out and party mascaraed in a historic baroque setting. The ball will take place in the Grand Lobby of The Loews Theatre. Mel Brook's Young Frankenstein will be playing on the 50ft. big screen. Light refreshments will be served, costume contest, prizes, and more are all a part of the evening's festivities. Cash bar only and the soiree starts at 7pm and goes until 1am. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. 54 Journal Square.
Sunday, October 28th:
Farmer's Market at Lincoln Park
Grab some fresh fall produce, right from New Jersey's farms at Lincoln Park. This Sunday from 10am-3pm. 1 Lincoln Park
Written by Kaitlyn De Leonardis
Jersey City born, Kait loves how the city has flourished since her childhood, and the fact that she can now enjoy it as an adult. She can often be found running by the waterfront, in the local vintage shops or killing it on the foosball table at South House. Her hobbies include brunch, shopping, and Instagram. What like those aren't hobbies? Follow her outfits and antics @outfittedand_about!