8 Spooky Halloween Events Happening in NYC

  • The Devil’s Birthday Bash at The Roof – 10/27, starts at 9pm

Come celebrate all of your sins at The Roof on Friday, October 27th at 9pm. Themed costumes are strongly encouraged and Chazz Rockwell will be spinning all night. Tickets are not being sold, but table reservations are strongly encouraged, especially for groups of 6 or more.


  • Zombie Prom at Mr. Purple – 10/27, starts at 10pm

Mr. Purple is hosting a Zombie Prom themed Halloween party on Friday, October 27th at 10pm. Your deadliest formal attire is strongly encouraged and DJ Danga will be spinning all night. Can you think of a better way to celebrate Halloween than with 360-degree breathtaking views of the city? Didn’t think so…so join us for Mr. Purple’s Zombie Prom – it’ll be a night to dismember!


Street Taco is going all out for Day of the Dead, offering food and beverage specials throughout the week, plus one big night full of deadly fun over the weekend.
Saturday, Oct. 28th:

  • Street Taco will be decked out in Day of the Dead decorations
  • DJ MK spinning all night
  • Costumes highly encouraged!

Oct. 28th-Nov. 2nd:

  • Pig Head Carnitas Taco offered for $5 special (pig head carnitas, chicharrones, avocado crema, onion, serrano salsa, cilantro)
  • Drink specials of Blood Orange Margarita ($8) and Witches Brew Sangria ($6) both offered

LIMITED TIME – Oct. 31st-Nov. 2nd: Dia de los Puercos

  • Large Format DIY Pig’s Head Dinner Fiesta – Roasted succulent Half Pig’s Head served with Corn Pops, Salsa, Accoutrements, and Churros! $150 total (not including tax and gratuity) Beverages not included. Feast serves 4-5 people
  • Secured reservations required with 72 hours notice and credit card available at 7pm and 9pm ONLY with 2 seatings per time slot, per night!
  • Inquiries, Questions, and Reservation requests email: info@streettacony.com


  • “The Deuce” Halloween Edition at Rosewood Theater – 10/28, starts at 10pm 

Rosewood Theater is throwing “The Deuce” Halloween Edition: The Ultimate Pimps and Harlots Party on Saturday, October 28th beginning at 10pm. Bask in eerie thrills and party like there’s no tomorrow while the DJ spins top hits and mashups. And for the party fiends with even more sinful tastes, VIP tables and bottle packages will be offered and a free drink goes to everyone dressed in theme. Tickets can be purchased here.

Bodega Negra’s favorite Monday night Mexican dinner party will take on a spooky twist Monday, 10/30. The boozy weekly suppers, held at Bodega Negra in the Dream Downtown hotel, are spiked with variety acts like fire-breathers, burlesque performers in Dia de los Muertos makeup and a tabletop dancer who prances to the Champ’s “Tequila.” They are hosting a costume contest for the night where the top three costumes will win some loco prizes. PLUS, special Halloween offerings – Don Huevo Orange dessert ($16), with all the flavors of an ice cream sundae, Bodega Negra’s Don Huevo has a delectable dome-shaped dessert hiding inside its white chocolate dome. After the server pours hot modelo caramel sauce on top, the dome melts open like a flower to reveal a dark chocolate molten cake topped with a scoop of horchata ice cream. Also their Loco Halloween cocktail with activated charcoal with an orange salt rim and dehydrated pumpkin garnish.

  • Halloween Party at The VNYL – 10/31, starts at 8pm

Spells & Curses (a band!) performing in the main room. Special $10 cocktail called Black Sclera (including Activated charcoal, beet juice, and more!)


Rosewood Theater is paying tribute to legend Hugh Hefner Tuesday, October 31st beginning at 9pm with their RIP Hef Tribute Party. Playboy’s 50th Anniversary Playmate of the Year Colleen Shannon will DJ the night alongside playmates Kyla Collins, Aimee Rose and Konstantina Gianni. VIP tables and bottle services will be available through reservations.


  • New York’s Village Halloween Parade – 10/31, starts at 7pm

Every year, 50,000 folks parade up Sixth Avenue—decked out in some of the City’s scariest, most inventive and most hilarious costumes—while numerous live bands complement the ghoulish revelry. Show up with a creative costume of your own and join the parade (but note that a costume is a must to march!), or stick to your civvies and take in the spectacle from the sidelines. Marchers line up on Sixth Avenue between Canal and Spring Streets. The parade gets rolling at 7pm and heads north up Sixth Avenue to 16th Street. For more information, check out their website.

Happy Halloween!