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Street Food Cinema is collaborating with Paramount Scares to bring Los Angeles a wonderful Halloween event this year!
This event, called Boo-Ze, Bites, and Frights, takes place at the historic Heritage Square Museum in the Montecito Heights neighborhood of LA. So included in the night is a tour of the museum, so you get to learn about interesting mysteries of haunted Victorian mansions.
But they have even more going on during this event. Expert mixologists will serve classic drinks and special Halloween cocktails. So that is a really fun, adult way to spend Halloween.
Another way to enjoy Halloween for adults is adult trick-or-treating. Because why should kids be the only ones to enjoy that? Trick-or-treating here was designed for adults, and you’ll be able to collect delicious treats as well as activations from a variety of brands.
Food trucks will also be there. They’ll be serving a variety of street food so whether you want something sweet or savory, they’ll have you covered.
And you know how I referenced Paramount Scares was collaborating with Street Food Cinema to produce this event? Well, then you had to know a movie or two was involved, right? And it just so happens each night of this event has a different double feature:
- Saturday, October 21st:
- I Know What You Did Last Summer
- Cabin in the Woods
- Sunday, October 22nd:
- Scary Movie
Another fun thing about this event is that costumes are encouraged. You can dress as a classic horror icon, a mythical creature, a beloved movie character, something from your own spooky fantasy, etc. You can find a scary costume here.
Looking for a coupon to help you save money on this event? Well, if you purchase a ticket here, then you can save money on a general admission ticket, no coupon code or promo code is even needed.
Please note that parking for this event is limited. General admission parking is available at the Metro Gold Line Heritage Square stop. Street Parking is available as well. You can also use ride-sharing services; in fact, it is encouraged.