CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN AT KUTSHER’S TRIBECA
On October 31, kids wearing costumes get a free entrée from the Kutsher’s Tribeca kids’ menu—which includes pigs in a blanket, grilled cheese, meatballs, chicken fingers, organic pasta, and crispy potato latkes—when their parent or guardian purchases an appetizer or entrée (offer available at lunch or dinner). And that entire week, we’ll be serving all-natural pumpkin pie soda, pumpkin-pie ice cream sodas, and pumpkin hamentashen. 186 Franklin, 212-431-0606, kutsherstribeca.com.
LOOKING FOR AN AWESOME HALLOWEEN COSTUME?
The new “Studio 4 Retail Space” at Downtown Dance Factory has full-on costumes, as well as components to make your own—including capes, wings, tutus, accessories, and more. Kids love this stuff! You’re pretty much guaranteed that anything you purchase will get worn much more than once. Downtown Dance Factory, 291 Broadway (at Reade), 5th floor, 212-962-1800, downtowndancefactory.com.
WOODROW’S HALLOWEEN PARTY
Trick-or-treat with your kids then come and join us at Woodrow’s starting 7 p.m. on Halloween night for scary drinks, costume prizes, and a good time all night in our Downstairs Lounge. Even try a beer Growler if you dare!
Otherwise Woodrow’s is serving brunch, lunch, and dinner, has 29 beers on tap, with daily drink, dining and draft specials. Visit woodrows.com for news and details.
TRIBECA MEDSPA HAS A TREAT FOR YOU
With TriBeCa MedSpa in your neighborhood, it’s easier to be a sexy witch than a scary one. Book an appointment and bring this Halloween treat to receive $50 off any service before the end of November. 114 Hudson St., 212-925-9500, www.tribecamedspa.com.
DOES HALLOWEEN MAKE YOU HUNGRY?
Visit Churrascaria Tribeca, the authentic Brazilian steakhouse at 221 W. Broadway, for an amazing parade of delectable meats and more. And on Friday and Saturday night, a band plays Brazilian jazz. Reservations recommended: 212-925-6969, churrascariatribeca.com.
VISIT SARABETH’S TRIBECA FOR A HOMEMADE HALLOWEEN
Sarabeth’s Tribeca is getting in the Halloween spirit with homemade candy apples—offered as daily specials and sold at the bakery—and delicious cocktails such as the Witch’s Brew (Galliano, Malibu, pineapple juice, and club soda), Gizmo Martini (Ultimat vodka, lychee juice), and Pumpkin Pie Martini. On October 31, the restaurant will have its traditional special, pumpkin soup, and hand out candy to trick-or-treaters.
TAKE YOUR COSTUME TO THE NEXT LEVEL AT PAS DE DEUX SALON
As a Halloween special, Pas de Deux Salon is excited to offer makeup application for children for just $20-$30. Adult makeup application is available as usual ($55 for mini makeup and $65-$90 for full makeup application). For special effects, please provide your own makeup. Also, we are offering an exclusive promotion for Tribeca Citizen readers: $45 for blowouts with select stylist through November. Just mention TC upon booking. 79 Worth St., 212-274-0079, pasdedeuxsalon.com.
ROC’N ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY
ROC‘s Halloween party has been a Tribeca tradition since 2001, when owner Rocco Cadolini wanted to boost the neighborhood’s spirits. The staff dresses in costume—this year’s theme is “come as your favorite pop or hip-hop star”—and diners are invited to join them. (Costumes are suggested but not required.) No cover charge, just dinner, and we’ll have fabulous Halloween specials and decorations. The evening usually tops off with dancing—and there’s always a solo from Rocco. To reserve, call 212-625-3333 or visit rocrestaurant.com.
ANNUAL HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL AT WASHINGTON MARKET PARK
A longstanding Tribeca tradition that brings all the neighborhood’s children together to parade down Greenwich Street and arrive in the park for a huge Halloween festival with games and music. Sunday, October 28, from 1 to 3 p.m., rain, snow, or shine. The costume parade will assemble at 12:45 p.m. at N Moore and Greenwich. Activities in the park will include: Monster Toss, Arts and Crafts, Hay Maze, Penny in a Haystack, Bone Dig, Tattoos, Bubble Graveyard, the Princess Katie and Racer Steve Band, Silent Best Costume awards and more. The details are here. And Tribeca’s own Jaime Vinas did the cool graphic above.
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