This weekend is all about channeling your inner demons. And scary clowns. And sexy kittens. And a Halloween Whopper.
It's Halloween weekend and that means dressing up and having a great time with friends. If you're still in need of a costume, might we suggest this amazing Halloween Whopper/sexy green poop combo? In any event, be safe and have fun. And, as I was once told by a bartender in New Orleans one night: How do you stop a vampire from following you home? Tip him.
Take a trip to Scotland — while never leaving Miami.
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Dewar's Scratch Cask Pop-Up Tasting Experience
If you've ever wanted to tour Scotland, here's your chance to roam the Highlands without leaving Miami. Today, October 30, Dewar's Scratched Cask is hosting a pop-up multi-sensory tasting experience at Shops at Midtown from 5 to 11 p.m. You'll enter a giant, ten-foot tall whisky barrel where you'll be transported to the Scottish Highlands, be fanned by the same flames that
Punpkin carving without the mess at home.
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Better Days Pumpkin Carving and Halloween Bash
On Friday, October 30, Better Days will host pumpkin carving. Beginning at 9 p.m., the bar will hand out a limited supply of free pumpkins so you can get creative. Get there early for happy hour from 5 to 8 p.m. Halloween night, Better Days will throw a party with a costume contest. Dress in your scary best to win cash and prizes. Don't forget to try the pumpkin moonshine cocktail.
Lincoln Road denizens of the dead.
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Halloween Parade on Lincoln Road
This is the place to see the most elaborate costumes in Miami. From giant space aliens to Day of the Dead to elaborate drag queens, Lincoln Road's Halloween costume parade is right up there with legendary Halloween celebrations like Key West Fantasy Fest and the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade. The ghouls start coming out at 6 p.m., and it just gets more interesting as the night progresses. Several Lincoln Road restaurants, like Meat Market, SushiSamba, and Quattro Gastronomia Italiana are hosting watch parties.
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Halloween at Village at Gulfstream Park
There's Halloween fun for everyone this Saturday at Village at Gulfstream Park. Bring the entire family to the kid friendly Not So Spooky Halloween party throughout the Village from 5 to 9 p.m. From 5 to 8 p.m. participating stores (and the casino) will participate in trick or treating. The Barker Animation gallery hosts a costume contest, and there are face painting and character photo opportunities. At night, the grownups take over with a movie monster bash at Martini Bar, starting at 8 p.m. Strike 10 Bowling & Sports Bar is giving away a $100 gift card to the top three costumes of the night at 10 p.m., and
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Grafitti body paint allows you to be a part of Wynwood for one evening.
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Wynwood turns super spooky on Halloween night at HalloWyn. This free block party invites you to hang out with your favorite ghouls and enjoy a DJ mixing