Cover From Day of the Dead feasts to Halloween staycations, we list out the best spooky events for 2020 (Photo: Courtesy of Cordis Hong Kong)

From Halloween themed staycations, to spooky cocktail specials, and even a Money Heist-themed party, we're listing the best Halloween events for 2020

Covid-19 may have put most events on pause this year, but the spirit of Halloween isn’t completely gone. While huge parties at Lan Kwai Fong may not be happening, there are still some festive activities and events around town.

Whether you’re looking for a ghoulish drink or if you’re looking to throw an intimate Halloween gathering with friends at the hotel, here are the best Halloween events around town. 

See also: 5 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In October 2020

1. The Dispensary Vault Party

When: October 29, 9pm till late

Where: The Dispensary

What: The Dispensary is turning its bar into the next dramatic bank robbery location at its Vault Lockdown Party on October 29. Inspired by Money Heist on Netflix, guests will be greeted by a team of Dali-masked misfits dressed in the show’s signature red jumpsuits. A big Money Heist fan? Participate in the trivia quiz to win a special blood-red cocktail made specially by cocktail master, Alberto Aldave. 

Come dressed in your best haunting attire—guests with the best costume will stand the chance to win brunch vouchers or bottles of bubbles that night. 

Learn more about The Dispensary Vault Party

2. Cordis Halloween Staycation

When: October 31

Where: Cordis Hong Kong

What: Skip the party queues and check yourself in for a weekend of pure indulgence instead. Cordis is introducing a Halloween-themed afternoon tea buffet staycation package on the October 31 where guests will feast on spooky-looking desserts including the classic croquembouche, pumpkin face orange macaron and an eyeball-shaped white chocolate raspberry mousse cake. 

Kid-friendly Halloween activities will also be held on the day, such as a series of game booths and a good old-fashioned trick or treat session around the hotel. Afterwards, head back to your family hotel room and spend the night binging on scary movies to get into the Halloween spirit. 

Learn more about Cordis’ Halloween Staycation Packages

See also: 5 Hong Kong Hotels For A Staycation With Friends

3. Aqua Luna Haunted Harbour Cruise

When: October 31, between 6:30-9:30pm

Where: Victoria Harbour, pickup from Central or Tsim Sha Tsui

What: What’s better than a night cruise by the harbour? A Halloween-themed one. Aqua Luna will be transforming their signature night cruise into a ship of terrors on the October 31. 

As eerie Halloween tunes play in the background, enjoy a free-flow selection of drinks including prosecco, house wine, beer, soft drinks and juices to calm your nerves. 

Learn more about Aqua Luna Haunted Harbour Cruise

4. Te Quiero Mucho ‘Day Of The Dead’ Fiesta

When: October 29 to November 5

Where: Te Quiero Mucho

What: Head over to Te Quiero Mucho in Sheung Wan to celebrate Día de Los Muertos––Day of the dead––from October 29 to November 5.

Introducing two hours of free-flow tipples where guests can enjoy a menu of limited-time cocktails specially crafted with Mexican tequila, house wines, beers, Margaritas and Micheladas, pair the cocktails with a few rounds of the restaurant’s delicious tacos, followed by some traditional ceramic skull painting for a ghoulish good time. 

Learn more about Te Quiero Mucho

5. Stazione Novella Doggy Halloween

When: October 31, 9am to 2pm 

Where: Stazione Novella 

What: Don’t feel like dressing up? Don’t sweat it. Make your pup do all the hard work instead. Stazione Novella will be throwing a dog-friendly Halloween celebration at their annual Doggy Halloween event on the October 31. Dress your pet up and get a free coffee or espresso martini on the house from 12pm to 2pm. If you’re afraid that your pooch will feel left out, they’ll also get a free house-made pupperoni on the day. 

Learn more about Stazione Novella Doggy Halloween

See also: The Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants And Cafes In Hong Kong

6. TMK The Lost Boys

When: October 31

Where: TMK

What: Start the night with a complimentary cocktail syringe shooter at temakeria TMK and be prepared to spend the night devouring modern hand rolls and other Japanese sharing plates under the restaurant’s Halloween-special Mohawk menu. Take it up a notch by adding the free-flow package, which includes unlimited beer and sake for 90 minutes.

Learn more about TMK

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7. Honi Honi Free-Flow Halloween Menu

When: October 31

Where: Honi Honi 

What: Bubbles, bloody mojito, pumpkin organic vodka punch and a variety of Halloween special sweet treats—what’s not to love? Hawaiian cocktail lounge, Honi Honi will be combining their eighth-anniversary celebrations with Halloween for the ultimate experience. 

Learn more about Honi Honi 

8. Taqueria Super Macho Día de los Muertos

When: October 31

Where: Taqueria Super Macho

What: Taqueria Super Macho will be celebrating Día de Los Muertos with a special brunch for one day only. From brunch classics such as ribeye and potato hash-based Huevos Divorciados, to Baja-inspired tacos, the event is topped off with free-flow Margaritas and beer to keep the good times going.

Finish the meal with a haunting face painting, then come back in the evening for some Halloween treats and off-menu Tijuana-style beef birria tacos. 

9. The Pawn Buena Vista

When: October 31, 7pm

Where: The Pawn, 1/F Botanical Bar

What: Celebrate Festival of the Dead with live entertainment and body painting at The Pawn in Wan Chai this Halloween. Putting a Halloween twist to their usual Buena Vista Social Club event, enjoy some deliciously spooky cocktails while listening to a night of live music. 

10. Lee Lo Mei Halloween Party

When: October 31, 7pm-12am

Where: Lee Lo Mei

What: Halloween tattoo stickers, three-hours of live DJ performance and buy-one-get-one YAU beers all night, Lee Lo Mei's Halloween party is a guaranteed night of fun. Offering a special set menu for HK$398 per person that night, expect to munch on the restaurants' signature dishes including LEE's little lobster. 

From 26-30 October, Lee Lo Mei will be partnering with YAU, giving diners who purchase a pint of brand's beer a chance to win complimentary prizes through their Halloween lucky draws. If you're a sucker for fried chicken, beer and merch, make your way to Lee Lo Mei next week.

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