If you’re into ghosts, ghouls and such like these restaurants all give that spooky atmosphere – whether it the décor and costumes worn by the wait staff, actors or just the fact that some of the innocuous-looking restaurants on this list have a dark past…
About: This is the restaurant where every day is Halloween – as they put it they cater to “all things dark and lovely”. Expect a dark Goth-like interior when you enter. There’s plenty of Tim Burton themed stuff to experience, and you can catch a movie on the big screen. It’s not just supper it’s an experience. Reservations are for dinner only – you can drop in unannounced for a drink like the Coconut Skellington or some other ghoulish concoction. You’re welcome to bring the kids, although some of the costumes of the wait staff and entertainers could be a bit scary for young kids – best bring them from around the age of 10. You may be greeted by Edward Scissorhands, be able to chat to Willy Wonka or see Lidia.
When: Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 4:00 pm to 11:30 pm, Thursday Friday and Saturday from 4:00 pm to 2:00 am.
Cost: $35 -45 for a prix fix three-course meal with a number of choices, including vegetarian and vegan options.