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Halloween fun at Louisville restaurants

Halloween fun
Halloween fun
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Halloween is like a city holiday here it seems. Everyone decorates their yards the way other cities do for Christmas; there are more haunted houses and corn mazes in the metro area than perhaps any other in the country; and pumpkin patches are not just a thing seen on the outskirts of town. As such probably everyone you know is planning to do something fun this Saturday night, or is at least planning to be waiting with candy for the tiny terrors.

With such a fun holiday, why not plan to have fun with family or friends at a restaurant this holiday? Lots of bars will have fun parties no doubt, but if you're not in the mood for something quite as crazy as the Phoenix Hill costume party? There are probably a million and a half things going on, and unfortunately it is harder to find than one would think. However, here are a few that are being advertised and may seem perfect for your fright night fun! Comments on other fun activities are encouraged.

Browning's Restaurant and Brewery: On the 30th Browning's, located next to Slugger Field downtown, will host a charity-driven Halloween party. For $20/person you will get entrance and an appetizer spread. The event will go from 7-11pm, with a costume contest at 8pm. 401 East Main Street, (502) 515-0174

Cumberland Brews: If you know about or witnessed the Zombie Walk in the Highlands in August, I'm sure your imagination will run wild with regards to Halloween in the Highlands. Start your Halloween evening right with cask conditioned pumpkin pie ale at Cumberland, plus other fun Halloween festivities. 1576 Bardstown Road, (502) 458-8727

Maker's Mark Lounge at 4th Street Live: If you're looking for a crazy huge Halloween celebration, 4th Street Live will certainly be the place to go. Start your evening with a 3 course (including drinks) meal at Maker's Mark Lounge for $50. They will also have a door prizes throughout the night. Reservations are encouraged. 446 South Fourth Street, (502) 568-9009

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