Offshore Rooftop is transforming its expansive all-season deck space at the east end of Navy Pier into a haunted sunken pirate ship this Halloween. On Saturday 28 October, Offshore will offer all guests the opportunity to walk the plank and experience a shipwreck, with tickets including a 4-hour Premium Bar (endless drinks) paired with plenty of snacks throughout the evening.
Doors open at 8pm and the night will be filled with giveaways, a haunted costume contest, music, dancing and more. This event is for ages 21 and up and tickets are non-refundable.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite here.
Travel Lounge at The Langham, Chicago
On Saturday, October 28, guests can celebrate Halloween at the Invasion of the Villains Halloween Party or try the list of seasonal villain-themed cocktails available at the Travelle Bar throughout this Halloween season.
Travelle Bar’s cocktails take a supernatural turn with a limited-edition menu featuring five drinks that each represent a famous pop culture villain. List highlights include “Kryptonite” (Suntory Toki, Canton Ginger, Midori), “Maleficent” (Empress Gin, Crème De Violette, Blackberry, Maraschino Luxardo, Tonic) and “Hi-Ya Georgie” (Casamigo Reposado, Brandy Soaked). Cherry juice, passionfruit agave, orange syrup).
The Invasion of the Villains Halloween Party on October 28 will feature signature spooky cocktails among other surprises. Booking is available via Tock; $120 per person (value of three drinks).
To celebrate Halloween this year, LondonHouse will host “Nightmare on Wacker Drive 23” on Saturday 28 October. The LH Haunted Carnival-themed party will take place at 21 Lounge, the Etoile Ballroom, and on the LH Rooftop. Doors open at 8pm with a featured hosted bar from 8pm-12am plus live DJ performances and a costume contest. Tickets for the event cost $100 per person and can be purchased here.
On Saturday, October 28, from 8pm to 2:30am, I|O Godfrey will transform its rooftop into a grand mansion filled with dark secrets, creepy encounters and the mysteries of the past colliding with the present. Explore the gothic atmosphere and navigate through the night, where haunted igloos and mysterious performers hint at spooky secrets and a ghostly past. Reserve your spot in the modern Victorian mansion setting. Whether it’s a table in the ghostly glass hall or a secluded igloo, tickets can be purchased here.
HQ Beercade’s ‘Malice in Wonderland’ pop-up will launch on Friday, October 3 with a horror-filled tea party inspired by classic fairy tales. Enjoy signature cocktails, burlesque shows and more this Halloween.
Roberts Pizza Dough & Co
To conclude the month of October, Robert’s Pizza is hosting its third annual Howl-o-Ween event. All dog owners are welcome to stop by Robert’s Saturday, October 28 from 2 pm to 4 pm For a special pet costume show and competition for dogs! The contest will feature a winner for three different costume categories: scariest, cutest, and most creative. Humans will have a chance to compete too, so don’t be shy and get ready to win! Plus, there will be a professional pet photographer on site to take photos you can treasure for years to come. Dog treats will be available for pups and there will be Halloween cocktails for humans.
The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago
The Ritz-Carlton, Chicago will host a month-long Spooky Tea series during the month of October where guests are invited to enjoy an afternoon of sweet treats. The full menu offers a variety of sweet and savory selections created by Executive Chef Gunther Moreno and Pastry Chef Tony Roberts decorated with spooky touches.
Highlights include finger tea sandwiches such as the 400 Year Old Ghost, made with prosciutto di Parma, cornichons, grain mustard cream cheese, and Pullman brioche; Crab, made with crab salad, peppers, lemon aioli and charcoal bread; Raise Your Hands, made with smoked salmon, capers and dill; and Spike made with cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes, Boursin glaze and Pullman. The menu also features a quiche carbonara made with bucatini, smoked mushrooms and parmesan. fresh cakes; and a variety of pastries such as candy corn parfait with butterscotch cream, pumpkin pie, and caramel corn; Mummy’s Madeleine, with lemon cake and marmalade; Monster Under the Bed, with blackberry mousse and pistachio diplomat cream; RIP chocolate tart, with salted caramel and extra dark chocolate ganache; and a full moon macaron with peanut butter, banana, and silver dust. Guests can choose from a range of teas curated by French tea house Palais De Thes, or enjoy a flute of pink champagne – all set at Torali, the modern Italian steakhouse located on the 12th floor of the hotel.
Reservations are available for $80 per person and can be made on Tock. Tea service is available at 2pm on select weekends in October, including: