Tonight, your five-day Halloween weekend begins—with an exclusive Día de los Muertos cocktail event helmed by Julian Cox at Rivera. Plus we’re hooking you up with a selection of fall’s best burgundies and getting you 25% off an otherwise sold-out collection of Swiss-made chronographs from Skywatch.
Things to do for October 27, 2011
Skittles, Cheap Levi’s and Three Halloween Parties
The weekend is a graveyard smash.
A Very Levi’s Sample Sale
Costumes are fun for a night, but you always need jeans. So head Downtown tomorrow to grab Levi’s goods from their Made & Crafted and Vintage Clothing collections on the cheap—jeans for $60, shirts for $50 and tees for $20. And you’re set if your costume is a Canadian tuxedo.
Wine Drinking, Now with Candy Corn
The fine people of Vintage Enoteca are once again here to class up your Halloween with a four-course candy feast. Come by anytime this weekend for Skittles, candy corn, M&M’s and Snickers—all paired with an appropriate glass of wine. “Appropriate” being sort of relative here.
Two Bars, Two Nights and a Haunted Bus
Some serious Halloween crazy is going down at Villains Tavern and One-Eyed Gypsy this weekend. Think two carnival-ish nights of freak shows, punch bowls, live music and skee-ball, with a “haunted” shuttle bus going back and forth between the two spots. No, it won’t be driven by Dracula.
Dancing as Bogart. In a Wax Museum.
For the first time ever, the wax museum is doing a Halloween party. Come dressed as a dead celeb to this open-bar blowout and you’ll find three dance floors dropped amid all those creepy statues. It’s the perfect venue for your new dance move: standing incredibly still.
Your Morning-After at Tony’s
And we finish with good news: your favorite Burbank beer bar, Tony’s Darts Away, is now open for Sunday brunch. You’ve basically got two options—a Breakfast Plate (eggs, bacon, hash browns) or a Breakfast Burrito—though there are also vegan versions of each. So yeah, still two options.