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The Best Halloween Parties in Houston

Spookily Great Last-Minute Events

BY // 10.30.15

Halloween’s almost here, but there’s nothing to fear if you don’t have party plans yet. Houston’s full of fabulous spooky treats. Let’s look at some of the best last-minute Halloween events.

Hallow’s Eve Fall Festival at Revival Market
Saturday, October 31, 5 to 9 pm 
550 Heights Blvd., Houston, TX 77007
Revival Market transforms its premises into a fall wonderland just in time for Halloween with its Hallow’s Eve Fall Festival. Whether you’re young in age or just young at heart, there’s something to satisfy everyone. Enjoy a DJ, pumpkin carving and costume contests, face painting, games and an array of treats — including raffle prizes of gift cards from Coltivare, Paul’s Kitchen, Underbelly and more.

The Revival Kitchen team is also serving up grilled hamburgers and hot dogs alongside a harvest salad and sweet treats from Revival Market’s pastry chef, Alyssa Doyle. Karbach beer will also be available. Tickets for adults are $35, while kids’ tickets are $10.

Get Your Ghoul On! Halloween Event at Mkt Bar
Saturday, October 31, 7 pm to 1 am
1001 Austin St., Houston, TX 77010
Grab your costume and head to Mkt Bar to get your ghoul on this Halloween. For $12, you can enjoy spook-tacular snacks and drinks including roasted squash tarts, assorted creepy crostini, pizzas, veggie stuffed mushrooms, pulled pork sliders, vampire blood — a mix of port wine, cranberry and orange juice, topped with Forest Berry gelato and Topo Chico – and witches brew sangria.

And what’s Halloween without candy? Satisfy your sweet tooth with apple taffy gelato or trick or treat candy bar gelato. Entertainment includes George West, DJ Klandestino, and Mario Rodriguez from 7 to 10 pm and DJ Tempty from 10 pm to 1 am. Purchase tickets here

The Masque of Red Death at Prohibition Supper Club
Through Saturday, October 31, 7 to 8:30 pm and 9:30 to 11 pm
1008 Prairie St., Houston, TX 77002
Prohibition Supper Club hosts a special Halloween dinner and show titled The Masque of Red Death. Brace yourself for the Moonlight Dolls’ ominous performance accompanied by a three-course pre-fixe dinner. Tickets for the show start at $10, while the dinner is priced at $45 per person. After the show, enjoy a late-night fête at Prohibition’s Dead Prince Masquerade — an additional show and costume ball set to last until the wee hours of the morning.

The only rule of the night? Costumes are required. Purchase tickets or reserve a table here.

Dia de los Muertos at Arnoldo Richard’s Picos
Friday, October 30, 6:30 pm
3601 Kirby Dr., Houston, TX 77098
A tequila dinner and costume contest will ring in Dia de los Muertos at Arnoldo Richard’s Picos. Cocktail hour begins at 6:30 pm, followed by dinner at 7:30 pm, which will include a four-course meal paired with an array of cocktails. Not only will the cocktails feature Milagro and Milagro Single Barrel select lines, but Picos will also present its exclusive Milagro Select Barrel Picos Reserve Reposado. The night will conclude with a costume contest at 9 pm.

Tickets for the event are $99 and can be reserved at 832.831.9940. 

TABLE on Post Oak’s 2nd Annual Halloween Celebration
Saturday, October 31, 6 to 11 pm
1800 Post Oak Blvd., Houston, TX 77056
Veuve Clicquot and Roca Patron sponsor TABLE on Post Oak’s 2nd annual Halloween bash. Guests can expect a live DJ, costume contests, door prizes, cocktails and light bites. Complimentary valet is also included. RSVP by calling 713.439.10000 or email events@tablerestaurants.com. 

Vampire Bash at Tarakaan
Saturday, October 31 through Sunday, November 1
2301 Main St., Houston, TX 77002
Celebrate Halloween the entire weekend at Tarakaan‘s Vampire Bash. Guests can partake in a costume contest for a chance to win a $100 restaurant gift card, then continue to party with the sounds of DJ James Reed. Drink specials will also be available, including $60 bottles of Moet and $9 bloody berry martinis.

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