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Celebrate Halloween in London with terrifying teas, bloody brunches and gory cocktails.
London Hilton on Park Lane is offering Halloween Afternoon Tea from 26 October to 5 November, with scary sandwiches, creepy cupcakes, chilling chocolate and supernatural scones. The tea costs £32.50 per person or £39.50 with champagne.
The Roof Gardens is serving a range of bloodcurdling cocktails from 24 to 27 October – try Blood Clot and Sand with pomegranate blood splatter and blood clot brÃ»lée. The venue’s hosting a Halloween Spooktacular on 27 October.
Over at Antico restaurant, things are set to take a scary turn in the downstairs bar on 27 October. There’s a free black and white fancy dress party from 5pm, with Blow My Skull Off cocktails, Trick or Treat shooters, dancing and silent black and white horror movies.
Shaka Zulu’s voodoo-themed Halloween party promises to be one of London’s most frightening events, with eerie circus acts, dancers, a Halloween witch doctor and delicious cocktails. Look out for the Shaka curse!
The Brompton Bar & Grill is hosting a Halloween brunch party on 27 October from 12 noon to 5pm. There’ll be “bloodbaths” at every table where you can build your own Bloody Mary, plus a horrifying menu, live jazz and a little devils area for kids.
Finally, if you fancy doing something good this Halloween, head to one of Chipotle Mexican Grill’s five London restaurants on 31 October. Customers in fancy dress can enjoy a burrito, burrito bowl, salad or tacos for just £2 after 4pm, with all profits going to charity FoodCycle.