Halloween Events, Specials, Recipes and More can be Found at Various San Antonio Establishments All Week
See Halloween Events listed below:
Offering: Families can enjoy the San Antonio Museum of Art in a new way by trick-or-treating throughout the museum on Sunday, Oct. 31 from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to come dressed in their Halloween costumes as they explore the museum’s galleries. Swords, scepters, weapons, wands and full-face masks will not be permitted.
Date(s) (if applicable): Sunday, Oct. 31
Offering: This Halloween season, Taco Cabana is celebrating with the return of its popular Bean and Cheese taco coupon booklets. For a limited time and while supplies last, guests can purchase the booklets for $2 each at any Taco Cabana location. Each booklet will include five coupons for a free TC classic Bean and Cheese taco, and the $2 donation from each booklet sold will directly benefit local food banks.
Date(s) (if applicable): October 12 – 31; Coupons are redeemable through Nov. 30
Austin, Schertz, New Braunfels and San Marcos locations
On Saturday, Oct. 30, families can check out “Pumpkins & Popcorn” at EVO locations featuring a specialty screening of Scoob! at 11 a.m. Tickets to the event include a wooden pumpkin, painting and decorating supplies and a popcorn and candy snack bag. Limited tickets are available for purchase here.
Kyle, Schertz and San Marcos locations
On Wednesday, Oct. 20 EVO’s Kyle, Schertz and Springtown locations will host the annual Drunken Pumpkin Parties. Guests will each get a large pumpkin, carving tools and stencils, a snack bag and hidden prizes while they enjoy a screening of the Halloween classic, Hocus Pocus. This event is 18+, and costumes are encouraged. Tickets can be purchased here.
Throughout the month of October, select EVO locations will also be serving themed cocktails perfect for spooky season. “The Symbiote” is a strawberry margarita with a black salted rim created in honor of the highly-anticipated film Venom: Let There Be Carnage and will be available through Oct. 31. The fan-favorite Pumpkin Spiked Milkshake is also making a return this fall, made with vodka and Baileys Pumpkin Spiced Irish Cream. A non-alcoholic version of the milkshake is also available.
Offering: Beginning Thursday, October 28, Bakery lorraine will be offering a special Halloween menu at both Austin and San Antonio locations. The menu will include a black cat tart for $6 made of chocolate mousse with a vanilla filling, a lemon mummy tart for $6 made of lemon curd topped with meringue and two chocolate chips for the mummy’s eyes, a chocolate caramel tart for $6 made of a caramel filling topped with chocolate ganache, a phantom of opera cake slice for $6 layered with pumpkin spice sponge cake and buttercream topped in a rich dark chocolate glaze, a voodoo doll gingerbread cookie for $5 made of gingerbread cookie dipped in a rich dark chocolate, and a ghost moonpie for $5 made of home made graham cookies with a honey marshmallow filling dipped in a white chocolate.
Date(s) (if applicable): Thursday, October 28 through Sunday, October 31
Offering: In the spirit of celebrating Halloween on Oct. 31, family-owned salts and seasonings company, Twang, has a themed cocktail to enjoy at home using their Twang-A-Rita Nectarberry. The cocktail is appropriately named Witch’s Brew and is composed of 2 oz cinnamon liqueur, 3/4 pomegranate syrup, 3oz apple cider, and topped with champagne for a single serving. If wanting to celebrate with a bigger group, their punch recipe is composed of 16 oz cinnamon liqueur, 6oz pomegranate syrup, 24o z apple cider, and 1 full 750ml bottle of champagne. Recipe credit to Aaron Peña, Owner of Amor Eterno and Squeezebox in San Antonio, TX.
Last but not least, Ida Claire San Antonio, known for its fine southern comfort food, is hosting a Halloween soiree on its patio on Saturday, Oct. 30. During the party, there will be live music, a costume contest with prizes, $5 cocktails, bar bites and tarot card readings. This event is free to attend.
Ida Claire is located at 7300 Jones Maltsberger Road in San Antonio.