The spookiest holiday is finally here and we have all of your go-to brunches and Halloween activities to make this weekend spooktacular!
Wear Your Costume To Brunch
Are you a hero or a villain? Well, no matter who you decide to be for Halloween, Shaw’s Crab House is hosting a Heroes and Villains costume brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday! This spooky seafood brunch will cost $55 for adults, but is free for children 12 years old and younger. More info here.
You don’t have to be dressed as hero or villain to partake in the fun at Zella’s! ll costumes are welcome to brunch at Zella! You’ll receive $5 off your brunch if you wear a costume, plus there will be a costume contest and other cash prizes. More info here.
For our health-conscious readers, we recommend the Nana Organic Halloween brunch. Nana’s brunch kicks off at 9 a.m. and goes till 2:30 p.m., giving you plenty of time to enjoy brunch. Better yet, everyone who wears a costume to brunch will receive a gift card to use after November 1st, 2015. Un-boo-lievable! More info here.
#BasicBitch Pumpkin Brunch
A Bitch favorite, Kanela Cafe, is getting into the seasonal spirit! Kanela Cafe is offering a $10 pumpkin pancakes topped with cream cheese icing all weekend long! Or you could enjoy any of their menu classics, our Chicago editor, Allison, who had the red velvet French toast! Yum! No matter what you choose, you can’t go wrong. More info here.
Doughnuts are an indulgence that we take seriously here at Bitches Who Brunch, and when the doughnuts are holiday themed, count us in! Check out the Halloween Doughnuts at Glazed and Infused at any of their locations all weekend. More information here.
For our friends in the ‘burbs, check out the Pumpkin and Pancakes event at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center! There will be a special brunch for Halloween full of activities for kids, games, raffles, trick-or-treating, and more! For more information click here and for reservations, call (630) 850-5507.
Scary movies are a must on Halloween, and what better way to start the holiday than by watching the 80’s classic, Evilspeak!, at Empty Bottle. Movie starts and 2 p.m. and tickets are available here.
After brunching at your favorite spot, head to the Chicago Botanical Gardens and watch (or participate!) in the Spooky Pooch Parade with your favorite costumed canine! There will also be a costume contest and prizes to be won, so buy yourself a ticket and register here.
Need a Halloween party where you can rock your costume in a haunted hotel? Yup, we thought so! The Haunted Halloween Ball at the Congress Plaza Hotel is where you need to be this Halloween and best of all, the hotel is classified as one of the most haunted hotels in the world. Eeek! Buy a ticket here.