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Scaring Up Some Halloween Food Fun

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Although Halloween may inspire us to stay home and toast pumpkin seeds, drink Pumpkin Ale, and gorge ourselves on miniature candy bars, there are some dining-out alternatives in town that celebrate this spooky time of year. Here are a few of the restaurants in LA that are offering up specials and running events for kids big and grown in honor of Halloween.

Our first pick is Luna Park, where Halloween fun runs from October 28 to 31. Costumed diners will receive a complimentary Make-Your-Own Caramel Apple dessert. Each table will be presented with a dish of bite-size apples on Popsicle sticks, a ramekin of melted caramel sauce for dipping, and a dish filled with toasted nuts for rolling. Not in a costume? That's okay. Luna Park has added a special Halloween dessert: Decorate-Your-Own pumpkin cookies, with a selection of frostings, sprinkles and candies, to either eat at the restaurant or take home—could be more fun than carving a pumpkin! Various Halloween-inspired cocktails will also be offered and staff members will be in costume. We love Luna Park's home-style menu choices (the Mac & cheese is fantastic), so we know this is a fun spot to hit when you're on the prowl for a cozy, comfy meal.

Luna Park
672 South La Brea Avenue
(323) 934-2110