For the Dinner Crowd: Marche’ Bacchus French Bistro & Wine Shop is hosting a #Yelloween Celebration Party with specials including a dozen oysters for $95 or a half ounce of #caviar for $115 with the purchase a Brut Yellow Label bottle of Veuve Clicquot! Costume Contest (judging at 8:30pm)! Entertainment by the talented songstress, Nieve Malandra, 6:30 – 9:30pm! White truffles are also available to supplement a dish for an additional $40. All participants receive two free #Champagne flutes with a bottle purchase of Veuve Clicquot. www.marchebacchus.
Families who love Animals: Boo at the Zoo at Lion Habitat Ranch, Halloween to Saturday, November 2nd, 11am to 3pm. $25 for nonlocal admission or $20 for local admission. One adult admission also includes one child under 14 for free. Children 4 and under are always free. Tickets can be purchased in advance online or at the gate on the days of the event. The Lions will be receiving some extra Halloween themed enrichment. Trick or Treat stations and plenty of photo opps around the property, plus a scavenger hunt to learn more about extinction and conservation. lionhabitatranch.org
For the Haunted House Lover: The Las Vegas Haunts: ASYLUM & HOTEL FEAR, located at Meadows Mall, is open 6:30pm until Midnight. Tickets are $17.00 for a single attraction, $27.00 for a Combo ticket to both haunts. Partial proceeds benefit Paradise Ranch Foundation, a local charity dealing with mental health though HAT (Horse Assisted Therapy) http://www.
For the Escape Room Enthusiast: Once Upon an Escape Room is offering $3 off with online code: HALLOWEENMAGIC. The fairy tale themed rooms are located at 5067 Arville Street, Las Vegas, NV 89118. For more information, visit the website at: http://www.
Halloween Carnival Go-ers: Families can enjoy Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch at Boca Park. Featuring a wide selection of pumpkins, rides, games, and food all geared toward families with children ages 2-10 years old. Open til 9:30pm. Admission and parking are always free! www.lvpumpkinpatch.com
Safety Message:The Clark County Medical Alliance reminds everyone to to be safe and use proper Halloween safety protocols: Carry a flashlight, do not eat open candy, look both ways before crossing the street, wear reflectors, ensure you can’t trip on costumes, and only accept candy at the door (do not go inside). A special note, trick or treaters with blue Halloween buckets signify the child may have Autism or have non-verbal behavior.