Pat yourself on the back for being ahead of the game this year for Halloween. Costumes? Check. Tickets to “A Pirate’s Life for Me”? Check. And it’s only the first week in October. Whether this year will be your first Haunting on DoG Street or not, you won’t want to miss the one-of-a-kind kid food being served in our historic taverns—for four nights only! What could be better than leaving the cooking to us on one of the busiest weekends of the year? And let’s be honest, isn’t it a lot easier to get your kids to eat their dinner when it looks like a sea monster?
The “Young Pirate’s Menu” (for the young and young at heart alike) will be served in three of our taverns October 28 through 31. We’re keeping things classic, affordable, and fun with four spooky specials that are all $5.
This cauldron crawler’s legs? Onion rings!
Each plate comes with “freaky fries” and don’t forget to wash it all down with a “Magic Potion” (lemonade or fruit punch.) While you wait for your order, flip over your menu to reveal a full page of fun—coloring and games.
Chowning’s Tavern will also be serving the special menu and does not require a reservation. Poisoned Dwarf will be providing musical entertainment in the Chowning’s back garden on both Friday and Saturday night beginning at 9 p.m.
If you can’t commit to a seated meal, stop by Blackbeard’s BBQ behind Shields Tavern from 4:30 to 9 p.m. before or after your adventures for a grab-and-go setting with outdoor seating.
And if you don’t have your “Pirate’s Life for Me” tickets yet, be sure to scoop them up while they last! Looking for something spookier? Leave the kids with your in-laws and see our haunted city like never before during the Curse of the Sea Witch. Tickets to this PG-13 experience are just $25 per person.