the creep in the box cocktail at corpse reviver photo courtesy of lazy tiger

7 ways to celebrate Halloween in St. Louis

Spooky season is here and it’s time to celebrate. Here are some events that will get you in the Halloween spirit.

Lemp Brewery is hosting a Halloween pop-up Dinner Party from Hell. With a four-course dinner, live music and ballroom dancing, this event is sure to add “excitement and romance” to your Halloween festivities this year. Tickets available online. The Dinner Party from Hell runs from 7 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 22, 23, 29 and 30. Lemp Mansion, 3400 Lemp Ave., St. Louis, 314.664.8024

Pop-up bar Corpse Reviver is back from the dead after a 2020 pandemic-related hiatus. With a Haunted Circus theme for this year’s event, the drink menu is based around various fun and spooky cocktails. The Zombie Tiger is Mezcal-based, featuring orange shrub and Amontillado, while their Ghost Malone is a Rieger vodka-centric cocktail that comes with a custom face tattoo. For the larger parties, Corpse Reviver offers Creep in the Box, a drink special for four to six people, consisting of Rieger Gin, sparkling wine and more. This event is fully booked, but call for an opening in case of cancellations. Corpse Reviver runs Tuesdays through Saturdays from 5 p.m. until midnight through Oct. 30. Lazy Tiger, 210 N. Euclid Ave., St. Louis,

The Alice is another pop-up bar to check out this season. Billed as an interactive cocktail adventure inspired by Alice in Wonderland, each ticket to the event is good for a 90-minute window featuring two personalized cocktails and a themed dessert. Guests will be treated to a “theatrical, alternate reality experience,” participating in Wonderland-themed riddles and challenges during the event. Tickets available online. The Alice runs until Dec. 30. 5800 Gravois Ave., St. Louis

the alice pop-up bar // photo courtesy of the alice cocktail experience

Pop Up Witches is putting a Halloween spin on a ladies’ night out. Vendors will be featured at the event, with a DJ for entertainment and complimentary food available while it lasts. While no alcoholic beverages will be sold at the venue, guests are invited to bring their own. Registration is free online with the donation of a canned good at the door. Pop Up Witches will be held on Friday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 10 p.m. Polish Heritage Center, 1413 N. 20th St., St. Louis,

On All Hallows’ Eve, a Drive-In Movie Night is being hosted north of Forest Park. While the screening list has yet to be released, the sci-fi genre is teased online. Treats will be available for guestsand there will be school supply giveaways at the event. Registration for the free event is requested online. All Hallows’ Eve Drive-In Movie Night is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 30, from 7 to 10 p.m. 5935 Horton Place, St. Louis 

St. Charles’ first annual Autumn Harvest is hitting the streets this month. Featuring live music, pumpkin carving, s’more roasting and yard games, there’s plenty for everyone to do at this event. In addition, there will be a fall-themed photo stand for those wishing to take pictures with friends or family. As for food and drink, there will be charcuterie-style food available for snacking (depending on which ticket you purchase) as well as cocktails, beer and wine. Tickets available online. Saturday, Oct. 23, from 3 to 6 p.m. at Streets of St. Charles, 1650 Beale St., St. Charles,

Hosted by Gastorf Chevrolet and partnered with Warren County 4-H, the Family Movie Night & Chili Cook Off is planned for later this month. As the event is being held outside, guests are recommended to bring chairs and blankets to watch the family-friendly Halloween movies. While the movie night is free and open to all, the chili cook-off has a $5 cost of admission for tasting, with proceeds benefitting Warren County’s 4-H community. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase, and raffles for baskets and gifts will be held during the event. Registration requested online. Saturday, Oct. 23, from 5 to 11 p.m. at Gastorf Chevrolet, 1490 E. Veterans Memorial Parkway, Warrenton

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