As we head toward Halloween, what spooky, scary, and just plain fun events are going on in CLE? Check these out:
Friday, October 14 is the Feast of the Deceased from Emerging Chefs. Chef Brian Doyle of SOW Food will put on a scarily delicious feast, served in the Monroe Cemetery in Ohio City. Tickets are $80.
Friday, October 14 and Friday, October 28, NEO Food Tours are hosting Harvest Happy Hour tours. These tours include tastings from West Side Market vendors, a tour of the Ohio City area, and a final stop at Light Bistro for a special dish and cocktail. Tickets are $55 and $5 from every ticket benefits Ohio City, Inc.
Saturday, October 15, NEO Food Tours is hosting a Brews ‘n Pubs tour. The tour kicks off at Old Angle Tavern and will visit CLE breweries, including Indigo Imp and Market Garden Brewery. Tickets are $60.
Saturday, October 15 is the Lakewood Spooky Pooch Parade. The event starts at 12:30 with vendors, non-profits, entertainment, and contests. The parade steps off at 2pm down Detroit Avenue. Registration is only $10 per spooky pooch. Dress up your pooch and yourself and head on over!
October 14-22 is Cleveland Beer Week! There are tons of great events happening all over town to celebrate, including beer dinners, special tastings and keg tappings, a bike ride in beer costume through Peninsula, and much more! For a full list of events, ticket information where applicable, and all your beer week details, click here.
Sunday, October 16, Dinner in the Dark takes over Light Bistro for a culinary adventure. Different chefs create each course and the diners are kept “in the dark” about what they’ll be eating until the course is served. Proceeds benefit a local charity. Tickets are $81.57.
Saturday, October 22 is the third-annual Cleveland Zombie Crawl. Dress like a zombie and crawl from bar to fantastic bar along West 25th Street. Tickets are only $10 and proceeds benefit the Ohio City Near West Development Corporation. BRAINS! I mean, BEER!
From now through Sunday, October 30, get your scream on at Cedar Point Halloweekends. While some rides are closed for the season, most remain open. You can also creep through 4 haunted houses and 6 outdoor scare zones. It’s a hauntingly good time! If you want scares closer to home, check out this list of Cleveland-area haunted houses.
Are you attending any of these upcoming events? Which events are you most looking forward to?
***Disclosure: I was invited to attend both The Feast of the Deceased and the Cleveland Zombie Crawl with media passes. Due to scheduling conflicts, I declined both invitations. As always, all opinions in this post are 100% my own.***