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    Hotels across the city promise to deliver on the thrills and chills this Halloween

    Ita��s time to plan for the fright fest, as Halloween is just around the bend. While you figure out how to get your scream on, here are some addresses where you can show off your costumes, and snack on themed supplies. Read on:

    Radisson Blu City Centre
    Designed for both kids and adults, Radisson Blu is hosting a poolside a�?Spooktaculara�� party tomorrow. Expect a themed spread with interesting names like mummy sandwiches, and candies, cupcakes for the kids to take home. Activities include pumpkin painting, a spooky selfie corner, tattoo zone, cupcake decoration and more. At Rs.750 for kids and Rs.500 for adults. From 4 pm to 7.30 pm. Details: 7299042553

    The Gateway Hotel
    On Halloween night (October 31), head to Swirl at The Gateway Hotel, where the venue will sport props and scary decor. The bar will offer a special cocktail (Rs.700 each) menu featuring names like bleeding heartini, witches brew, deviled margarita, vampirea��s kiss and eyeball martini. Entry at Rs.1,000, with Rs.500 cover. Details: 66802500

    The Park
    Pumpkin-based cocktails will be on offer at The Leather Bar, The Park, as their bartenders turn witches and wizards for the evening. The menu will feature dishes like monster eyeballs with hair dip for vegetarians and spicy fingers with blood sauce for non vegetarians. The best dressed Halloween couple will win a dinner coupon for two. On October 31, from 8.30 pm onwards. Details: 42676000

    Le Royal Meridien
    Cilantro at Le Royal Meridien is planning an elaborate buffet on Halloween night. As you tuck into themed dishes like pumpkin pudding, pumpkin pie and drink up Bloody Vampires and Cool Horror, their culinary team (in costume, of course) will be performing live pumpkin carving to entertain you. Buffet at Rs.1,500 for adults and Rs.750 for kids. Details: 22314343

    Dona��t miss the costume party, Nightmare on TTK Road, at Spoonbill. While the best costume is assured prizes, others can take part in activities like lantern carving and trick or treating. When hunger sets in, they offer a Halloween platter for both vegetarians and non vegetarians. On October 31, from 7 pm to 11 pm. Details 42064442

    a��Karan Pillai


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