6 Haute Spots To Celebrate Halloween In New York City

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Halloween in New York City is always an all out celebration, with events happening all throughout the city. This year we narrowed down the list to 6 haute spots to enjoy including Marquee, Mr. Purple, and more.

Zuma New York & 1Oak’s Geisha-Themed Costume Party

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Celebrate the Japanese Day of the Dead this Halloween with a swanky Geisha-themed costume party at Zuma New York in partnership with 1Oak. Watch the fall foliage-filled second-floor lounge transform into a traditional Japanese Obon festival with authentic paper lanterns, tea house archways and themed craft cocktails. Enjoy Halloween mischief and mayhem with critically-acclaimed Venezuelan DJ Patafunk spinning eclectic Latin, pop, and disco-infused tunes. Food stations featuring contemporary Japanese izakaya dishes such as spicy fried butternut squash with black truffle and spicy tuna temaki will be passed throughout the evening and bottle service is available upon request, beginning at $1,200/table.

World of Whimsy at Westlight

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Get creative, dress up and celebrate Halloween at The World of Whimsy Halloween Party at Westlight in  The William Vale. The rooftop bar will be transformed for the evening into a whimsical night of burlesque performances, contortionist dancers, live DJ and fire breathing by The Hive Fire. Enjoy panoramic views of the city skyline with a night of passed hors d’oeuvres by chef Andrew Carmellini and themed signature cocktails including the Smoke & Blood, a bloody concoction made with mezcal, cynar, lime, beet syrup and beet shrub.

Notable bites include Tuna Puffs with Soy Ponzu and Radish; Chicken Empanadas with Mint Yogurt; and Beet Hummus Puffs. General admission is $70/person for early access (entrance between 7PM – 9PM), $90/person for general admission, and reserved seating for party sizes of 4 people or more (max 15 people to a table) for $130/per person.

Night of the Fallen Halloween Party at Marquee

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G-Eazy, Multi-Platinum Rapper and Stillhouse Spirits Co. partner and co-creative director is hosting the big night, giving guests a killer performance at Marquee this Halloween. DJ Ruckus, DJ Quiz, DJ Spade and more will spin throughout the evening. Co-hosts Lais Ribeiro and Shanina Shaik, and many more will toast to the Night of the Fallen with Stillhouse.

Ghost Ship at The Roof

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Calling all scallywags and seadogs to The Roof at The Viceroy Central Park for a spooky pirate themed Halloween party where all guests get a crow’s nest worthy view of eerie Central Park at night. Join as they venture to Davey Jones Locker, where cocktails flow and a DJ dares to join all night. Dress up in your best pirate-themed costumes or prepare to walk the plank.

Playboy’s Annual Masquerade Ball at Playboy Club New York

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Playboy’s Annual Masquerade Ball, the iconic Mansion event, comes to New York City for the first time ever at the newly opened Playboy Club New York. Tickets include admission in Playboy Club’s BlackBox, premium open bar from 9PM-2AM and passed hors d’oeuvres. Surprise guest DJs and other wild live entertainment will make for a unforgettable Halloween. Ticket prices begin at $300.

Ghost Ship Mr. Purple at Hotel Indigo Lower East Side

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Mr. Purple is hosting a ghostly pirate themed Halloween party that you don’t want to miss. Head to one of New York’s best rooftops bar on a frightful Halloween adventure with DJ Verse spinning all night and those breathtaking moonlit 360 degree views of the city. You don’t need much more to have a freakishly good time and scallywag worthy attire is strongly encouraged. While this evening is open to the public and does not require a purchase of tickets, reservations are highly suggested and can be made by calling the property directly.

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