Freak Halloween Party at Aqua


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For a night of glamour and gore head to Aqua! Indulge in an other-worldly feast of Italian and Japanese fare at their Night Brunch, along with endless pours of Veuve Clicquot Champagne and access to the freak show shindig that runs until late. For three glorious hours, partygoers can sip on free-flowing themed cocktails (The Scream, Shiver and Freaky Paloma) as they bear witness to bizarre contortionists, live DJ sets and other haunting performances. Make sure you show up in your Halloween best— the scarier the better. 

When: October 29th
Where: 17/FH Zentre, 15 Middle Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Ticketing: From HK$398 at or HK$458 at door

Drag You to HELLoween Party at Terrible Baby

Terrible Baby’s Drag You To HELLoween party is as freakishly wild as it gets. With DJ FABSABS spinning the decks, a thrilling headliner performance by Drag Jam, and Halloween exclusive brews by in-house mixologist Axel Gonzalez, it’s not one to be missed. Tickets come with a complimentary drink to help you get started; opt for the Dragon Zombie, which sees vodka blended with tepache, dragon fruit, guava and hot sauce, or the Spooky Lagoon, a tropical combination of rum, blue curaçao, panda, coconut and citrus. 

When: October 29th
Where: 4/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon
Ticketing: HK$150 + fee at 

Aqualuna’s Haunted Halloween Cruise

If you’ve always been curious about the perils of the sea, sail out into the vast darkness of the Victoria Harbour this Hallow’s Eve and you just might find out. For three consecutive nights, Hong Kong’s iconic Aqualuna red-sail junk boat is hosting a wicked dance party under the moonlight, complete with free-flow drinks and spooky libations. 

When: October 29-31st
Where: Departure and drop-off at Central Pier 9
Ticketing: Starting at HK$300 for children at

Zuma in Wonderland

This Halloween, crowd-favourite Zuma is transforming into a Japanese wonderland of demons and beasts aplenty. Tuck into a Halloween exclusive Yashoku Night Brunch of unlimited food and drinks from 8-10.30pm, or head straight to the party at the upstairs bar and lounge for more booze, live DJs, performers and other surprises. The contemporary izakaya maintains the dress code for those dining in the restaurant, but feel free to unleash your inner beast at the after-party. 

When: October 29th
Where: Landmark Level 5 & 6, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Ticketing: Starting at HK$450 for restaurant diners (min. spend of HK$800) or HK$695 + $15 fee at

Free-flowing Party and Halloween Brunch at MO Bar

Don your most bewitching Halloween ensemble for an evening filled with endless rounds of hors d’oeuvres, champagne, and themed cocktails at the MO Bar. Choose from an ominous glass of The Last Kiss, The Witches Brew, Trick or Treat, or Kill Devil. The entire drinks lineup is also available over the weekend for the MO Bar’s Halloween Brunch, where guests can live it up with some horror-inspired tunes and indulge in mouth-watering selects of smoked foie gras, Boston lobster, Te Mana lamb cutlets, and cauliflower couscous to name a few. Lest we forget the hellishly delicious desserts that round up the meal, including a seasonal collection of pastries.

When: October 29th for Free-flowing Party, October 30th & 31st for Halloween Brunch
Where: G/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong

Roji’s Nightmare in the Alleyway

Nightmare on Elm Street? No, Nightmare on D’Aguilar. Hong Kong’s buzziest back-alley izakaya is back with another hair-raising Halloween party. Come dressed in your ghastly best— whether thats a grotesquely accurate swamp monster or clip-on “Catwoman” cat ears— and party hard with the help of a special Halloween cocktail, some whisky highballs, and hourly sake drum shots. 

When: October 29th
Where: 20A, D’Aguilar Street, Central
Ticketing: Early bird tickets for HK$498 at 

Dinner With The Devil at Tai Kwun

Pull on those blackened wings and put on your worst attitude for Dinner with The Devil at Tai Kwun. For one night, and one night only, the top floor of the Old Police Headquarters will undergo a bone-chilling transformation into Satan’s lair, complete with red-velvet interiors and utter darkness. Opt for either either a bountiful Chinese feast at The Chinese Library, or an opulent Italian experience at Cantina’s very first night brunch, where you can look forward to bottomless Veuve Clicquot champagne and exclusive access to the after-party. Held at The Dispensary bar, this sinful rave will see you get down to the infernal beats of DJ Helen Ting & Ivan Sit. Mixologist wizard Lorenzo Coppola, will also be serving up your potions for the night, namely Halloween-themed cocktails Awaken, Spell, and Witch Craft.

When: October 29th
Where: Cantina, The Chinese Library & The Dispensary, Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Ticketing: Starting at HK$398 at or HK$458 at door

A Scary Good Time with Ask for Alonzo

Asking for a scary good time? Ask for Alonzo is hosting an Italian mafia themed Halloween celebration at their Soho location. Featuring a luscious pumpkin & lobster risotto and an updated take on the Godfather cocktail, the dinner comes with a chance to win HK$500 dining vouchers — all you have to do is look the part. Elsewhere at their Happy Valley branch, join in some wholesome Halloween fun perfect for those steering clear of the gruesome and gory. Think pumpkin decorating, charades, and not-so-fearsome costume-wearing children. 

When: October 28th & 29th
Where: 1G/F, Grandview Garden, 18 Bridges Street (Soho) and Shop 19, G/F Hang Fung Mansions, 17-19 Wong Nai Chung Road (Happy Valley)

Zzura’s Toga Party

Over at Zzura, Halloween means throwing it back to a time of ancient civilisations. Nestled in the depths of Soho, the mystical Middle-Eastern speakeasy is hosting its first ever toga-themed costume party to celebrate. From 8pm until midnight, come dressed in your best Greek and Egyptian-inspired attire to dance your fears away and toast to the spirits of the underworld. Drink packages ranging from a party of two to a table of ten, all include bottles of house spirits, house wines, and Perrier Jouet Champagne.

When: October 29th
Where: 2/F, Amber Lodge, 23 Hollywood Road, Central
Ticketing: Starting at HK$2000 + fee for a table of two at

’80s Themed Halloween Party at Amalfitana

Fans of Netflix’s Stranger Things, this one’s for you. Artisan pizzeria Amalfitana is hosting an 80’s themed Halloween bash at their Central address! Rock up in your glitziest disco attire, or slip into some neon parachute pants to groove along to DJ Noel’s euphoric party tracks. Generous free-flow drink packages include a range of house wines, spirits, aperol spritz and draught Peroni.

When: October 29th
Where: Shops D&E, G/F, Yu Yuet Lai Building, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
Ticketing: Early bird tickets start at HK$350 on

Halloween Beach Party at The Daily Tot

Hold onto those summer nights just a tad bit longer with The Daily Tot’s Halloween costume beach party. Free from the evil spirits that bind themselves to this October holiday, this late-night celebration looks to bring in some tropical fun with free-flowing daiquiris, prosecco, bottle beer and not to mention, live music courtesy of DJ Minou. 

When: October 29th
Where: 58 Hollywood, Shop E, Ground Floor Felicity Building Hong Kong
Ticketing: Early bird tickets start at HK$550 + fee on