Your Luxe Girl Guide To A Fab Halloween

Your Luxe Girl Guide To A Fab Halloween

Glam Up

First things first. While we’re sure that your spooky Halloween makeup will be on point this year, don’t forget to glam up your claws! For a cheeky weekend mani, try Skyy Hadley’s easy peasy candy corn nail look. Follow these five super easy steps or get it done by the pros at As U Wish Nail Salon! Kill this look and you’ll be ready for a full day of Halloweekend partying in no time. 

  • To start, paint one half of the nail white and the other bright yellow (ideally, with glossy polishes from Lauren B. Beauty).
  • Then, apply two nail art stickers on each nail.
  • Working with one nail at a time, paint the area inside the stickers with creamy orange nail polish.
  • Carefully remove the stickers.

And repeat! Allow five minutes for each nail design to dry and finish it with a coat of Lauren B. Gel. How cute are you?

Brunch Up

Boozy brunch and a zombie apocalypse? What more could you ask for? This Saturday, October 29th, our fave rooftop bar Social Drink & Food is hosting a Haunted laser tag brunch – with the help of Lazer Brunch and Green Fig – featuring laser beams, live DJs, tasty bites, chic zombies and killer Bloody Marys, because of course. The huge airy space in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen will be pure cocktail zombie land from 1:00 to 6:00 pm, so bring your best boozy brunch foot forward and join us for a quiche-filled zombie fight! Tickets available here.

Party Up

Well, here you have a lot of options, but let us give you our top four. 

Westlight

111 N. 12th St. (Wythe-Berry) | Brooklyn, NY 11249

This Halloween, Williamsburg’s new, 22nd-floor rooftop bar, Westlight at The William Vale, will transform itself into a Coney Island Freakshow, complete with contortionists, fire eaters, snake charmers and surprise performances!

From 7:00 pm to 2:00 am, guests will be able to enjoy signature cocktails from head bartender Anne Robinson and gourmet bites from chef Andrew Carmellini along with Halloween hits from the live DJ, all amidst a backdrop of sweeping New York City views. Live performances will run every hour from 8:30 to 11:30 pm. Costumes are encouraged and reservations are highly recommended. See you there!

Salvation Taco

145 East 39th St. | New York, NY 10016

April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman's Salvation Taco is closing up rooftop season and starting the winter off right with their annual Halloween Party on Saturday, October 29th under the twinkling lights on their gorgeous outdoor space. Not only will costume winners receive exciting prizes, but guests will also be able to enjoy Salvation Taco’s specialty food and drinks throughout the entire night. Mexican-inspired dishes include Esquites corn soup, Heritage country rib carnitas with pineapple and Pumpkin tres leches cake. When it comes to cocktails, the El Diablo with mezcal, cassis and lime is a deadly killer, and the Frozen Pumpkin Spiked Horchata is ideal for a boozy sweet-tooth. DJ Prestige will play a set in the lounge from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am. Because Halloween does not only last a weekend, celebrations will continue on Tuesday, November 1st for Salvation Taco’s Dia de los Muertos fiesta, with specials available starting at 5:30pm. Don’t miss out!

Paper Factory Hotel

37-06 36th St. | Long Island City, NY 11101

Featuring the most dangerously refreshing cocktails of the weekend, LIC’s Paper Factory Hotel is sure to give guests a taste of true Halloween spirit.

Specialty mixes made in the hotel’s dual level restaurant and bar, Mundo, will include the Green Monster (Tequila, Midori, Simple Syrup, Triple Sec, Lime Juice and cinnamon) and the Sweet Revenge, (Aperol, Cachaça, Sweet vermouth and dry ice for a special ghostly effect).   

Analogue NYC

19 West 8th Street | New York, NY 10011

The most VIP party of them all, Analogue’s haunted soirée will bring you back to New York’s classic intimate membership clubs and watering holes of the 1920s. Passwords at the door, feather headbands and classy bowties, the West Village’s hottest craft cocktail bar is the spot to be at this Monday, October 31 from 8:00 pm until midnight. The mood will be sensual and sombre, and the attire will be elegant, worthy of an old-school speakeasy. There will be live jazz and classic cocktails, including a spin on a rum-spiked Punch Romaine (the last cocktail served to first class passengers on the famed Titanic before its tragic fate )as well as Rob Roy, Hemingway Daiquiri, Old Fashioned, French 75, Rosemary Maple Rickey, and Sazerac. Channel your inner Great Gatsby gal and meet us for a drink. We’ll be the ones in gold. 

No password no party! For entrance and table reservations, e-mail events@analoguenyc.com.

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