There’s plenty to do around here on All Hallows Eve: Seattle has never been a city to skimp on the spooky-themed parties and parades. But if it’s an excellent meal you’re after, we suggest you book a table at one of these three Halloween-themed dinners.

On October 31st, La Spiga is hosting a five-course “mystery menu” ($35, or $60 with wine pairing). We like this: In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness month, some proceeds will got to the Susan G. Komen Fund. Dinner starts at 5pm, call for reservations.

A Witch’s Brew, the Herbfarm’s annual Halloween dinner, will be offered on both the 30th ($189 per person) and the 31st ($195 per person). As at La Spiga, the menu is kept under wraps, though the Herbfarm says to expect dishes along the line of “Snails in a Coffin, Thyme-Roasted Toadstool, Salmon Slow-Roasted at the Stake and Talisman Soufflé.” The restaurant will award costume prizes (including dinner at the Herbfarm) judged by other diners. Categories are: Best Overall, Scariest, Most Creative, and Best Couple or Best Group.

Finally, Tidbit Bistro is offering a 25% dinner discount to anyone who shows up in costume on the 31st after 5pm. A special Halloween menu includes pumpkin bisque, Seafood Pumpkin Risotto, and Pumpkin Cheesecake.

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Are you a spook-day spoil sport? Try one of our 30 can’t miss restaurant experiences, costumes not required.

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