Unless you are a child–in which case, hello, thanks for reading–the days of trick-or-treating have passed you by. But nobody is too old to enjoy Halloween-related activities like dressing up, carving a pumpkin or eating candy, even if you’re too old to go door to door soliciting for it.
Don’t Know Tavern in Federal Hill will serve as a one-stop-shop for all your pumpkin needs tonight as the end-of-the-month holiday approaches. For $40, attendees will receive a pumpkin to carve, as well as all-you-can-drink pumpkin beers and autumnal drinks and a seasonal buffet. They’re even taking the good and proper holistic approach to carving up pumpkins by roasting some seeds.
Think of it as the Halloween version of decorating your Christmas tree (or whatever ritual you take part in to kick off the holiday you celebrate). It should be a great way to get in the holiday spirit.
7 p.m., Don’t Know Tavern, 1453 Light St., (410) 539-0231, dontknowtavern.com, $40.
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