If you’re anything like us, you spend the entire year planning your costume but forget about making actual plans until Halloweekend. In an attempt at self-improvement, we’re looking ahead and keeping you in the loop on every ghoulish gala, spooky screening, and haunted Halloween moment worth checking out this month. But first, there’s a new rooftop in town, and she’s an instant favorite, coming from our friends at The h. wood Group.
Harriet’s Rooftop at The Jeremy Hotel (@harrietsrooftop)
You know we’re a sucker for a rooftop, and Harriet’s delivers with full 1920’s ivy league members-only moments. Glowy string lights, sporty striped lounge seating, draped vines, and chic umbrellas serve up the vintage vibes. Slip inside to the bar for sultry, dark wood and hints of neon shining from Dave’s Corner, a tip of the fedora to Chapelle’s h. wood Group ties. Food includes preppy faves such as the shrimp cocktail, Baked Mussels, and Waldorf Salad, but the mixed drinks steal the show. Sip on the h. wood Group classic, The Jojo, and enjoy the view.
Spooky Cinema Guide:
You can probably tell by our rooftop addiction that we’re fans of the plein aire cinema trend. What better time to capitalize on the under-the-stars romance than the spookiest season? Below you’ll find the ultimate guide to the best Halloween cinematic screamings.
Montalban Rooftop: The Shining (10/11)
Cinespia: Young Frankenstein (10/13)
Montalban Rooftop: Mandy (10/13)
Montalban Rooftop: The Purge (10/18)
Melrose Rooftop Theatre: Jaws (10/24)
Montalban Rooftop: Don’t Breathe (10/23)
Montalban Rooftop: Hush (10/25)
Melrose Rooftop Theatre: Scream (10/28)
Rooftop Cinema Club DTLA: Alien (10/30)
We rounded up the cream of the scream-inducing crop. Below are our office’s favorite haunted halls, eerie events, and spooky opportunities to craft in costume.
The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbour (9/27- 11/2)
200+ monster crypt aboard The Queen Mary
LA Haunted Hayride (10/5 – 10/31)
10th Annual Hayride through Griffith Park’s Old Zoo
Celebrate the source of season with sugar skulls, wine tasting, and traditional dance.
David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption at The Ace Hotel (10/13 + 10/14)
Not quite Halloween, but just as eerie.
Boo At the LA Zoo (10/20, 10/21, 10/27,10/28)
Family friendly animal feedings and spooky activities.
The legend orchestrates his ghoulish compositions in Hollywood.
A fete more your scene? Check out these halloween parties, mask not included.
Hollywoodstock at Skybar at Mondrian Friday, October 26th
Groovy Garb Preferred
The Fanged Fete at The Ace Hotel Saturday, October 27th
Vampiric Attire Requested
Gatsby’s Masquerade at The W Hotel in Hollywood Saturday, October 27th
1920’s Flapper and Dapper Suggested
King Tut’s Tomb at Egyptian Theatre Saturday, October 27th
Egyptian Costumes Recommended
Written by our Brand Communications Coordinator, Kaeleigh Morrison.
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