Two venues, one brunch. Sound good? That’s exactly what you get with Love Parties’ Hidden Brunch at the Taj Hotel. You’ll dine in Tresoro, which will be made into a haunted truc tiep bong da graveyard especially for the event. Dine on Halloween themed dishes and even get a creepy makeover whilst you’re there. Then, head to epic rooftop bar Treehouse for an even more epic afterparty from 4pm, with five drinks for Dhs150.
Mr Miyagi’s are taking their famous Wok ‘n’ Roll brunch to a spooktacular new level on Thursday October 31 and Friday November 1, and if you know Mr Miyagi’s, you’ll know they won’t be doing things by halves. There’ll be spooky cocktails, Halloween cocktails and some naughty ninjas around waiting to make you jump – so keep an eye out during the three-hour brunch. If you go to one of the brunches that weekend, you’ll get a free Race Weekend pass plus three drinks to be redeemed at Mr Myagi’s Abu Dhabi, Casa de Cuba and The Scene at Yas Marina.
Swanky lounge at Pier, Atelier M, is set to be transformed into a haunted house for a special evening brunch on Thursday October 31. There’ll be themed food, cocktails and some spooky surprises with a DJ playing all night. It’s easy on the purse-strings too, priced at Dhs249 for unlimited drinks and selected dishes.
It’s a double-whammy of ghoulish brunches at Gaucho for Halloween. The restaurant will be transformed into a house of horrors so don your scariest outfits and get involved. Choose from a 12pm to 3.30pm sitting or make an evening of it with the 8pm to 11.30pm slot. Dine from a super-sophisticated menu boasting braised beef back ribs glazed in hoisin and chili orange sauce, ribeye or black truffle risotto.