Halloween fun at Tongue & Cheek, Piccadilly, Quattro, Krispy Kreme, Sushisamba, Zona Fresca

 
 
Krispy Kreme Halloween dougnut
Krispy Kreme Halloween dougnut
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Tongue & Cheek, 431 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, hosts a Halloween-themed family brunch from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Kids younger than 12 can eat free and enjoy costume contests and pumpkin painting. The massive a la carte menu includes “True Blood” Bloody Marys, Bacon and “Devil” Eggs, Jack ’O Lantern Pumpkin Soup and Candy Corn Rice Krispy Treats.

Customers are encouraged to bring nonperishable, kid-friendly food items such as granola bars, boxed macaroni and cheese and canned soups for donation to Feeding South Florida’s backpack program; 305-704-2900.

Piccadilly, with cafeterias in Hialeah and Hollywood, will give away kid’s meals Tuesday through Oct. 31 to Halloween-costumed customers 12 and younger (maximum two per adult meal purchased); piccadilly.com.

Quattro Gastronomia Italiana, 1014 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, will serve a four-course Halloween dinner menu on Oct. 31 with entree choice of pumpkin gnocchi, scallop risotto, grilled filet mignon, baked sea bass or roasted pork shank for $95 outside, $75 inside; 305-531-4833.

Krispy Kreme, with three South Florida locations, will give away a Pumpkin Spice or Pumpkin Cheesecake doughnut to each costumed customer on Oct. 31; krispykreme.com/halloween.

Sushisamba, 600 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, hosts its eighth annual cosplay costume party from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. Oct. 31 with $12 pumpkin caipirinhas and free Japanese candies; 305-673-5337.

Zona Fresca is offering a 10 percent discount on Oct. 31 to costume-wearing customers, and will award a $25 gift card for the best costume at each of its four South Florida locations; zonafresca.com.

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