Halloween and Day of Dead specials

 
 
$5 on Thursday: Cantina Laredo's Ghost Flower Margarita.
$5 on Thursday: Cantina Laredo's Ghost Flower Margarita.

Steak and BLT Bar at the Betsy, 1440 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, pay Halloween homage to Edgar Allan Poe Thursday through Sunday with the Westminster Flip, a $16 cocktail that combines apple brandy, Benedictine, maple syrup and an egg; 305-760-6902.

Cantina Beach at the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, 455 Grand Bay Dr., celebrates Mexico’s Day of the Dead from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday with free tequila tastings and salsa bar plus margarita and menu specials; 305-365-4286.

Cantina Laredo at the Village at Gulfstream, 501 Silks Run, Hallandale Beach, aims to lift Halloween spirits with a Ghost Flower Margarita (1800 Silver Tequila, hibiscus syrup and Cointreau), available for $5 all day Thursday; 954-457-7662.

Los Ranchos Steakhouse is offering a kids-eat-free treat for Halloween, with lunch or dinner gratis for each child accompanied by an adult (limit two per table) at its Falls, Sweetwater, Bayside and Westland locations; beststeakinmiami.com.

The Meat Market, 915 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, is offering a three-course Halloween menu for $95 Thursday with entree choice of sea bass, New York strip or tuna steak and outside seatings at 6 and 9 p.m. (a la carte menu inside); 305-532-0088.

POC Modern American Cuisine, 600 Silks Run, Hallandale Beach, is offering a three-course Halloween dinner menu 5-9 p.m. Thursday with entree choice of "headless" smoked quail or bay scallop "eyeballs" with squid ink linguine for $31; 954-391-7229.

Talavera, 2299 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, celebrates the Day of the Dead Friday through Sunday with pan de muerto (bone-shaped sweet bread) and Mexican-style hot chocolate) for $7.50; 305-444-2955.

Toro Toro at the InterContinental, 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, hosts a Halloween costume contest for diners Thursday and Friday with a top prize of dinner for two and, for second place, brunch for two; 305-372-4710.

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