The Greater Miami Area pulls out all of the stops when it comes to celebrating that spookiest holiday on the calendar: Whether you’re looking to scare yourself silly or simply engage in some wholesome, all-ages pumpkin-carving this Halloween, you’ll have plenty of options!
Meanwhile, you couldn’t ask for a better meal on the town this Halloween season than Mercato della Pescheria, where you’ll find an utterly crowd-pleasing menu of authentic Italian cuisine, including fresh seafood, and unexcelled ambience and service.
To help you plan out your All Hallow’s Eve game plan in and around Miami, here’s a quick survey of some holiday goings-on to choose from.
Haunted Houses & Scare Zones
If your idea of a good time during the Halloween season is testing the limits of your courage—and testing out your lungs’ scream wattage—“fear” not: Greater Miami comes chock-full of top-quality haunted houses this time of year. They include:
- Fright Nightsat the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, host to four haunted houses (Dead Time Stories, El Orfanato, Cuckoo’s Nest 3, Sunny Shores Hotel) and several scare zones. Select dates October 4–November 1.
- Enigma Hauntin Boca Raton, where the bravest can attempt a full traverse of three terrifying domains (Realms of Terror, Cursed, and Twisted Mayhem). Select dates October 11–November 2.
- PARANOIA Horror Mazein Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, an infamously freaky labyrinth open year-round.
Halloween “Garden Parties”
Less intense Halloween experiences are also easy to come by. Over at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, for example, there’s Ghosts in the Garden, a family-friendly event on October 27 with costume parades, Jack-o-Lantern carving, and more. Over at Pinecrest Gardens on the same day, meanwhile, dogs and dog-owners can celebrate Halloween together at Howl-O-Ween.
Hang Out in the Pumpkin Patch
The Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival is another annual Halloween favorite, going down this year October 26 and 27 and featuring carnival rides, a corn maze, the Scarecrow Village, and of course no shortage of those big orange gourds.
Join Us at Mercato Della Pescheria in South Beach for Halloween Dining This October
We’d love to host you for some authentic Italian cuisine in the heart of South Beach this Halloween season. Make your reservations today, and come visit us in between haunted houses, corn mazes, and showing off your four-legged friend in his or her best costume!