Where to Celebrate Halloween in Chicago

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Don't get scared away from the great events at these Chicago haunts
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IO Urban Roofscape is hosting Chicago’s largest Thriller flash mob this Halloween.

Halloween is right around the corner, and you can have a frightfully good time at these Chicago restaurants.

Popular West Loop diner Little Goat is getting spooky on Saturday, November 1. Chef Stephanie Izard and her staff invite guests to their haunted second floor for scares, laughs, drinks, and snacks. Tickets are $25.

Visit the charming community of Oak Park for Marion Street Cheese Market’s Halloween festivities and costume contest. Live music will be played, spooky treats will be passed around, and complimentary beer and wine tastings will be available to adults. Enjoy the fun on October 31 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Are you ready to dance ‘til you’re dead? Then IO Urban Roofscape should be your Halloween destination. Join the fun as dancers channel the late, great Michael Jackson for Chicago’s largest Thriller flash mob while enjoying their crafted cocktails and delicious menu.

Logan Square favorite Lula Café always goes above and beyond for Halloween. With previous themes including spoofs on other popular Chicago restaurants, they miss no detail from décor to menu, making it a Halloween meal many would die for. This year’s theme is still a secret, but keep an eye on their Twitter page for hints!

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