There are a lot of great events going on in Boston this Halloween weekend. Here are a few that Gastronomy students might enjoy:
Soooo many pumpkins! Over 5,000 hand carved pumpkins will be displayed at Boston’s Seaport Hotel and World Trade center this weekend (Oct 27- Oct 30). Can you imagine all of the pumpkin pies and roasted pepitas made from the innards? Click the link above to check tickets and times.
Get a candy treat topped milkshake from this Davis Sq. gem this Halloween. You can even trick it out with a shot of Evan Williams Bourbon! Get more details at bostonchefs.com
A real Whodunit? Solve the murder mystery this Halloween with the Dinner Detective. This interactive dinner show will have you playing Sherlock Holmes while you fill your belly! For tickets and private shows at the link above.
It’s like trick or treat or adults! Take a chocolate tour through Back Bay or quench that Cupcake craving with a crawl before the evening festivities begin. These tours are held seasonally every Saturday.
Dine in the dark at the Hampshire House in Boston. This 100-year-old Victorian townhome is the perfect setting for a spooky blindfolded dinner! Built in 1910, the Hampshire House has accommodated Bostonians for generations; it HAS to be haunted right? Click the link for tickets!