Sweet Rose Creamery, Esters, and Birdie G’s Will All Have Special Offerings
By Dolores Quintana
The Rustic Canyon Restaurant Group has some spooky treats waiting for you this Halloween. Three of their restaurants have special offerings in October for you and your family.
Sweet Rose Creamery is serving up some spooky Halloween treats at its Brentwood Country Mart and Main Street locations until October 31. Sink your fangs into Pumpkin Cheesecake Ice Cream, a delectable concoction featuring Tutti Frutti Farms’ organic pumpkins, or savor the eerie delight of Halloween Ripple, a flavor explosion reminiscent of fudgy, caramelly, and peanut buttery trick-or-treat treasures. Don’t miss the Halloween Sundae, starring a scoop of Pumpkin Cheesecake Ice Cream drizzled with gooey caramel sauce, topped with fresh whipped cream, naturally-colored orange sprinkles, and an adorable marshmallow ghost.
Esters Presents “Hallo-Wine Party.” Get your Halloween spirit ready for a spooktacular evening as Esters transforms into a “Hallo-Wine Party” on Saturday, October 28, starting at 6 p.m. The night promises a ghoulishly good time with a DJ, dance floor, horror movies projected on the wall, themed cocktails, and, of course, costumes are strongly encouraged. Tickets can be purchased via Resy for $25/person, and they include snacks and one drink ticket for a specialty wine, beer, or cocktail.
Birdie G’s Becomes “Boo G’s” for Halloween – Birdie G’s is getting into the Halloween spirit by becoming “Boo G’s” from Friday, October 28, to Tuesday, October 31. This playful restaurant at Bergamot Station will be decked out in spooky decorations, with the entire team donning costumes (guests are encouraged to do the same). The themed menu includes devilish delights like “Freddy Kugel” and “Matzo Eye-Ball Soup.”
Sip on a “Spooky Sour Blanc-O-Lantern” cocktail featuring carrot, cumin, lemon, orgeat, Velvet Falernum, St. George Green Chili Vodka, egg white, orange bitters, tequila, and black pepper. Sink your teeth into a “Vampire Burger” made with a blood sausage patty (known as kishka), aged cheddar, and persimmon “comeback sauce” on a black bun. Walk-ins are welcome in the dining room and bar, and reservations can be made via Resy.