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Not-So-Scary Hal­loween Party


is like a big pri­vate party for spe­cial-ticket hold­ers, who en­joy fewer crowds, shorter lines for the rides and mag­i­cal Hal­loween touches ev­ery­where. The fam­ily-friendly fes­ti­val fea­tures a “Boo to You” chil­dren’s pa­rade, trick- or-treat­ing through­out the park, face paint­ing, a bar­ber­shop quar­tet of “dead cowboys” and a Happy Hal­loWishes fire­works show over the castle. Guests of all ages are en­cour­aged to dress up (and they cer­tainly do!). The Hal­loween Party is held on se­lect dates, be­gin­ning Sept. 15 and end­ing Nov. 1, from 7 pm to mid­night. A spe­cial ticket is re­quired, with prices start­ing at $63.

For a taste of the Land Down Un­der, bite into this de­li­cious shrimp dish, served with pineap­ple, pep­pers, onions, snap peas and bush berries for a pep­pery taste.

3. Ver­lasso Salmon With Quinoa Salad.

At the Patag­o­nia Mar­ket­place, fare with South Amer­i­can flair is served. Look for this hearty and re­fresh­ing dish, served with arugula chimichurri.

4. Lamb Meat­ball With Tomato Chut­ney.

Ven­ture to New Zealand and try these meat­balls served with a spicy chut­ney.

5. Scot­tish Cit­rus This­tle Cock­tail.

This new con­coc­tion at Scot­land Mar­ket­place fea­tures Hen­drick’s Gin and grape­fruit.


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