This year, Halloween falls on a Saturday, which in a city like New Orleans makes finding the best place to celebrate a frightening endeavour indeed. While there are certainly plenty of bars and restaurants to don your best costume and imbibe with friends, there’s only one place NOLA locals and visitors prefer to eat, drink, and be scary this October 31st: Fulton Alley.
Without further ado, let’s dive into our world of delicious craft food, drinks, and wicked bar games near me. Keep reading, if you dare.
If you haven’t yet had a chance to visit Fulton Alley, you truly don’t know what you’re missing out on. Located in the heart of New Orleans’ warehouse district, this charming and luxurious gaming parlor and prohibition-style cocktail lounge puts a deluxe spin on bowling and bar games near me.
But it isn’t just the comradery of gaming that brings people together to celebrate holidays and other events at Fulton Alley. On Halloween, you can expect the same witchin’ craft food and drinks our patrons have come to love, along with exclusive themed-cocktails and ghoulish deals available only at Fulton Alley.
Click here to view Fulton Alley’s food and drink menu.
Tired of pumpkin spice and everything nice? Well, then it might be time for you to mix things up and unleash your inner competitor-side with your posse at Fulton Alley on Halloween this year.
You and your best buds will love playing on Fulton Alley’s lavish lanes with plush seating and table-side service. And you’re sure to find your new favorite bar games near me in our brand new parlor. On Halloween, stop in for a game of snap-back tavern shuffleboard, darts, oversized scrabble, chess, and ring toss. Outdoor bocce ball is also available on the Fulton Street patio.
Halloween is one of our favorite holidays of the year, and we’d love for you to celebrate with us at Fulton Alley! Click here to make a reservation for your party.
Please note that reservations are accepted based on our lane availability. Same-day online reservation requests are available to make Monday-Friday until 4pm.
In a way, it feels anticlimactic to celebrate Halloween after the horror show we’ve experienced this past year. But heading out on October 31st doesn’t have to be scary (well in that way at least).
One of the compliments we consistently receive at Fulton Alley is the commitment of our staff and other patrons to sanitation and safety measures. The space at Fulton Alley is large, which allows us to provide our guests with privacy amongst other patrons. Please view our Safety Playbook to learn about the steps we’re taking to keep our environment safe.
Stay safe and have a happy Halloween!