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Something wicked comes this way and it's not creatures rising from the dead or things that go bump in the night. Halloween is this week and there are some restaurants that are giving diners a frightful delight with specials.

Whether you have plans or not to take the kids on a sugar-spree trick-or-treating or attending or hosting a Halloween party, leave room for dinner. Below are a few restaurants that will do the trick (and treating) for you:

How about a free meal for a person in your dinner party? Logan's Roadouse has a treat in store for you. Purchase one entrée and get another for free. The second entrée must be of equal or lesser value. Logan's buy-one-get-one-free offer is valid when presenting this coupon at any of the locations in the Houston area.

Saturday, October 29

The Great Pumpkin is coming to town and is bringing a frighteningly delicious dinner to Bistro Des Amis. Celebrate Halloween with music and a four-course dinner for $45. Guests are encouraged to wear costumes. Reservations required.

First Course:

The Red Smurf
marinated artichokes hearts and grilled portobello mushroom caps

Second Course:

Witch Potion
Pumpkin Cream Soup

Third Course (choice of):

Stuffed Dover Sole Filet
with tarragon lobster butter and vegetable a la nage

Game Hen Forestiere
with wild mushroom duxelle, au jus tarragon, roasted garlic potatoes, carrot flan

Grilled Rib Eye
rubbed with fresh herbs, served with a Roquefort sauce, medley of vegetables, anis creamy potatoes

Fourth Course:

Sweet Dracula Kisses
Log of Chocolate Decadent

Bistro Des Amis
2347 University Boulevard
Houston, TX 77005
(713) 349-8441

Charivari Restaurant wants to tempt diners with a Transylvanian dinner fit for a certain Count... almost. The Halloween menu at Charivari is named Dracula`s Temptation and is comprised of four courses for $39 or $ 85 for two which includes a bottle Transylvanian Merlot.

First Course:

Cheese Fondue
with “Pisco Porton”, red beet croutons, and walnut-raisins bread

Second Course:

Red Beet & Black Angus Prime Carpaccio

Third Course:

Tannat Sorbet

Fourth Course:

Berkshire Pork & Morcia
Spanish blood sausage, apple cider braised pork, acorn squash, and purple potato gratin

Fifth Course:

Cherry Crepes & Kirsch aux Flambé

Saturday, October 29

Charivari Restaurant
2521 Bagby
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 521-7231

Midtown's Khun Kay Thai Cafe has a frightening but delish entrée just in time for Halloween. Simply named Halloween at Khun Kay, the dish includes a blood-red curry sauce with chopped Thai pumpkin and choice of meat or tofu for $9.95. Get even more festive with black, sweet rice for dessert.

Monday, October 31

Khun Kay Thai Cafe
1209 Montrose
Houston, Texas 77019
(713) 524-9614

Don't be surprised if you see monsters and goblins at Ra Sushi on Halloween. Even creatures that go bump in the night will want to dine there for their festive Boo Bites for under $11.

For one night only, guests will be able to get in the Halloween spirit with Voodoo Crispy Chicken, a crispy chicken, sautéed with onion, green pepper and Japanese pumpkin and tossed in asesame chili sauce for $6, Vampire Shrimp (lightly battered spicy shrimp and shishito peppers tossed with ramen noodles and chili sauce; served in a crispy lettuce cup) for $8, and a Spider Roll (tempura battered Japanese pumpkin, crispy soft shell crab, kaiware sprouts, kani kama crab mix rolled in rice and soy paper; topped with shredded daikon; served with spicy mayo and eel sauce) for $10. Specials will be available at both Houston area locations.

Monday, October 31
8 p.m. - close

Celebrate the spirits with a pre-Day of the Dead dinner at Hugo's. The three-course menu is available all Halloween weekend through Day of the Dead on November 2nd.

Looking for more ghoulish treats for Halloween?

Candy isn't the only treat being given to costumed individuals on Halloween. Restaurants are serving up free treats of the food variety all weekend long. Find out what goodies are in store for adults and kids dressed in costumes here.

Photo credit: Hostess with the Mostess

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