Omnivore - Halloween events pile-up

http://www.5seasonsbrewing.com/index.htmlCheck out these Halloween events at Atlanta restaurants:

5 Seasons at the Prado-Fri., Oct. 24: Charity costume fundraiser, raffle, canned food drive for the Atlanta Food Bank, music, dancing, and beer. Hosted by Ravenwood Church & Seminary of the Old Religion and Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore with the 5 Seasons Brewing Company. To buy tickets, contact: http://www.ravenwoodchurch.org/news/current or visit Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore at 5531 Roswell Rd.

Atkins Park Tavern-Wed., Oct. 29th: Adult Pumpkin Carving Contest, 8:00 p.m. Fri., Oct. 31st: Halloween Party w/ music by House DJ and a costume contest, 11:00 p.m. 794 N. Highland Ave. Atlanta, GA. 404-876-7249. www.atkinspark.com.

ENO-Fri., Oct. 31st: Get spooky at the ENO bar, w/ $6 specials for those in costume! 800 Peachtree St. Atlanta, GA. 404-685-3191. www.enorestaurant.com.

Marietta Wine Market-Fri., Oct. 31st: Treats, hors'dourves, and spooky wines on tap. Costume contest at the Marlow House, 8:00 p.m. $10 per person. 18 Powder Springs St. 770-919-1574. www.mariettawinemarket.com.

TAP-Fri., Oct. 31st: TAP's Halloween Bash begins at 5:00 p.m. w/ live music, drinks, menu specials, and a costume contest. 1180 Peachtree Street. Atlanta, GA. 404-347-2220. www.tapat1180.com.

TWO Urban Licks- Fri., Oct. 31st: TWO's Urban Legends Bash at 5:30 p.m. Costume contest, raffles, and drinks. 820 Ralph McGill Blvd. Atlanta, GA. 404-522-4622. www.twourbanlicks.com.

Whiskey Park-Fri., Oct. 31st: Bad Things Halloween 2008 begins at 8:00 p.m. with no cover charge. Costume contest with sexy prizes! For reservations call: 404-724-2559 or log on to www.whotels.com/whiskeyween08. 188 14th Street, NE. 404-892-6000. www.gerberbars.com.

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