If your looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween, The Cellar in Fullerton has just the thing for you. They are hosting dinner and a show at their 8th Annual Trick or Eat Dinner & Show, October 30 and 31 at 6:30pm.
Guests will enjoy a Halloween and harvest-inspired menu while a cast of zombies and ghostly ghouls from the award-winning Maverick Theater creep from the deepest, darkest depths of The Cellar. The themed four-course menu presented by executive chef Brandon Stein will feature amusingly haunted items such as :
- Nightmarish Lamb Belly over a cursed apple, bacon
- Frightening fennel chutney, topped with a bloody pomegranate gastrique
- Cadaverous Bone-in Short Ribs braised in Porter Ale with poisoned Peruvian purple potato purée, topped with a devilish dark cherry demi.
This is not a dining experience for the weary or the faint of heart.
Tickets run $59.00 per person available at www.cellardining.com/undead. Seating for the event is limited and expected to sell out early. Following the event on Halloween night, The Cellar will host its 8th Annual Halloween Costume Party from 9pm. Billed as The Aftermath, the 21 and over after party is open to the public with no reservation required.
About Maverick Theater
Founded in 2002, the award-winning Maverick Theater is recognized as one of the leading local theaters in Orange County. Owned and operated by Artistic Director Brian Newell, the popular theater showcases a variety of theatrical performances, including long-running annual shows such as Night of the living Dead and Santa Clause Conquers the Martians among others. Always a crowd pleaser, Maverick Theater features quality production, and its own unique and eccentric flair. For more information about Maverick Theater, visit www.mavericktheater.com
Reservations and private bookings at 714.525.5682. For more information, visit www.cellardining.com
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