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Pair These 5 Haunted Houses with Amazing Post-Fright Eats

October 24, 2018

Edible Long Island, a media company telling the story of how the Island eats and drinks, is a great source whether you’re looking for a great breakfast spot, the best lobster roll and everything in between. This week, we highlight Halloween scares and fun.

Looking for a great pre-Halloween date night? Look no further.

Halloween is around the corner and Long Island’s haunted houses are terrifying fright-seekers in the scariest ways possible! Undead actors, gory props and tortured screams will have the bravest visitors pleading for a way out.

Being scared half to death seems to be a great way to work up a serious appetite. Make sure you cap off your night with cozy pub food and great company as you recount your night full of fright! In the spirit of a truly horrifying Halloween experience, the haunted houses featured here are best suited for adults!

Nassau County

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Hempstead House of Horrors has been transformed into a centuries-old Vampyres’ Lair. You will have to navigate the mansion’s hallways, secret rooms and crypts to find your way through the historic Hempstead House. Be prepared to encounter Vampyres and nocturnal creatures at every turn. It’s up to you to find a way out and escape with your life! Once you have escaped, make your way down the road to The Wild Goose. Favorites include the Lobster Cappelini, Steak au Poivreand the Chocolate Soufflé.

Hempstead House of Horrors, open for six nights only, October 25th-31st, 127 Middle Neck Rd., Sands Point, 516-571-7901 • The Wild Goose, 75 Main St., Port Washington, 516-441-5505

The Morgue in the Haunted Asylum at Bayville Scream Park. The most intense haunted house ever created. 6 terrifying haunted houses. Buy your tickets now. Bayvillescreampark.com #bayvillescreampark #bayvilleadventurepark #hauntedhouse #hauntedhouses #screampark #asylum

393 Likes, 5 Comments – Bayville Scream Park (@bayvillescreampark) on Instagram: “The Morgue in the Haunted Asylum at Bayville Scream Park. The most intense haunted house ever…”

Bayville Scream Park features not one but six haunted attractions! According to local lore, the town of Bayville was once overrun with vampires and ghouls. The townspeople found themselves in negotiations with the local vampire, Barnabus Bay. He agreed to lock himself and the creatures in his home, the Bloodworth Haunted Mansion. The only caveat was that they would be let free to feed for the entire month of October! If you also find the need to feed, head over to the Mill Creek Tavern. Favorites include the Rigatoni & Blackened Skirt Steak and Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls.

Bayville Scream Park, 8 Bayville Ave., Bayville, 516-624-4678 • Mill Creek Tavern 275 Bayville Ave., Bayville, 516-628-2000

Suffolk County

New Item on our menu! Homemade Jambalaya! #changingtimesfarmingdale #jambalaya #farmingdale

25 Likes, 1 Comments – Changing Times Farmingdale (@changingtimesfarmingdale) on Instagram: “New Item on our menu! Homemade Jambalaya! #changingtimesfarmingdale #jambalaya #farmingdale”

Schmitts Farm Haunted House has been a community staple for the past 23 years. Every year the Schmitt brothers team up to design dreadful rooms and a creepy cast of characters to ensure a terrifying experience for their guests. After you have successfully made your way through the Haunted Mansion, you’ll have to endure the Haunted Corn Trail. If you have ever watched “Children of the Corn” plan on your imagination getting the best of you! Once you’ve had a chance to collect your wits, take a drive over to Changing Times Pub. An ice-cold beer from one of their 20 taps will help calm your frazzled nerves. Favorites include the Beer Cheese Soup and the Hot Buffalo Wings.

Schmitts Farm Haunted House, 26 Pinelawn Rd., Melville, 631-271-3276 • Changing Times Pub, 1247 Melville Rd., Farmingdale, 631-694-6462

Deepwells…our warmup for the evening. #halloweenvibes #hauntedmansion #horrorjunkie

17 Likes, 5 Comments – Heather Rose Perez (@blk_eyedp30) on Instagram: “Deepwells…our warmup for the evening. #halloweenvibes #hauntedmansion #horrorjunkie”

Deepwells Haunted Mansion is filled with the makings of your worst nightmares. Each room is more horrifying than the last as you make your way through this haunted house. From scientific experiments gone awry to creepy clowns, you won’t be getting through this without a few panic inducing moments. Just when you think you’re done, you still have to make your way along the Terrifying Trail – through the woods! Once free, head a half mile down the road to the St. James Public House. This neighborhood pub is filled with St. James history and features drinks named after historical characters. Favorites include the Bacon Mac & Cheese and Long Island Duck.

Deepwells Haunted Mansion, Deepwells Farm County Park, Route 25A and Moriches Rd., Saint James, 631-862-2808 • St. James Public House, 552 N Country Rd., St. James, 631-250-9900

New restaurant tonight with good company – Kevin, @bagoats & @pennyblossoms #northtavern #wadingriver #goodeats

31 Likes, 1 Comments – kimberly (@handsoffmybuns) on Instagram: “New restaurant tonight with good company – Kevin, @bagoats & @pennyblossoms #northtavern…”

Darkside Haunted House is creepily located in the center of a deserted field. If you can muster the courage to step outside of your car, you are going to be in for the fright of your life! This haunted house is filled with high-intensity frights, horrifically detailed scenes and professional scare actors that will be going the extra mile to scare you to death. Being way too chicken for this one, I’ll plan to meet up with my bravest friends later at North Tavern. Favorites include the Filet Mignon Stack and Grandma’s Pierogi.

Darkside Haunted House, 5184 Rte. 25A, Wading River, 631-369-7227 • North Tavern, 2028 N Country Rd., Wading River, 631-886-2102

 

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