Legal adults welcome at themed nights for Halloween

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Legal adults welcome at themed nights for Halloween

Rico’s Pub, Stubblefields and Etsi Bravo plan to host Halloween-themed events in the week leading up to Halloween.

Rico’s Pub, Stubblefields and Etsi Bravo plan to host Halloween-themed events in the week leading up to Halloween.

Courtesy of Etsi Bravo

Rico’s Pub, Stubblefields and Etsi Bravo plan to host Halloween-themed events in the week leading up to Halloween.

Courtesy of Etsi Bravo

Courtesy of Etsi Bravo

Rico’s Pub, Stubblefields and Etsi Bravo plan to host Halloween-themed events in the week leading up to Halloween.

CAMERON SHEPPARD, Evergreen reporter

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Looking for a Halloween outing in the Pullman bar scene? Here are some local events and specials celebrating All Hallows’ Eve.

Rico’s Pub on Main Street will host its own Halloween party, in which adults, kids and dogs are invited. Attendees must be over 21 years old after 8 p.m. The local band Nuu Wave will perform at 9 p.m.

Stubblefields is hosting a series of “Halloweek” parties, including 18-and-up nights on Monday and Wednesday. There will be costume contests on Wednesday and Thursday night.

Etsi Bravo on Main Street will host “Rave to the Grave,” a Halloween-themed electronic dance music party on Thursday evening, featuring a live disc jockey. 

Co-owner Cory Preston said the bar will also offer a specialized Halloween cocktail menu with drinks priced at $6 each.

The cocktail menu will feature drinks such as “Resting Witch Face,” a gin, fresh ginger, lemon and raspberry cocktail. As well as “Creepin’ it Real,” made with rum, passionfruit, peach, lemon and fresh orange juice.

Preston said he is not worried about the fact that Halloween is on a weekday this year. He still expects good business.

“It’s one of those holidays where people come out no matter what day it is,” he said.