It’s the season of all things spooky and things are looking especially wicked in Toronto this October. Bars, restaurants, and bakeshops all over town are getting into the Halloween spirit with sinister creations worthy of their own horror movie. When you’re not hopping from haunted farms to terrifying mazes, you’ll want to sink your teeth into these treats while you still can.

Here are some of the best Halloween-themed food and drinks you can find in Toronto this month.

Black Lagoon Halloween Pop-up

On select dates throughout October, a Halloween-themed pop-up bar called Black Lagoon will serve up creepy cocktails in a spooky atmosphere in the city. Some of the featured drinks include The Bloodlust, The Darkness, and a unique concoction served in a skull. You’ll need to be dressed up in costume to get in for free and showing up in your regular clothes will cost you $20 at the door. The waitlist for the pop-up opens on October 14th!

Where: 866 Bloor St W

Canada’s Wonderland Halloween Menu

Your next trip to Halloween Haunt will have a whole lot more treats than tricks! In celebration of this spooky time of year, Canada’s Wonderland is giving us a new lineup of treats to sink our fangs into, including the green-coloured Frankenstein Funnel Cake, Graveyard Cone Ice Cream, Zombie Mac and Cheese Beef Burger, and boozy drinks served in blood bags!

Where: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Dr

Grand Order of Divine Sweets

This spot has good the G.O.O.D.S., literally. This pretty blue bakeshop on Queen West does it big for Halloween and is even running a Baketober event with new spooky treats to try each day. You can order your very own brain cake to freak out all the guests at your costume party. If you’d rather dig your fork into something that looks more appetizing this Halloween, you’ve got infinite choices here.

Where: 1162 Queen St W

Squish Candies

We may be too old to trick or treat, but that doesn’t mean we can’t satisfy our sweet tooth anyway. These vegan, Canadian-made gummies come in all kinds of adorable varieties just for Halloween. Head on over to Squish and load up on Hot Skulls, Witches Brew, Tarantulas, and more. They have spooky gift baskets and individually wrapped pieces if you want to sample a little bit of each.

Where: Find your nearest location here.

The Rolling Pin

Invite your pals over to enjoy these spooktacular Halloween goodies. Munch your way through a half-dozen Halloween-themed donuts and cupcakes while you paint your edible spook house. Or, you can get crafty with your own DIY Halloween donut decorating kit and enjoy your creations while you watch a classic scary movie.

Where: 1970 Avenue Rd

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 Bare Bones Bartending

Ever wanted to learn how to make your own nightmarish boozy beverages at home? Now you can learn from the masters at this Halloween Cocktail Workshop on October 30th, where you get to wear a costume and learn how to make 3 spooky cocktails. What better way to celebrate the occasion than by sipping poison of your own creation? You’ll walk away with a gift bag with cocktail-making accessories, chocolate snacks, and maybe even a prize from one of the in-class trivia games.

Where: 20 College St, Upper Deck

Deadly Grounds

Coffee enthusiasts, you’ll have to drive out of the city for this one, but the journey is worth it. This cafe is dedicated to all things spooky and it’s the place to be for a wickedly satisfying latte this October. You can shop for all kinds of sinister merch at this unique spot, and sip on a beverage in a skull-shaped glass. They even have $1 Drip Day specials where you can get any size of coffee for just a buck.

Where: 1413 Durham Regional Hwy 2, Courtice