Witches can park their brooms at The Pearson Room on October 30 for an evening of fancy dress, themed food and fun.
Spooky spirit will fill the restaurant in Canada Place, where Pumpkin Fizz and Death in the Wharf will be the poisons of choice.
The former mixes butternut squash syrup with orange drop bitters, vodka and egg white for a taste to tingle the tastebuds of any ghoul, while Strega and St Germain are the liquers of choice for the haunting hit of Death in the Wharf.
For those creepy creatures with a sweet tooth, head chef Tim Tolley’s signature Pumpkin Pie is on the menu for one day only.
The dish is synonymous with Thanksgiving for the Virginia-born culinary whizz and inseparable from memories of his grandmother, Bessie Cherry Grogan.
This year, the creamy caramel tasting delight has taken a Halloween theme.
Those Canary Wharf workers who’ve left their devil horns and cat masks at home need not fear - the eatery has its own dress up and play prop box so revellers can make the most of the terrifying knees up.
From 7pm, resident DJ Sipz C will be on the decks pounding beats for any bad-blooded individual to bop to.