Halloween Trick-or-Treat Sweets and Sights in Beverly Hills
From Caramel Apple Cupcakes and Spooky Sours to haunted house baskets, see which sweet shops you must visit for Halloween-themed treats. Additionally, remember to snap a photo in front of The Witch’s House and purchase your tickets to attend Bow Wow Beverly Hills, the annual pet-friendly Halloween event at Two Rodeo Drive.
The Witch’s House in Beverly Hills
Although you won’t find any treats here, The Witch’s House in Beverly Hills is the perfect backdrop for those in the Halloween spirit, no matter what time of year. This spooky-looking house once stood as the offices and dressing rooms to a silent film studio in Culver City. The structure was relocated to Beverly Hills in 1934, where it has remained since. The home features a lopsided roof, tiny windows and an overgrown English-style garden, and continues to be one of the most visited homes in Beverly Hills.
If you plan on stopping by to admire this quirky home, please be respectful and view only from public streets and sidewalks, as this is a private residence and tours are not offered.
Bow Wow Beverly Hills Presents: A Night in Muttley Carlo’ with James Bone
The annual Beverly Hills Halloween event at Two Rodeo Drive returns Sunday, October 30, 2016. Guests will enjoy casino games, a silent auction, raffles, a dog costume contest, snacks and more.
Proceeds from this special event benefit the Amanda Foundation, a non-profit animal charity in Beverly Hills. The Foundation operates its own full-service veterinary practice, rescues animals from Los Angeles City and County shelters and offers free spay or neuter procedures and vaccines through their Spaymobile, which travels to neighborhoods throughout the L.A. area.
Sourcing premium candies from around the globe and displaying them in a bright, chic boutique on South Santa Monica Drive, Sugarfina will celebrate Halloween with “Zombie Brain” gummies, Pumpkin Pie caramels and “Spooky” sours.
Not to be missed is the shop’s all-day, in-store Halloween event on October 29, where guests who visit the boutique dressed in costume will receive complimentary sweet treats and "Mummy Juice." For additional information, click here.
This Halloween, there’s no need for tricks when Edelweiss Chocolates of Beverly Hills has so many ghoulish treats! Enjoy frightfully delicious chocolates and candy, including candy corn bark, Halloween decorated Oreo cookies, chocolate skull lollipops and a large assortment of seasonal candies at Beverly Hills’ only chocolate factory, located on North Canon Drive.
K Chocolatier by Diane Kron
Bring home a haunted house gift basket from K Chocolatier, filled with your child’s favorite chocolates. Grown-ups will also love celebrating the holiday with Diane Kron’s “BOO”ze chocolates, filled with shots of vodka, tequila or scotch. The shop also has adorable pumpkin, ghost and skull Halloween bags available to fill with chocolates of your choice.
Go bobbing for apples in true Sprinkles fashion. From October 7-31, the bakery will offer Caramel Apple Cupcakes, made with Granny Smith apples and topped with a buttery caramel cream cheese frosting. Also returning in celebration of the spooky holiday is the Sprinkles BOO box, packed with Vanilla Milk Chocolate, Caramel Apple, Black and White and Red Velvet cupcakes. Each cupcake is adorned with Sprinkles ghost and BOO sugar decorations, while the box is sealed with a BOO sticker.
Teuscher Chocolates of Switzerland
Located on the southeast corner of Brighton Way and North Camden Drive, Teuscher offers an array of boxes and goodies for those in the Halloween spirit, including bat- and ghost-shaped chocolate treats imported from Switzerland. Guests may also choose from pumpkin baskets, skull boxes and Witch, Dracula or Ghost dolls, each filled with your choice of assorted truffles.