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Raising the steaks this Halloween at Gaucho

Halloween at Gaucho

From frightfully good film screenings and wine tastings fit for witches and wizards alike, to creepy canine events and twisted tango brunches, Gaucho’s series of spooktacular events has you covered this Halloween.

Monster Mutts Doggy Sundays

Gaucho Hampstead – 1st October

Get ready for Howl-loween this year at Monster Mutts – a chance for dogs and their owners to get into the Halloween spirit at Gaucho’s ultimate Doggy Sundays at Gaucho Hampstead. Unleash your pup’s spooky side and dress them up for the day in their most ghoulish of glad rags, ready for their pic on the spooky terrace. On offer, the complimentary howliday menu will be available from 12 – 3pm for all dogs, whilst guests can dive into a range of delicious South American inspired dishes.

Sunday 1st October | 12 – 3pm | Halloween at Gaucho Hampstead

Gaucho Film Club – Scream

Gaucho Charlotte Street – 7th October

Get set for fright night at Gaucho’s October Film Club with cult classic Scream. Sure to leave you on the edge of your seat, head down to Gaucho Charlotte Street for this exclusive viewing and sink your teeth into a three-course menu paired with cocktails inspired by the film, a welcome glass of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Champagne and, of course, popcorn! After the film, unwind with a drink at the bar where all Film Club guests will be (trick or) treated to 25% off.

Saturday 7th October | 1:30pm | £65pp | Halloween at Gaucho Charlotte Street 

Twisted Tango Brunch

Gaucho Piccadilly -28th October

Add a spooky spin to your traditional Halloween festivities at the Gaucho Twisted Tango Brunch, in partnership with Casamigos, with terrifyingly good tango dancers and DJs taking to the floor to fire up the party. Dance with the devil and enjoy bottomless South-American inspired starters, followed by your choice of main and dessert, accompanied by drinks aplenty, including a tempting tequila cocktail to toast the most terrifying time of year.

Saturday 28th October | 11am – 4pm | £70pp | Halloween at Gaucho Piccadilly  

Which Wine Is Witch? Sour Grapes

Gaucho Chancery Lane – 31st October

Whether you consider yourself a wine wizard or witch, Gaucho’s Sour Grapes series is back with a Which Wine Is Witch special to (trick or) treat guests to an evening of blind tastings. Surrender to the unknown and pick your perfect poison by sampling four glasses of wine paired with delicious small plates. For any lost souls out there, the talented Tarot Reader will be on hand to answer life’s big questions.

Tuesday 31st October | 6pm | £25pp | Halloween at Gaucho Chancery Lane  

Halloween at Gaucho Chancery Lane

About Gaucho

Gaucho came to life through a genuine appreciation of Argentina; its people, their lifestyle, culture and rich food and wine offering. After witnessing first-hand, the gaucho way of life, spending time exploring the pampas region at the foothills of the dramatic, mineral rich mountain ranges, visiting working farms and vineyards, the desire to bring these influences to London was born, and the first Gaucho opened in 1994 in Piccadilly.

The collection of Gaucho restaurants in the UK has grown to twelve in London and eight regional sites in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle and Cardiff. The restaurant group continues to serve some of the finest beef in the world, now complemented by a broader food and wine offering in a contemporary setting, inspired by modern Argentina and all of its global influences.