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Booritos and Other Halloween Food Specials

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Chipotle Mexican Grill: The Newport Beach-based chain is bringing back its Boorito promotion for the first time since 2019. Rewards members who visit in costume after 3 p.m. on Halloween can get an entrée for $6. There’s a limit of one offer per costume, according to a Facebook event listingchipotle.com

Cold Stone Creamery: The seasonal flavor is Boo Batter Ice Cream, which is black and laced with candy. coldstonecreamery.com

Duck Donuts: The seasonal Spooky Box includes several theme doughnuts, including Ants Marching, So Mummy and Dirt ‘N Worm. duckdonuts.com

Dunkin’: Seasonal specials include the Dunk-o-Lantern Donut, Spider Donut and a Peanut Butter Cup Macchiato, according to a news release. dunkindonuts.com

Hot Dog On a Stick: Guests can get turkey or veggie corn dogs for $1, Oct. 28-31, according to a news release. hotdogonastick.com

Krispy Kreme: This year’s Haunted House doughnut flavors include Spooky Spider, Boo Batter, Scaredy Cat and Neon Orange Sprinkle. They are available through Oct. 31 and served in a special box when purchased by the dozen. Customers who come to a Krispy Kreme shop or go through the drive-thru in costume on Halloween can get one free doughnut of choice, according to the chain’s website. krispykreme.com

McDonald’s: The Chicago-based fast food giant brought back its popular Halloween Pails this month after an absence of several years. It is serving Happy Meals in the plastic containers until Halloween or as long as supplies last. Media outlets throughout the country are predicting they won’t last very long. mcdonalds.com

Miguel’s Jr: The first 100 children 12 and younger in costume can receive a free mini burrito with the purchase of another food item on Oct. 31. Happy hour will be extended from 2 p.m. to close. It features discounts on taquitos, tostadas and lemonade. miguelsjr.com

Pieology: Customers who buy one custom pizza on Halloween can get half off a second, according to a news release. The offer is good for in-store purchases only. pieology.com

Rubio’s Coastal Grill: The chain’s Boorito promotion allows Rubio’s Rewards member to get any burrito on the menu for $7.99 on Oct. 31, according to a news release. They need to place their orders on Rubio’s app, or scan their phones at the register to get the discount. 

Starbucks: The coffee chain is selling glow-in-the-dark reusable cups with eerie designs for $14.95-$24.95., according to a news release. starbucks.com

Wendy’s: The burger chain has five days of deals for its app users Oct. 27-31. They include BO(O)Gos on Dave’s Singles on Oct. 28 and spicy chicken sandwiches on Oct. 30. Wendy’s is also is doing its annual Boo Books campaign. They cost $1 include five coupons for Jr. Frostys at $1 each. wendys.com

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The Cheesecake Factory: Through Friday, Oct. 28, customers can receive one free slice of Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake Cheesecake or Hershey’sChocolate Bar Cheesecake with their online take-out or delivery order of $40 or more using the promo code TREAT22, according to a news release.  thecheesecakefactory.com

IHOP: Children 12 and younger can get a free Scary Face Pancake with an adult purchase 4-10 p.m. through Oct. 31.  ihop.com

Lazy Dog Restaurants: The Costa Mesa-based chain is serving a Fall-O-Ween beer pairings dinner through Oct. 26. The menu includes such items as Spicy Devil’s Egg, Fallen Wings and a Black & Blue Burger. The price is for $85 for two, plus taxes, service charges and 18% gratuity. Make reservations on the chain’s website. Lazy Dog is also offering a free dessert with the order of a Friends & Family Meal on Halloween. Meals serve four to five people and are delivered ready to eat. Use the code TREAT at checkout. lazydogrestaurants.com

Norms: The chain is offering free kids’ entrées for children 12 and younger in costume Oct. 29-31. The offer is for dine-in-guests only, according to a news release. norms.com

Red Lobster: The seafood chain is offering free delivery on to-go orders placed on its website Oct. 28-31, according to a news release. redlobster.com

Rock & Brews: Kids dressed in costume can eat free during “Rock’oween” weekend, Oct. 29-31, according to a news release. Mention the promo to your server to redeem. Airport and casino locations are excluded. rockandbrews.com

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