Dress Up & Dine in Downtown Culver City

A Hip & Historic Happening for a Halloween like no other!

Looking for a place to safely show off your costume this Halloween? Bring the whole family out to eat in Downtown Culver City!

On Friday, October 30 and Saturday October 31, participating restaurants will give a sweet treat to customers who purchase a meal and come dressed in costume. After you eat, post a pic in front of the restaurant, and follow the instructions below to enter our Costume Contest. Winners will receive gift certificates for local businesses in such categories as “Scariest Costume”, “Most Adorable”, “Most On-Brand for 2020” and “Best Overall Costume”.

Prefer to stay at home, curled up with your favorite horror flick? Join in the fun by posting a pic in costume enjoying takeout from your favorite Downtown restaurant and follow the instructions below.

Downtown businesses will also be donating candy to Culver City Backpacks for Kids to be distributed along with groceries to families in need. 

All of us in Downtown Culver City are so grateful to all of our neighbors for keeping the Heart of SCREAM-land beating during the scariest of years. We hope you’ll accept this small token of our appreciation. We look forward to seeing all of you in costume as you dine safely on our extended patios, and we’re already excited for next year’s Hip and Historic Halloween Event when we can gather once more.

Please note: To keep everyone safe, there will be no door-to-door trick-or-treating in Downtown this year.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I enter the costume contest?

Instagram:

Tag @DTCulverCity in your photo!

Use the hashtag #DressUpandDine in the post.

Include the restaurant name in the "add location" field.

Facebook:

Privacy for photo must be set to "public."

Tag our Downtown page @DowntownCulverCity.

Be sure to virtually "check in" at the restaurant!

How will I know who is participating?

All participating businesses will display a themed poster in their window.

Our current list of participating businesses includes:

51 Chinese Kitchen

Akasha

The Auld Fella

Chicas Tacos

City Tavern

Meet in Paris French Bistro

Novecento

Piccalilli

Rocco's Tavern

Rush Street

Seventy7 Lounge

The Culver Hotel

Ugo

Where do I park if I come in person?

Free parking for up to one hour in any of Downtown's three municipal parking structures. Keep in mind our street closures that are currently in effect when planning your travel.

    Background Desgin

    The Lion’s Fountain by Douglas Olmsted Freeman (2004)