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  1. Dark History will be running grisly evening tours between the 26th and 31st of October.   Your guides Hans von Spanker and glamorous sidekick The Wench will regale you with fascinating tales about the ancient history of the area, Medieval life, trade, the Black Death, "justice" and persecution. A bit of sword play maybe. We will also be sampling some Medieval booze :-)   Where and when?: We start in Marienplatz, just by Mary´s Column. Look for the "Dark History Tours" sign. We start at 5.15 except for the 31st when we have a 3pm kick-off - this gives folk ample time to make their party afterwards, get to their coven etc.   Duration: give yourself about 3 hours - but the time flies by.    How much? Regular:  €20, €18 concessions (Students, seniors 65+, serving or ex-military and/or first responders) Very young kids*: you decide   Reservations not required but an indication of interest on here would be useful so we know how much beer to bring.    Come in costume and win a (liquid!) prize :-)   *Note: While we love talking to kids about history, some of this really is a bit grisly (But sadly, all too true). If you are bringing youngsters just let us know beforehand.      
  2. Halloween Party 2018

    Belushi's Halloween Party 31/10/2018   If you’re looking for somewhere to celebrate Halloween 2018 in Berlin, join us for some freaky fun at Belushi’s Bar on Wednesday, October 31st!   The fridges will be stocked full of the Devil’s nectar and our kitchen will be open late, serving up bloody delicious burgers and snacks.   The theme is open, meaning you can dress up as whatever the hell you like for your chance to win a €50 bar tab on the night for best-dressed! There will be a photographer there to capture all of your darkest sides.   We’ll have ice-cold Jäger on tap and your favourite spirits, including 2 for 1 vodka, gin or rum + mixer, as well as 2 for 1 bottles of Carlsberg between 5pm and 9pm. Be sure to get in early to take full advantage of all the scary-good prices!   DJ K!NG KVNG will be keeping things devilish on the dance floor ‘til late, so start preppin’ to join us in your scariest garb and let’s get bat-shit crazy. We’re all going to hell, anyway!! For more information on this and other events, be sure to visit
  3. It's that time of year again when vampires, witches, and Disney Princesses spookily roam the streets of Munich with bags of candy dangling from their chilled hands. Why not make your way over to our neighborhood and join in on the sweet Halloween fun?  We appreciate all of the support we can get to keep this event running as amazingly as it has been. If you would like to Trunk-or-Treat (offer candy from the decorated trunk of your car) we more than welcome you to park on Ernst-von-Beling-Straße or one of the side streets off of it. To make it easier to plan how much candy to get, last year we had between 150-250 kids.  It's suggested that the kids go in smallish groups around the neighborhood. It's harder with very large groups of kids...part of the fun is bumping into each other along the way. Think about glow sticks or other things to make sure you are well lit for the traffic. For those of you who have been here before, we will not be making a map this year but will instead hope that many neighbors participate by placing jack-o-lanterns and the like in front of their houses making it clear if they are participating. So just park your car in the area around Ernst-von-Beling-Straße and start trick-or-treating! We look forward to seeing you in our spooky garage, so be sure to stop by and say hi! Feel free to share this with anyone you think might be interested!   WHEN: October 31, from 7pm - 9pm   WHERE: Untermenzing. Park on Manzostraße, Schweidnitzerweg, or Zittenauerstr. We need room for the Trunk-or-Treaters on Ernst-Von-Beling Str.  WHAT:  Kids walk around in small groups (with adult depending on age) and bring a bag with them. All kids should wear a costume (adults are encouraged too). The costume does not have to be scary...anything goes. They go to houses which have made it obvious they are participating (pumpkins, candles, decoration) and say trick-or-treat at the door. They will normally put some candy in each kid's bag or ask the kids to take for them selves. It is best to only take one and ask if you are allowed to take more. make sure to come by the spooky house on Ernst-Von-Beling Str. (my house) as I also give adults special treats as well! (Get your mind out of the gutter please)....See you there! Just PM me with questions. You can find the Facebook event HERE: