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Celebrate the height of the spooky season with booze and brews in Bayside this weekend.

On Oct. 28, creatures of the night are being invited to the neighborhood’s bustling business corridor, Bell Boulevard, for a “Halloweekend Pub Crawl.” The all-day and night affair will run from 3 p.m. until 2 a.m.

For $10, participants will receive a Pub Crawl map, which will outline the best routes to take to participating locations, and a wristband. Each participating bar or pub will offer their own unique deals and specials for the night of festive fun.

Attendees are asked to purchase their ticket here and bring their receipt to event starting point, The Crown Room: a bar/lounge that opened up in March at 39-17 Bell Blvd. Registration will take place there between 3 and 9 p.m.

Drink specials at participating bars will run up until 2 a.m. You must be at least 21 years old to participate in the event.

Attendees are encouraged to don their best costumes to the freestyle crawl, which is a great way to meet new friends while exploring the best nightlife spots in the area, organizers said.

“Queens is a vast and diverse metropolis with lots of holiday fun to offer,” the event page reads. “Skeptical? Just have a look at Bayside.”

Visit the event page for ticket purchasing options and complete details. Questions about group rates or about the event itself may be directed to Pub Crawls at 888-998-6609.

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