This Halloween, discover wickedly delicious dishes

October 27, 2017 | Orange County
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Halloween is just around the corner, and with so many hungry goblins and ghouls roaming this weekend, things are about to get spooky. To avoid any hocus pocus, order a spooktacular feast delivered Uber fast - it’s practically magic!

To scare up the season, we’ve found some of the most frightening fixin’s you can order in SoCal. We dare you to try these wickedly delicious dishes.

Los Angeles

The Charcoal Lemonade from Juice Served Here

Craving a hair-raisingly healthy drink this scary season? Look no further than Juice Served Here’s Charcoal Lemonade, made with alkaline water, sugar cane juice, lemon, activated charcoal and montmorillonite clay. The charcoal turns this potion juice pitch black. But color aside, we promise it’ll do wonders for your health.

The Evil Donut Dollhouse Donuts from Donut Princess

Downtown LA’s spankin’ new donut shop, Donut Princess, is getting into the spooky spirit with their Evil Donut Dollhouse themed donut box, created exclusively for the scary season. Expect a dozen, devilishly delicious donuts that are destined to haunt your Instagram!

The Dragon’s Breath Sandwich from The Sand Witch

Calling all witches and wizards! The Sand Witch offers up cold, grilled, and veggie sandwiches, plus soups and salads, all with a magical touch. The Dragon’s Breath sandwich is especially spellbinding, with chicken breast, pepper jack, red bell pepper, onion, tomato, jalapeños and chipotle spread, on a jalepeño cheese bread. Prepare for some fiery breath!

The Chopped Liver Platter from Fromin’s Deli

Gather your bravest pals and order the chopped liver platter from Fromin’s Deli. Chopped liver is made by broiling liver and onions and adding hard-boiled eggs, salt and pepper. Served with coleslaw, potato salad, tomato, and bread and butter, there’s something on the platter for every wicked tastebud.

Orange County

Smoky Bacon Deviled Eggs from Lucilles Smokehouse Bar-Be-Que

Order the smoky bacon deviled eggs from Lucille’s Smokehouse for a tasty appetizer as part of your Halloween feast. With crispy applewood smoked bacon, their signature rib spice, scallions and sweet red peppers, this dish is devilishly delicious.

Rogan Ghost from Rasoi Curry Point Santa Ana

Turn up the heat with the Rogan Ghost from Rasoi Curry Point, a hot and spicy slow-cooked lamb curry that has loads of flavor. For a full monster spread, we recommend pairing it with one of their delicious buttery naans.

Devil’s Food Chocolate from The Donuttery

Dying for chocolate this weekend? Tap into The Donuttery and order their Devil’s Food Chocolate donut, topped with marshmallows and chocolate icing. It’s the perfect fluffy, sweet and carby treat for every ghost and ghoul.

San Diego

The “7 Wicked Wich sandwich from Which Wich

Forget boring sandwiches, The Which Wich are serving up a seriously sinister lunch time meal: The “7 Wicked Wich. Loaded with turkey, ham, roast beef, pepperoni and bacon, alongside your choice of dressing and cheese, this is one sandwich sure to fill up even a monster appetite!

The Tongue Sandwich from Carnivore Sandwich

Bring a hefty dose of courage to this one - the tongue sandwich from Carnivore Sandwich isn’t for the faint-hearted! Stuffed with tongue, beef, deli, mustard and rye, as well as your choice of other fixings, this sandwich is perfect suited for Halloween cravings.

Gator Burger from Crazee Burger

That’s not Halloween trickery you’re reading: you can really enjoy an alligator burger at Crazee Burger! With an entire menu dedicated to exoctic meats, they know a thing or two about daring dishes. If you’re not sold on the alligator patty, there’s always an Ostrich burger with a lemon chive cream sauce, or a delicious camel burger topped with Moroccan curry hollandaise sauce.


Daring enough to try these spooky dishes? There’s no trick to this treat - simply tap into the UberEATS app, choose whatever your boo-tiful heart desires, , and have your Halloween feast delivered to you fast. Happy Halloween!

Posted by Sonja Bistranin
Category: On the Menu