Halloween Burgers and Prizes for Costumed Patrons

The Burger Kitchen

If you’ll be out in costume and in Los Angeles this Friday, you could win hundreds of dollars in prizes, including gift certificates, movie tickets, DVDs, posters and more from the Burger Kitchen.

Rated in the top 5 burgers in Southern California (Daily Candy), Burger Kitchen, the hip new Third street eatery, will open late for Halloween, with a unique menu for Halloween revelers.

The Burger Kitchen has more than 34 different burgers, Australian meat pies, gourmet sandwiches, 24 craft beers and over 30 wines. And, to mark this festive and ghoulish season, they’ve added a few new items to the menu, including

  • Death Burger
  • Blood Burger
  • Vampires Delight
  • Hangman’s noose
  • Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde sliders
  • Ghouls Salad
  • Frankenstein’s Franks
  • Torturers Revenge

And they dare you to “feast on these tender morsels!”

There will be costume contests for kids and adults, as well a scary movies playing on their 54″ TV.

The Burger Kitchen was created by Daniel Saffron, son of Alan Saffron, who was the first to introduce Power Rangers to the retail market at puzzle Zoo in Santa Monica.

The Basics

Halloween costume contests, prizes and fun
Costume contest for adults: Scariest; Most original; Sexiest
Costume contest for kids: scariest; most original; Cutest
Watch scary movies on their 54” TV

The Burger Kitchen
8048 west 3rd street
Los Angeles

Friday, Oct. 29
9pm to 2am
A tribute to SAW, adults only costume contest

Saturday, Oct. 30
9pm to 2am
Monsters Revenge, adults only costume contest

Sunday, Oct. 31
11am to 11pm, Halloween Delights – bring the family
11am to 3pm, Halloween Brunch
6pm, Kids costume contest

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As The Genre Traveler, Carma Spence loves to view the world through Genre-Coloured glasses. In other words, she sees the world through a lens of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, where trash cans can be Daleks in disguise and neighborhood forests can harbor faeries and sprites. Magic realism is real! Or at least you can choose to see the world that way to add to the fun and awe of life.