Celebrate Halloween All Month Long at ARLO SoHo

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Not sure where to get in your taste of Halloween in NYC? Look no further than the Arlo Hotel SoHo. With month-long programming, it’s worth checking out! We recently stopped by to try out some of their BOOze-y cocktails, their cult classics, and experience Arlo Manor; all in a day’s work!

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Arlo SoHo

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Cult Classics at A.L.B.

Halloween is a month-long occasion at A.L.B., as guests can catch classic 80s horror flicks every Monday during the property’s Cult Classics series. The films highlight the golden age of slashers, including Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Child’s Play, and more. Beginning at 8PM on Mondays, visitors can select from a menu of  Spirited Spirits, such as The Freddy, made with Absolute Vodka, pomegranate, lime, and chocolate; The Chucky, a mixture of El Jimador Tequila, grand mariner, ghost pepper, and lime; or The Jason, a blend of Woodford Reserve Rye, cinnamon, raspberry, and egg white. Popcorn is on the house and the event is free to attend

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Arlo Manor

Arlo has recently partnered with Blood Manor to create “Arlo Manor,” which will run in the property’s courtyard from October 18-31. Taking over one of the new cabins, the mini Halloween pop-up will include spooky decor, actors from blood manor, and a Halloween cocktail menu, which includes The Freddy, The Jason and The Chucky. Blood Manor actors will also be attending the Cult Classics nights at Arlo SoHo and handing out free tickets for Blood Manor to select guests. Further, guests can use the promo code ARLO on Blood Manor’s website to receive $10 off admission for general admission tickets and $15 off admission to the RIP tickets. 

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