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Cafe Boo-lud's Haunted Halloween

Halloween is universal: Whether you're rich or poor, conservative or liberal, dressing up in costume and parading around is good fun. Well, here's a chance for Palm Beach Islanders to let their hair down a little... or anyone else up to make the drive. Cafe Boulud -- Chef Daniel Boulud's restaurant in Palm Beach's Brazilian Court Hotel -- is hosting a Haunted Halloween party that will put the "fun" back in "funded."

It starts Saturday at 6 p.m. with a mixer full of creepy cocktails

like the "Bloody Caipirihina," Mary's Latin cousin. A chef-carved

pumpkin display will allow guests to choose a favorite, then it's off

to the costume contest at 7 p.m. where the best dressed can win a

complimentary brunch for four. Starting at 9 p.m., DJ Nick Flash will

take over on the decks, while Samba dancers command the courtyard and a

fortune teller starts doling out advice for the future (hint: stay out

of that private investment scam!).

While you could show up to trick or treat, reservations to stay at this party are a must -- nab them by calling 561-655-6060.

Cafe Boulud
301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach

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