Restaurants offering free or discounted food deals For Halloween

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Patricia Lopez knows where the free and fantastic Halloween events are this weekend and on Monday (JASON FOCHTMAN)

All treats and with no tricks! If your idea of a Halloween treat is freebies and deals, then break out your costume and hit these locations!

Free Food:
Free Krispy Kreme Donuts on Halloween
If you come to Krispy Kreme dressed in a costume, you get one free donut of your choice, including Zombie donuts! Be sure to post photos use #scrungy on social media, and you might be featured on their website!

Free scary face pancakes at IHOP
On Halloween day, your kids ages 12 and under can get a free scary face pancake from 7am to 10pm. Kids can decorate their pancakes with strawberries, mini Oreo cookies and candy corn.

Cheap 'Booritos' at Chipotle
Okay, this one's not free, but for just $3, you can get a 'Boorito' at Chipotle. Just come in a costume from 3pm to close, and you'll enjoy a burrito, bowl, salad, or an order of tacos. One 'Boorito' promotion per person in costume.
Baja Fresh is giving kids a free meal with an adult purchase through Halloween.

Sonic is offering a .50 cent corn dog before trick-or-treating on Monday, Oct. 31.

Outback Steakhouse is offering a coupon for 15 percent off the entire check through Oct. 31.

Chuck E. Cheese is handing out 50 free tickets to kids in costume through Halloween.

Free Events:
Halloween Night (Monday): Orange Show Pumpkin Carving Workshop and Trick or Treating

An annual tradition, the Orange Show plays host to a pumpkin carving workshop, great fun for the whole family! This year, they will hold it under the Vinson & Elkins Pavilion in Smither Park! Expert pumpkin carvers will teach you the tricks and treats of creating a pumpkin-y masterpiece. At dusk, trick or treating will begin. Event runs from 5 to 7:30pm. Don't forget to bring your own pumpkin. A limited supply will be available for sale at the event.

Halloween Night (Monday): Night of the Living Dead screening
Come get your scare on at Miller Outdoor Theater on Halloween night, as they present the 1968 cinema classic, "Night of the Living Dead." Movie begins at 7:30pm.

Bass Pro Shops is even getting in on the treats with scheduled events all weekend and through Halloween including crafts, samples, and face painting.

Michael's Crafts is putting on a Monster Bash Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. where kids can make their own trick-or-treating candy bags or get their face painted for free.

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