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Halloween Weekend At The Pacific Beach Hotel Is a Treat For Families

Halloween Weekend Booffet (Buffet) Menu at the Pacific Beach Hotel Oceanarium

Halloween is a favorite at The Pacific Beach Hotel and the staff goes all out to provide the kinds of treats, not tricks, for the entire family. It all begins at our spectacular centerpiece of the hotel – the Oceanarium. It is three stories, filled with fish, stingrays and eel and on Halloween weekend, maybe some surprising creatures.

All through Halloween weekend from Friday, October 28 to Monday, October 31, divers in the Oceanarium will be in costume as they feed the fish and children’s imaginations each evening at 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

The Halloween Oceanarium staff will prepare a ghoulishly delicious Dinner Booffet (buffet) that features Prime Rib Monster Meat, Mummy’s Island Fresh Catch, Cemetery Plot Beef, Vampire Vegetables and more.

Kids (5-10 years old) in their costumes at the Oceanarium Booffet eat all they want of what they want for only $8.50 each with a paying adult.
The children won’t be the only ones dressed in Halloween costumes, many of the Pacific Beach staff enjoy dressing as goblins, ghouls, strange creatures and things-of-the-night too.

All guests and visitors can help judge the staff pumpkin-carving contest. It will be on display in the main lobby. The winners will be announced on Tuesday, Nov. 1.

For more on having a great time at the Pacific Beach from special restaurant offerings to contests, kama‘aina specials to entertainment join us on Facebook at Pacific Beach Hotel Oceanarium and Aloha Center Café and for reservations, call (808) 922-1233 or visit www.pacificbeachhotel.com.


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