ACME Horror Story: Crawloween

October 31, 2014 @ 7:00 pm – November 1, 2014 @ 1:30 am America/Los Angeles Timezone
Beelman's Pub
600 South Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Cost of Drinks

crawloweenACME Hospitality Group Gets Five Kinds of Twistedwith Its First ACMECrawloween in Downtown LA

Themed Parties, Costume Contests, and No Cover Charge at Library Bar, Sixth Street Tavern,Beelman’s Pub, Spring St. Bar, & King Eddy Saloon
Whoever said there was an age limit to trick-or-treat was absolutely correct… the good parties require ID.This year, Halloween falls on a Friday, and ACME Hospitality Group has been scheming up its firstACME Crawloween. On October 31st, all five of its Downtown LA bars will exercise their drinking demons with uniquely themed parties from 7:00pm – 1:30am. The Patrick Batemans and Freddy Kreugers will want to gather with like masterminds at Library Bar’s Villains bash, whereas the undead can bond over similar interests and mutations atSixth Street Tavern’sZombie Prom. Any way the creepy crawler slices it, each bar will dole out candy treats, throw in a few undisclosed tricks, offer a signature spiked punch for $4, and judge a costume contest around 11:30pm.

Crawloween comes on the heels of ACME’s wildly successful Bar Crawl in late August.The walkability of Crawloween is unique to ACME, as all locations exist within a few square downtown blocks of each other. Ghouls and partygoers can cut their own path and visit each bar as they please and each party is completely free and freaky.

Beelman’s Pub
600 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90014
King Eddy Saloon
131 E 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Library Bar
630 West 6th St., Suite 116-A, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Sixth Sreet Tavern
630 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Spring St. Bar
626 S Spring St Suite B, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Ryan Porter
[email protected]
(323) 461-1011

The multi-faceted, highly integrated hospitality company formed by partners William Shamlian, Michael Leko, and Jonny Valenti, who met over 20 years ago while working together at the now infamous Mezzaluna restaurant in Brentwood, California. With over 75 years of collective hospitality experience, the three partners developed their individual skill sets by working in every conceivable hospitality position, from dishwasher to general manager. The partners followed their individual paths until fate brought them back together to establish one of the premier hospitality groups in Los Angeles and New York. To date, ACME continues to reimagine the hospitality landscape, with a strong presence in Downtown L.A., ever mindful of the public’s unquenchable quest for something new. Their establishments include Beelman’s Pub, Sixth St. Tavern, Library Bar, Spring St. Bar, King Eddy Saloon, and Laurel Tavern in Los Angeles; Los Feliz and Spitzer’s Corner in New York City.

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