Fuego will offer guests a spectacularly spooky dining experience in its custom themed “Creepy Cabana” with spine-chilling views of the world’s most infamous haunted destination – The Queen Mary – lurking in the backdrop. Guests will encounter eerie props, colorful uncanny up-lighting, giant spiders and webs, a frighteningly themed dining table and side spaces, candelabras, and a small altar with several skulls, candles and flowers, plus more.
Fuego Executive Chef Victor Juarez has created a scary good Halloween themed menu. In addition, daily Halloween themed entrees and several food and drink specialties will be available to guests throughout the month. Fuego’s “Creepy Cabana” is available nightly by reservation only for up to 6 people from October 15-31 and requires a $300 minimum in food & beverage. To confirm availability and reserve your “Creepy Cabana” which requires a deposit, guests can contact Fuego directly at [email protected] or call 562.481.3910.
Guest can also enter to win a Halloween “Creepy Cabana” Dinner on Monday, October 26 by entering now at Fuego’s Instagram page at @FuegoLB.
“Awaken your spiritual sensibilities and enjoy a macabre dining experience in our spooky private ‘Creepy Cabana’ on Fuego’s patio overlooking the waterfront of Downtown Long Beach,” said Greg Guthrie, General Manager at Hotel Maya – a DoubleTree by Hilton. “Hotel Maya’s ‘Creepy Cabana’ is set in a unique themed environment that might make you feel as though you’ve been transported to the underworld for an evening of dark and delicious fun.”