Restaurateurs are rolling out assorted tricks and treats to drum up business on Halloween, which this year falls on a Monday. Ranging from the ghoulish and creepy to the downright fun, the many bar, menu and party promotions are designed to raise business on a night that is often dead. “It’s always best when Halloween falls on a Friday or Saturday,” said Chris Mullins, owner of McGillin’s Olde Ale House in Philadelphia. Still, many operators are calling on spirits to ...

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