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Two Halloween weekend specials at Yakitori Boy

Drink specials, costume contests and more

Danya Henninger
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From Philly PR Girl

With a fall chill finally in the air, Philadephia now feels ready to celebrate Halloween. And this year, Yakitori Boy is hosting not one, but TWO Halloween parties.  Oct. 28 and 31 Yakitori Boy presents: Japas Horror Story! There will be $7 drink specials – the Twisty and the Asylum, try them if you dare! – and spectacular costume contests, so come dressed in your scariest, funniest, or flirtiest costume!

On Saturday, Captain Morgan will be there to help kick off the freaky fun: they’re choosing the most dapper “Captain” to win complimentary Captain Morgan bottle service. In addition, the Yakitori Boy team will be keeping their eyes out for their five favorite costumes to win $25 gift cards. These five winners are invited back to Yakitori Boy to compete for the grand prize on Tuesday.

It’s all treats and no tricks on Halloween. The three best-dressed guys or ghouls will be awarded hair-raising prizes: first place will receive a $200 gift card OR $200 worth of bottle service, second place will receive a $150 gift card, and 3rd place will receive a $100 gift card.

So howl along with your friends and party like the un-dead on both Saturday and Tuesday at Yakitori Boy. No cover or ticket necessary. To make a reservation or request a private karaoke room, please call 215-923-8088. Yakitori Boy is open daily from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.


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