Johnny Smalls Offers Halloween Trick & Treats Menu From October 21-31

Johnny Smalls restaurant inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino offers a mouthwatering menu featuring festive dishes, just in time for the spookiest holiday of the year, Halloween. Specializing in tapas and located in the all-suite HRH Tower, the Spanish-influenced Johnny Smalls dishes up five limited-time only specialty plates as well as three thirst-quenching libations, available Friday, Oct. 21 through Halloween.

Johnny Smalls With Chef Vic Vegas

Bloody Berry Cosmo
Bloody Berry Cosmo at Johnny Smalls

Festive bites include the “Eye” Balls, spicy green olive meatballs with spicy Arrabbiata sauce ($6); Bucket of Bones, pork back ribs in a “bloody hot” glaze ($8); From the Black Lagoon, calamari and shrimp ceviche with multi-colored tortilla chips ($10); Charred Parts, char grilled ribs, wings and rare flat iron with sticky red barbeque sauce ($12); and Pumpkin Mousse, served in a chocolate pumpkin shell ($7).

Bucket of Bones and Eye Balls
Bucket of Bones and Eye Balls at Johnny Smalls

Halloween cocktails include the Bloody Berry Cosmo , featuring SKYY Vodka, fresh lime juice Chambord and a candy eyeball ($9); Candy Corn Martini , made of candy corn infused vodka ($9); and the Pixi Stick shot, with Grape SKYY, Triple Sec and Cointreau ($3).

On Sunday, Oct. 30, partygoers may satisfy their appetites at Johnny Smalls as the restaurant transforms for a pre-Halloween bash. Guests are encouraged to dress in their best costumes and make their way to Vanity Nightclub that same evening for the Sinners’ Ball, featuring approximately $50,000 in cash and prizes for the following categories: sexiest costume, best celebrity impersonator, scariest costume, most creative, WTF costume and best group costume. Photo credit: Erik Kabik for Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Johnny Smalls takes a no-hassle approach to dining with no sequence of service, and no problems. The charming restaurant offers small plates and big fun with a menu of more than fifty shareable dishes. Prices for the whimsical dishes range from $6 to $12. Johnny Smalls is open from 6 to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 3 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. On weekends, Johnny Smalls restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat-tapas special for $19.99 ($15.99 with Rockstar Players Card).

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