Canary Hotel rooftop

Canary Hotel rooftop

Canary Gets Scary, Soothes on Sundays

Hotel Hosts Haunted Hollywood Halloween Party, Followed by Brunch

Hotels have a hallowed place in frightening lore, from the Bates outpost where Norman was far from normal to Disney’s Tower of Terror and its free-fall elevators. So it’s only fitting that the Canary Hotel (31 W. Carrillo St., 884-0300, is throwing a Haunted Hollywood Halloween party on Saturday, October 31, from 7-11 p.m. Precariously perched on the rooftop Perch, guests are advised to come in their best Hollywood-inspired costumes while they get to enjoy fine cuisine from Chef Brian Parks and special cocktails from Belvedere Vodka and Veuve Clicquot. If you’re more of a day person, the Canary’s restaurant, Coast, is now offering a very full and fulfilling Sunday brunch with items like lemon ricotta pancakes with raspberries and crme fra®che and features like a dessert bar and a tableside drink cart, so every early-day cocktail is as fresh as you are. If that’s not enough, you can order a $9.99 bottomless sparkling wine glass, sure to keep you bubbly for the rest of the day.

Canary Hotel

31 W. Carrillo St., Santa Barbara, CA
805-879-9100. More Info

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