What are some famous streets that kids go Trick or Treating in your town? We all want to know!
In Washington DC - Trick-or-treating on Embassy Row allows you to visit different countries in one night. It's a ton of fun.
In our small town, East Hampton, everyone goes to the lanes in the village. Its picturesque.
Apparently my subdivision is the place to go in my hometown - if you don't do a Trunk or Treat, that is. Last year it was a madhouse around here, and I don't think it will be any better this year.
There's a street in Nuuanu that people all over the island go to trick or treat. People go crazy with decorating their houses, making haunted houses, and one family even puts on a little show about 2-3 times a night called "The Dancing Doctors." The wife choreographs the dance for the husband and his 2 friends (all doctors). The props and dancing are hilarious and the doctors basically all admit they have two left feet. You basically need to get dropped off with your kids because there's never any parking.
in berkeley there's this really great street in Berkeley, around Montclair I think, that goes all out for Halloween. The street is blocked off and it's a huge family thing and all the residents participate. A few years ago I went and there was a guy who outfitted a replica of a pirate ship that went up and down the street while a Pirates of the Caribbean was projected on it's sails.
Wow! That's crazy! Pirate ship? Last year we went to Taylor street in Millbrae and it was a blast. Very crowded though. The whole street is closed to traffic at a certain time and the residents really go all out to decorate their homes. Some even made a haunted house. So fun to see all the neighbors walking around.
Halloween just around the corner, so I'm hoping to revive this conversation. Where are you guys going Trick or treating? My friend who lives in NOPA in San Francisco - Baker Street, tells me that her neighbors down the street close of the street and go all out for Trick or treating.
We go to the mall here- but it's pretty cold and rainy here in Seattle at the end of October, and dark very early! It gets crowded, but it's fun, and then we go to Red Robin for dinner afterwards and eat more yummy food.
Ooooh. I just heard that Valemar in Pacifica, CA is a great street to Trick or Treat at. The neighborhood kids usually break into a spontaneous parade.
We just returned from trick or treating in our neighborhood, Park Slope, Brooklyn. I have to say it's a great place to take the kids - there's a great, family friendly parade that reminds you you're still in a big city, but you can still go door to door at all the brownstones to your heart's content.