A Good Scare Will Make You Hungry

Halloween is almost here and New Orleans’ famous Halloween attractions are about to open. After you got a good scare you and your family will be hungry. Check out some of the scariest places in the city you will want to visit. All that screaming will leave you thirsty and hungry so why not grab a bite to eat afterwards at Mulate’s which is conveniently located in the Warehouse District?

The Mortuary Strikes 12

The Mortuary Strikes 12The Mortuary opens September 22. This year’s theme for the annual Halloween Haunted House extravaganza is the Mortuary Strikes 12. At New Orleans’ best haunted house, you can expect scary clowns, characters swinging chainsaws, axes, butcher knives and ice picks, along with many others wearing nightmare-inducing masks to get your heart rate up for at least 12 hours.

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The Mortuary is an icon of old New Orleans located at the dead end of world famous Canal Street. Less than 3 miles from the French Quarter on the Cemetery Streetcar line, the mansion was originally built in 1872 and operated for about 80 years as an actual MORTUARY. The property is surrounded by actual graveyards known in New Orleans as “The Cities Of The Dead.” Add to what is undoubtedly a very scary environment to begin with, state of the art animatronics, theatrical sets, movie quality makeup, over-the-top special effects, unusual themes and details adds up to experiencing one of the most terrifying Halloween haunts ever. It has been heralded as one of the top, most realistic, Hollywood style destination haunted attractions in the world, year after year! Every season, this innovative horror experience continues to draw tens of thousands of thrill seekers anxious to see what new fright-mares have been unleashed!

Scout Island Scream Park

Scout Island Scream Park Scary ClownJust two weeks later, on October 5, New Orleans’ newest Halloween attraction opens Scout Island Scream Park. “Land of terror,” Island of horrors” are only a few terms to describe Scout Island Scream Park which gets ready to open in October in New Orleans City Park. With the help of The Mortuary Haunted Mansion, the island located in the park just North of I-610 will become “more than a just a haunted house, but a thrill-seeker’s dream or nightmare,” promises Bob Becker, City Park CEO.

The idyllic island will offer several thrill themed zones starting with Cirque du Fear, a sort “circus freak show” which will of course feature scary clowns, the Blood Bayou Fright zone will test your nerves with scary skeleton pirates and at the Zombie Outbreak Battlefield you’ll get a chance to shoot zombies using laser technology. If that’s not enough , you can go on the Devil’s Swamp Tour, visit the Scream Factory or the Horseman’s Fright Zone. The project, which has been in the making for about two years,  is “something the city has not seen before,” says Jeff Borne owner of the Mortuary Haunted House. If you do not have nerves of steel, there are some scare free options during daylight hours including the Haunted Hayride or the Kids Zone.

For more details including ticket information visit: https://scoutislandscreampark.com/

Hungry yet?

To enjoy Cajun food, join us at Mulate’s for authentic Cajun cuisine, music, and dancing.

We’re located at 201 Julia Street in the Warehouse District, and laissez les bon temps rouler. For more information, call (504) 522-1492 or contact us by email at chantelle@mulates.com to inquire about accommodating large groups.