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Haunted Houston Food & Ghost Walking Tour by Nightly Spirits

Marisol Gallagher

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HOUSTON — After their success on “Haunted Pub and Walking Tours”, Nightly Spirits, a horror-themed tourism service in the United States, is hosting a new tour called “Haunted Houston Food & Ghost Walking Tour”.

The tour participants will visit four or five haunted restaurants and historic, ghostly buildings around the downtown. Participants will sample the haunted establishments’ food and learn about its history, Houston, and of course, the best ghost stories in town.

The tour will start at 1000 Prairie St., at 2.30 p.m. A costumed guide will then escort the participants to the following restaurants:

  1. The Moonshiners Southern Table + Bar
    Located at 1000 Prairie Street, The Moonshiners’ specialty is American South staple foods such as shrimp and grits. The participants will have a 30-minutes stop here before continuing to the next stop.
  2. Batanga Houston
    After another walk, participants will have another 30 minutes stop at Batanga Houston. Their specialties are Latin American tapas (small plate dishes) from Peru, Brazil, Spain, Colombia, and Argentina. Batanga Houston is located at 908 Congress Ave.
  3. Birraporetti’s
    According to their management in Yelp, Birraporetti’s is “a great Italian Restaurant… A heck of an Irish bar”. Their specialties are stone oven, hand-thrown Italian pizzas, Signature Bellini’s, and Irish coffee. It is located at 500 Louisiana St.
  4. El Big Bad
    The participants will be brought to 419 Travis St. for a 30-minutes stop to try their signature foods at this Latin America-inspired bar. They serve 70 infused tequilas and Latin-inspired drinks.
  5. Niko Niko’s
    The trip will guide participants to Downtown Historic District Market Square to hear haunting tales about the old location. After that, the tour will terminate in Niko Niko’s at 301 Milam St. Their specialties are American-Greek fusion foods such as Tzaziki and pita bread.

The tour will cover less than one mile and last for about two to three hours. It will cost $63.55 per person. Every batch of the tour is limited to 15 participants. Visit nightlyspirits.com to learn more.

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