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The Inn at RSF debuts a trick or treat extravaganza

RANCHO SANTA FE – On Halloween, the Inn will transform into an evening destination filled with festivities for all. This event marks the first annual Halloween Trick or Treat Extravaganza at the historic inn.

The celebration will start at 6 p.m., where parents can take the little ones for “tricking or treating” throughout the decorated cottages. Each cottage will have its own theme.

And everyone is encouraged to wear a costume for this debut underneath the starlit sky.

As a way of giving back to the community, this “trick or treat” event for the children is complimentary.

While the children collect their goodies, the adults can make a beeline for the Graveyard Bar. The Morada Bar will also be serving up Happy Hour specials.

“We hope the community will join us for our First Annual Halloween Trick or Treat Extravaganza and include The Inn in their yearly Halloween tradition,” said Jerome Strack, General Manager, Inn at Rancho Santa Fe.  “We thank the local residences for their continued patronage of The Inn over the past 90 years and hope they will join us in the fun.”

Strack admits the Halloween Trick or Treat Extravaganza was his brain child. Once the idea surfaced, many jumped onboard with their novel ideas in how to make the evening an unforgettable one.

Strack, who is new to the community, said one day he was driving around and wondered where the local children would trick or treat in the community.  So many of the homes he noticed were not accessible from the street, with long driveways and gated entries.

“I thought The Inn would be the perfect location for a safe trick or treat experience for the children of Rancho Santa Fe. So far, planning the event has been a blast,” he said.

Strack wants families to know the children can enjoy complimentary trick or treating in The Inn’s decorated cottages while adults sip their drinks at the Graveyard Bar under The Inn’s spooky Pepper Tree.

“Spooky décor and The Inn’s signature rustic charm serve as the perfect backdrop to the culmination of a beautiful Harvest season,” he said. Strack continued, “Our Halloween Extravaganza uniquely serves the community by appealing to both adults and children and providing a fun, safe and festive outlet to spend Halloween.”

Strack went on to say that while one never knows how successful an inaugural festive event will be, they are putting out all the stops, and hoping it becomes an event which grows more popular with each coming year.

For more information about the Halloween Trick or Treat Extravaganza call (858) 756-1131.

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