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Spooky pops to share with the kids, or just eat alone
Spooky pops to share with the kids, or just eat alone
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Where To Find Grown-Up Halloween Treats In Dallas

Save the bag candy for the kids.

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Spooky pops to share with the kids, or just eat alone
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Halloween has officially arrived, which means that there's finally a good excuse to indulge in way too many sweets. Instead of snatching treats from the kids' plastic pumpkins, consider a holiday indulgence that's better suited to grown-ups.

From beer to black ice cream, these 10 Dallas restaurants and sweet shops are serving up scary good treats for Halloween. Sure, it would be nice to share these fancy chocolates and pastries with the kids, but there's no shame in hoarding these grown-up Halloween treats.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Kate Weiser Chocolate

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In keeping with previous years, the sweets are seriously spooky at Kate Weiser's Trinity Groves shop. Score white chocolate skulls, finger-shaped chocolates with fillings like pistachio and hazelnut, or perhaps a glittery witch's hat packed with marshmallow and caramel.
Kate Weiser Chocolate

Lakewood Brewing Company

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Put on a spooky costume and head to Lakewood, where this beloved brewery will host a Halloween party right in the middle of North Texas beer week. In addition to special brews on offer (including the seasonally-appropriate Punkel), the bar will also host beer and Halloween candy pairing flights and "fire sales" on brews.
Lakewood Brewing Co./Facebook

Steel City Pops

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Skip the school night trick-or-treating and decorate one of Steel City Pops' Halloween popsicle kits. Score four pops (the avocado and maple bacon bourbon pops make especially good canvases) and the supplies to decorate them with icing skeletons, candy eyes, and more. If that's a little too extra, chocolate-dipped pumpkin and apple cinnamon pops also await.

Unrefined Bakery

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Unrefined Bakery specializes in selling sweets that are free of dairy, gluten, soy, nuts, and eggs. For Halloween, find pumpkin chocolate chip cupcakes, iced cookies decorated with ghosts and more spooky treats.
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Super Chix

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Only available through Halloween, Super Chix's Darth Vader ice cream is deep, dark black. Tinted with activated charcoal, the rich and vividly colored ice cream also has just the right amount of vanilla flavor.
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Cow Tipping Creamery

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Too old to trick-or-treat? Head to Cow Tipping Creamery in Frisco for an ice cream sundae that serves up almost as many fun-size Snickers as the average Halloween haul. Salted caramel and vanilla soft-serve are topped with rummy caramel, candied peanuts, brown sugar hot fudge, and giant chunks of Snickers candy to produce a treat that's decidedly better than the sum of its parts.
Cow Tipping Creamery/Facebook

Sweet Daze

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This Richardson sweet shop's Instagram-worthy unicorn cake gets a Halloween makeover on October 31. The "boo-nicorn" cake will have green and purple layers and black icing, and can be piled atop the shop's spooky black lemonade. Don't miss the mummy-decorated doughnuts.
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Hypnotic Donuts

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Favorites like the Evil Elvis (peanut butter and banana) and apple fritter get a Halloween makeover, courtesy of plenty of blood-red caramel, honey, and other frightening accoutrements.
Hypnotic Donuts

Chelles Macarons

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Skip the giant pile of candy and score one of Chelle's spiced pumpkin pie macarons. Paired with apple cider, these light-yet-decadent treats are the definition of a grown-up Halloween treat.
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Isabelly's Chocolates & Sweet Treats

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An entire case of Halloween cake pops, truffles, and more treats awaits at Isabelly's in Richardson. For a particularly indulgent Halloween, try one of the hand-decorated chocolate sugar skulls.
Isabelly's/Facebook

Kate Weiser Chocolate

Kate Weiser Chocolate
In keeping with previous years, the sweets are seriously spooky at Kate Weiser's Trinity Groves shop. Score white chocolate skulls, finger-shaped chocolates with fillings like pistachio and hazelnut, or perhaps a glittery witch's hat packed with marshmallow and caramel.
Kate Weiser Chocolate

Lakewood Brewing Company

Lakewood Brewing Co./Facebook
Put on a spooky costume and head to Lakewood, where this beloved brewery will host a Halloween party right in the middle of North Texas beer week. In addition to special brews on offer (including the seasonally-appropriate Punkel), the bar will also host beer and Halloween candy pairing flights and "fire sales" on brews.
Lakewood Brewing Co./Facebook

Steel City Pops

Skip the school night trick-or-treating and decorate one of Steel City Pops' Halloween popsicle kits. Score four pops (the avocado and maple bacon bourbon pops make especially good canvases) and the supplies to decorate them with icing skeletons, candy eyes, and more. If that's a little too extra, chocolate-dipped pumpkin and apple cinnamon pops also await.

Unrefined Bakery

Unrefined/Facebook
Unrefined Bakery specializes in selling sweets that are free of dairy, gluten, soy, nuts, and eggs. For Halloween, find pumpkin chocolate chip cupcakes, iced cookies decorated with ghosts and more spooky treats.
Unrefined/Facebook

Super Chix

Super Chix/Facebook
Only available through Halloween, Super Chix's Darth Vader ice cream is deep, dark black. Tinted with activated charcoal, the rich and vividly colored ice cream also has just the right amount of vanilla flavor.
Super Chix/Facebook

Cow Tipping Creamery

Cow Tipping Creamery/Facebook
Too old to trick-or-treat? Head to Cow Tipping Creamery in Frisco for an ice cream sundae that serves up almost as many fun-size Snickers as the average Halloween haul. Salted caramel and vanilla soft-serve are topped with rummy caramel, candied peanuts, brown sugar hot fudge, and giant chunks of Snickers candy to produce a treat that's decidedly better than the sum of its parts.
Cow Tipping Creamery/Facebook

Sweet Daze

Sweet Daze/Facebook
This Richardson sweet shop's Instagram-worthy unicorn cake gets a Halloween makeover on October 31. The "boo-nicorn" cake will have green and purple layers and black icing, and can be piled atop the shop's spooky black lemonade. Don't miss the mummy-decorated doughnuts.
Sweet Daze/Facebook

Hypnotic Donuts

Hypnotic Donuts
Favorites like the Evil Elvis (peanut butter and banana) and apple fritter get a Halloween makeover, courtesy of plenty of blood-red caramel, honey, and other frightening accoutrements.
Hypnotic Donuts

Chelles Macarons

Chelle's Macarons/Facebook
Skip the giant pile of candy and score one of Chelle's spiced pumpkin pie macarons. Paired with apple cider, these light-yet-decadent treats are the definition of a grown-up Halloween treat.
Chelle's Macarons/Facebook

Isabelly's Chocolates & Sweet Treats

Isabelly's/Facebook
An entire case of Halloween cake pops, truffles, and more treats awaits at Isabelly's in Richardson. For a particularly indulgent Halloween, try one of the hand-decorated chocolate sugar skulls.
Isabelly's/Facebook

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