This Halloween, Gili’s Beach Club invites witches, ghosts, and goblins to enjoy Ghouls & Grills, a wicked fun dining experience including ghoulish potions, er… cocktails and sizzling lava stone grills.
On the scariest weekend of the year (October 27 & 28) at Gili’s, guests can enjoy a spooktacular beachside dining experience with unparalleled ocean views and 700-degree lava stones to cook their own entrees at the table. Entrees range from 8 oz. Prime Filet Mignon to Jumbo Sea Scallops or an 8 oz. Lobster Tail each accompanied by one side — from Paella Style Rice to Spanish Chorizo Potato Salad — and complemented by a special sauce such as Pineapple Jalapeño Pico de Gallo or Key Lime Compound Butter.
To spice up the evening, sip if you dare on the “Shrunken Skull,” a spine-chilling cocktail spiked with gold Puerto Rican rum, Meyer’s Spiced Rum, and Bacardi, and served in a large skull glass — big enough for two people — for ($16), or the “Hallo-wine Sangria” ($10) made with white wine and muddles apples.
Not to mention, Gili’s Beach Club continues to pay homage to National Breast Cancer Awareness month. In honor of Executive Chef Kurtis Jantz’s grandmother who lost her life to breast cancer, Gili’s Beach Club devised a PINK homemade s’ mores dessert that is grilled on a 700-degree lava stone. During the month of October, 100% of all s’ mores dessert sales will be donated to the Susan G. Komen foundation to help raise money for breast cancer research. The news’ mores dessert is $10.
Gili’s Beach Club offers the interactive Lava Stone grill dinners and news’ mores experience every Friday and Saturday evening from 6 – 10:00 p.m.
Gili’s Beach Club is located at 18001 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160