Even though it wasn’t initially available when Halloween Horror Nights began, we found that for the most part, this was worth the wait.
We could see them making them fresh at the booth.
The corn ice cream with the cookies isn’t bad, but the cookies raise the bar significantly.
They’re legitimately some of the best cookies we’ve ever had. The icing is soft and sweet, while the cookie itself is also soft and fresh.
On its own, the corn ice cream sort of tastes like cereal, but the weird texture is somewhat off putting.
Overall, we recommend it, but the cookie and ice cream are best eaten together. Or just get the cookies alone if you can, just because they’re so good!
*NEW* Petrified Rat Tails – $9.99
Florida Bay seasoned funnel fries with creamy crab dip and sliced scallions
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If you enjoyed the crab beignets at Mardi Gras, these rat tails will be right up your alley.
The “fries” are crispy funnel cake-like pieces covered in flavorful seasoning. It has a salty and sugary taste for a sweet and savory shock.
The crab dip was creamy but the seafood taste doesn’t overpower the fries.
This is perfect for sharing since the portion is huge and probably too much for one person to enjoy without help. We give this dish a hearty thumbs up.
*NEW* Spicy Turkey and Squash Bun – $7.49
spicy ground turkey and butternut squash filled steamed bun
This is delicious. It’s like a meaty version of the Lil’ Boo bun. The filling is savory with a kick, and the exterior is fun with a spongy, soft texture that we liked. The taste of butternut squash stood out the most.
*NEW* Pumpkin Gingersnap Punch – $11.49 for 12 oz., $15.49 with souvenir cup
Myers’s Dark rum, pumpkin puree, ginger and cinnamon syrup, single pressed lemon juice, orange juice, Dale DeGroff’s pimento bitters
The fall flavors immediately come to life in this drink, which we think would also be great as a hot drink. Still, it’s refreshing and full flavored as a cold drink.
Location of the Dracula Booth at Halloween Horror Nights 31
The Dracula Booth is located in Gramercy Park.
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