New York is a pretty scary town. Between property taxes and the possibility of running into an Ex in a post-Bikram Yoga sweat fest, well, there's a lot to be afraid of in this city. And while we don't always want to admit it, even some of our favorite dining spots around town have been known to harbor some serious gotham ghosts. We can't vouch for all of them, but we're betting that most of these night crawlers are pretty friendly. Check out these haunted restaurants suggested on New York.com just in time for Halloween and keep your eyes peeled for things that go bump in the night beyond the ice in your glass.
This basement haunt of the already spooky Chelsea Hotel, is bound to get that adrenaline pumping. With unexplained power outages, switched wires in the ceiling, and lights going on an off- you know this is true blue NYC haunt. For more information you have to check it out.
Located on Hudson and West 11th street, this unsuspecting ghost haven will have you shivering in eerie delight. The pub was built in 1880 but is most famous for being the last party spot of famed NYC poet Dylan Thomas who slipped into a coma soon after excessive alcohol consumption. If Dead Poets Society is your thing then head over to this Thomas-spotted tavern.