It doesn't get much wilder than Halloween weekend, and there are parties everywhere you look. We picked some of your best bets.
A Refined Masquerade
Oct. 30, 9 p.m.
Refinery Rooftop, 63 W. 38th St.
Bring your best-dressed self to Refinery Rooftop’s black tie affair, with a premium open bar until 1 a.m., passed hors d’oeuvres, entertainers, crime scene photo ops and more.
Haunted Mansion Bash
Oct. 30, 10 p.m.-4 a.m.
Motivo, 311 W. 57th St.
Don’t think that just because of the low price tag you don’t have to turn up in costume — the dress code is strict, so a little extra eyeliner won’t do it. The new Flatiron night club will have two DJs spinning hip-hop and dance music, with an open vodka bar from 10-11 p.m. Tack on just $10 to the already way cheap ticket and you’ll get access to seating on the mezzanine level; bottle service is pretty affordable, too.
’80s & ’90s Halloween Party
Oct. 30, 10:30 p.m.
Littlefield, 622 Degraw St., Brooklyn
Some see Halloween as a scary occasion, but at The Skint sees it as a chance to throw the campiest party of the year. The best of the decades, from “Express Yourself” to “Come As You Are,” will be spun by DJ Steve Reynolds (his usual gig is the Bell House’s Party Like It’s 1999, so he knows his stuff), plus a haunted photo booth, drink specials and lots of candy. Any costume is welcome, if you want to get another wear out of your T-Swift or Pizza Rat ensemble.