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Are these Dallas restaurants and bars really haunted?

A mummified monkey is part of the creepy collection of statues and artwork inside the Spirits Room at Las Almas Rotas.(Ben Torres / Special Contributor)

Join the Eat Drink D-FW team for a special — and very spirited — Halloween episode recorded at spooky Dallas mezcaleria Las Almas Rotas. Owner Shad Kvetko tells stories about haunted happenings at his bar. Did that mummified monkey just move? And does pouring a shot of mezcal keep the spirits happy? Maybe. Host Erin Booke and food writers Sarah Blaskovich, Claire Ballor and Nick Rallo also talk about their favorite Halloween candies, and La Casita Bakeshop owner Maricsa Trejo tells us why she loves Halloween so much and what’s actually in her “Murder Cruffin.”

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