Who says candy is the only Halloween delicacy out there?
At Brucie Restaurant in Brooklyn's Cobble Hill, Halloween-themed dishes have some hilarious names with delicious-sounding ingredients.
"All the small plates are named after the Seven Plagues, the pastas are named after each of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and the mains are nods to major characters or themes in the Book of Revelation," Megan Scolaro, Brucie's General Manager, told HuffPost.
Check out the full menu below:
LAND – root vegetables, mushroom aioli, hazelnut “dirt”
SEA – scallop, tuna conserva, mustard seed, swiss chard
RIVERS & SPRINGS – smoked trout, trout roe, fennel, parmigiano brodo
SUN – fried duck egg, arrabbiata, yogurt
GREAT RIVER OF EUPHRATES – falafel, baccala, poppy seed, tahini
AIR – cauliflower souflee, avian consommé
THRONE OF THE BEAST – bone marrow, sweet breads, smoked gouda, radish
THE FOUR HORSEMEN
WHITE HORSE – ricotta, chevre, cauliflower, & white truffle lasagna
RED HORSE – drunk buccatini (red wine), ndjua, chilis, tomato confit
BLACK HORSE – squid ink linguini, roast pork, uni, black garlic, breadcrumb
PALE HORSE – rigatoni, house veal sausage, beans, potato, walnut
LAMB OF GOD – beets, romanesco, sweet potato, fernet, polenta
MARK OF THE BEAST – wild boar porchetta, house boudin blanc, burnt eggplant
ANTICHRIST – tuna “ribeye”, soft egg, caviar, bagna cauda