How To Have a Safe Socially-Distanced Halloween in Downtown Conway

A pumpkin sitson the sidewalk next to a street in Downtown Conway.

This year, Halloween will be a bit different than it has been in the past. Covid-19 has changed the way daily life looks for everyone. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a fun, safe Halloween, and Downtown Conway is the perfect place to take your family, friends, or even just yourself out for a spooky, socially-distanced night on the town!


A green drink in a glass with small edible bats and an orange straw.

Food & Drink


If you’d like to get your caffeine fix for the morning, check out one of Downtown Conway’s coffee shops. Blue Sail Coffee will be featuring “Spooky Punch”, a delicious refresher with lemon-lime flavors. Zeteo Coffee’s menu will include the classic Pumpkin Spice Latte, as well as the “Up All Night”, a blend of your choice of Coke or Dr. Pepper, espresso, vanilla, and cream.

To start off your evening, grab a bite at Mike’s Place or JJ’s Grill for a taste of what downtown has to offer. For dessert, you can head to Cross Creek Sandwich Shop for a Warm Apple Crisp or a Pumpkin Cookie, perfect for fall. For any furry family members, you can head to the Neighborhood Pet Shoppe. If you bring your dog in dressed up on Halloween, they get a free treat!

 A selection of different fall-scented candles.

Shopping & Entertainment


After you’ve eaten, you can start shopping! Head to E. Leigh’s, Jenifer’s Antiques, or American Jane Vintage to find items with a little Autumn flair. Stop by Golden Girls and mention the code “trick or treat” at checkout to get $5 off a regular-priced item on any purchase of $25 or more. You can also head to Park Hill Home for Halloween-themed Lori Mitchell figurines as well as fall-scented candles.

If you’d like to sing or just listen to some fun Halloween tunes, you can head over to Kings Live Music for some spooky karaoke!

A halloween-them tall cup full of a bubble tea drink.

For The Kids


If you have kids in your life that still want to show off their costumes, Brick & Forge is offering free kids meals to any children in costumes (limit 2 per adult entree). At O’Malley’s, kids 12 and under in costume will get a free kids meal with the purchase of any adult entree, burger, or sandwich from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. They will also be handing out candy at the door. Tacos 4 Life will be handing out candy and superhero masks to children on Halloween, and Kawaii Boba House will have spooky Halloween-themed cups, pumpkin spice flavored drinks, and will be handing out small goodie bags on Halloween through the drive-thru.

The Painted Pug also has great selections for Halloween and fall-themed merchandise. They will be open from 10 am to 5 pm on Halloween and are handing out candy to trick-or-treaters.

While Halloween will look different this year, it doesn’t mean you can’t go out and have a fun night while still staying safe. Downtown Conway is still here for you and has plenty of ways to enjoy yourself any day of the year. #YourPlaceIsHere #DowntownStrong