Halloween is only a month away and people are already preparing for its coming. Philadelphia's streets will be filled with spooky delights as locals gather to celebrate the beloved holiday season. This time, two restaurants up their game, all for Halloween.

The people behind Craft Concepts Group transformed a former jewelry store for a seasonal pop-up. The pop-up named Nightmare Before Tinsel will take place at 116 South 12th Street. While this is CCG's first Halloween concept, they've been doing seasonal pop-ups for two years with a Christmas Theme. The bar's feature emanates that of a haunted house. Local artist Scott Johnson handcrafted the pieces that will be displayed. The Halloween bar/ haunted house features decors like caskets, giant spider web alley, a zombie wall, and a room that will be filled with 1,001 eyes that will surely scare anyone who enters, or at least, make them uncomfortable. The bar will also display skulls for a classic Haloween twist. Nightmare Before Tinsel will serve fall beers and cocktails inspired by local Halloween tropes.

Nightmare Before Tinsel will open early October. In true Halloween spirit, going in wearing costumes is highly encouraged. For those who don't have time to change into a costume and only wanting to go there for a quick break, you're in luck because it is not required.

Another Halloween bar is set to open just around the corner. The spooktacular Haunt will open in the second floor of Tod Wentz's Pearl Tavern, at 1123 Chestnut Street. Haunt is a collaboration between Townsend Wentz Restaurant Group and Arts in the Industry. For those who are not familiar with Arts in the Industry, this is a resource for artists working in hospitality. This project is led by Wentz' manager and Arts in the Industry founder Alison Hangen. Haunt is set to open on October 3 and will remain open until November 3.