E-Vil Halloween Pumpkin Patch Opens In East Village
The smell of fall is in the air and spooky season is upon us! Get in the festive Halloween spirit and stop by East Village’s newest attraction: The East Village Pumpkin Patch located at The Church by Lost Abbey. Open through October 31, visitors are invited to stop by to pick from over 100 pumpkins, ranging from $3 to $15, and carve or paint them right there at the patch while sipping on an ice-cold beer.
The East Village Pumpkin Patch now open!
Opened by local East Village resident, Kelly Ford, the pumpkin patch brings Halloween fun and excitement to the city blocks. Conveniently located on the gravel patio outside The Church by Lost Abbey and Doggos Gus, guests can enjoy cold specialty beers, wines by the glass and custom Tijuana hot dogs before embarking on their pumpkin shopping endeavors.
Once you’ve found the perfect pumpkin, get ready to paint or carve (or both!) your pumpkin at the patch while sipping on a local brew and enjoying everything the neighborhood has to offer. The on-site witch, a.k.a Kelly, will also be selling Halloween themed candles, crafts & knick-knacks and will also be hosting free single-card tarot card readings for those who dare.
Whether you’re looking for a date night activity, a night out with the family or want to get together with some friends, the East Village Pumpkin Patch is the perfect place to spend the afternoon. Save the mess at home and stop by for a nice afternoon getting your spook on in the heart of East Village. Entry into the patch is free.
Pumpkin patch hours:
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5PM-9PM
- Friday, Saturday 2PM-10PM
- Sunday 1PM-7PM
About East Village Association
The East Village Association represents San Diego’s largest downtown business district and neighborhood, spanning 130 blocks from Seventh Avenue to 17th Street. With over 700 businesses, including diverse culinary experiences, vibrant gathering spots, hotels, galleries, and unique retail stores, there’s much to explore. It’s also home to PETCO Park, where the San Diego Padres play. Additionally, East Village is a hub for prestigious educational institutions, including the New School of Architecture and Design, the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, San Diego City College, and the UCSD Extension Center. The East Village community boasts over 40,000 residents, mainly in mid-rise or luxury condominiums and lofts. Its continuous urban development and growing business scene make it an attractive destination within San Diego County, offering a blend of arts, culture, education, and entertainment. For more information, visit here.
See you there, San Diego!