Scare up some fun.
What: Chicago-made suckers in flavors like maple bacon, orange pomegranate, and salty caramel.
Why: They’re pop stars.
When: You need a sugar fix.
Where: Provenance Food and Wine, 2528 N. California Ave., b/t Logan Blvd. & Altgeld St. (773-384-0699); 2312 W. Leland Ave., at Western Ave. (773-784-2314).
Halloween Candy from Candyality
What: Sample and buy spooky sweets, including gummy pumpkins, sour fingers, and candy corn; mention DailyCandy at checkout and receive a free treat bag.
Why: You’re tricky.
When: Mon.-Wed. & Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Thurs. & Fri., 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m.
Where: 3425 N. Southport Ave., at Newport Ave. (773-472-7800).
Dia de los Muertos Chocolate Skulls
What: Solid chocs with edible, salt-coated eyes made in honor of the Mexican holiday.
When: You want to get a head.
Where: Vosges Haut Chocolat, 520 N. Michigan Ave., at Grand Ave. (312-644-9450); 951 W. Armitage Ave., at Sheffield Ave. (773-296-9866).
C-View’s Candy and Cocktails
What: Specialty drinks paired with candy (caramel corn, fruit jellies, pistachio brittle) from executive pastry chef Toni Roberts.
Why: C to it.
When: Fri., 4 p.m.-midnight.
Where: Affinia Chicago Hotel, 166 E. Superior St., at St. Clair St., 29th flr. (312-787-6000).
The Fantod Pack
What: Edward Gorey’s take on a classic tarot deck features dark and spectral illustrations.
Why: Make a deal.
When: It’s in the cards.
Where: Online at pomegranate.com.