Many Upper Westsideres love to go trick-or-treating on 69th Street, others adore 95th Street, but I don't. Those streets start too late (6pm) and are too crowded. I like to celebrate Halloween in Harlem. Fredrick Douglas and 139th to be exact. It's a slower paced, more charming Halloween experience. We started around 5:00pm, went to every door that had an orange balloon, ended an hour later, ordered a pizza, then watched a scary DVD with our cousins. My kids looked scary but were happy and had TONS of candy. The perfect Halloween balance. Hope you had a Happy Halloween!