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Local restaurant serves up quite a Halloween

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - To say Barbarella in La Jolla Shores has a Halloween theme is an understatement.

It goes right down to the cushions, and each room is just a little bit different.

Owner Barbara Beltaire started the tradition over a dozen years ago.

"I've been doing this for 13 years, collecting it, and then every year I buy new stuff," she said.

But why so much?

"Some women buy shoes and jewelry, and I buy Halloween decorations," Barbara said.

From the staff to the guests, it's all about Halloween.

"Everywhere your eye pauses, there's something there," customer Alexi Haag said.

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