Last Call Celebration: 100 Years of Prohibition
Now that New Year’s is over, there’s something else to ring in. National Prohibition took effect at 12:01 a.m. on January 17, 1920. One hundred years later, The Mob Museum will commemorate this historic moment with a “last call” in a space dedicated to the cultural phenomenon of the speakeasy during the 1920s and early ’30s. The Underground Speakeasy and Distillery at The Mob Museum will celebrate the way many people did on the eve of Prohibition: with a live jazz band, drink specials and a moonshine toast at midnight.
In the spirit of Prohibition, The Underground will offer mocktail specials all month long for $7. These refreshing, alcohol-free options will almost make you want to go dry, too.
Use password “swanky” to gain entry into the speakeasy.