2007 18th Street Northwest
One of the world’s top whiskey destinations celebrates the day alcohol was made legal again with special 1930s-inspired bash featuring Prohibition-era cocktails and punches, 100+ year old whiskeys, champagne dress model, Pappy Van Winkle happy hour, cigar specials and burlesque performers in their Whiskey Cellar speakeasy. The basement’s hidden Whiskey Cellar will convert into a 30s-style speakeasy complete with Prohibition-era bourbons, rye whiskeys and other vintage spirits, offering a rare chance to taste history. Old-time jazz tunes will transport guests to the era, along with classic vintage cocktails for $10. The Saloon will also pour bottomless bubbles for only $20 all night. And guests are of course encouraged to dress to the nines in flapper dresses and swanky suits, donning their most Prohibition-era attire, for a chance to win a $150 gift certificate. There is no admission fee to Jack Rose’s 7th Annual Repeal Day Party and it is open to the public. 5:00 p.m. to close; The Pappy Hour 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, please click here.