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7th Annual 1930’s Inspired Repeal Day Celebration
Drink Like it’s 1933! Jack Rose Dining Saloon Celebrates Repeal of the 21st Amendment.
Prohibition-era whiskey. Burlesque. Bottomless bubbles. There’s no better place to celebrate the abolition of the booze-prohibiting 18th amendment than a place with the largest selection of whiskey in the Western hemisphere. Jack Rose Dining Saloon is celebrating the day alcohol was made legal once again complete with Prohibition-era cocktails and punches, a special speakeasy-style Cellar hide-away, a Pappy Van Winkle-themed happy hour, burlesque performances and more, from 5 p.m. to close.
Saloon happy Hour becomes “The Pappy Hour” from 5 to 7:30 p.m., when Jack Rose will offer the full Pappy Van Winkle bourbon and rye whiskey line-up at special pricing. Already one of the only places in the city to try all six hard-to-find bottlings, this rare offering will allow guests to try the cult-favorite Pappy Van Winkle at a discount. Jack Rose’s regular happy hour specials including half-priced bites and beer discounts will also be available.
Housed in 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, plus cocktails harking back to the era. Burlesque dancers will perform for spectators throughout the evening while cigarette girls will offer a selection of specially priced cigars.
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 card.