180 Prince Street
Drinkers, tasters and creators alike will gather in the 8th Ward of New York to celebrate a time when parties took place behind closed doors, and the air of taboo and scarcity gave birth to swinging, secret social gatherings fueled by classic cocktails.
Join us for a one-of-a-kind trip in the WayBack machine, taking you to a hidden speakeasy backroom in SoHo’s historic Raoul’s Restaurant. Walking through to a private room, you’ll enter an exhibit of the collaboratove work of photographer David White and stylist Cynthia Altoriso, featuring their mock portraits of the famous bootleggers who helped your granny get her daily dose of dirty bourbon back during Prohibition.
Your ticket will also net you a perfectly mixed cocktail that would make Hemingway himself proud, as well as a selection of tasty victuals from Raoul’s acclaimed chef, David Honeysett.
Providing the soundtrack to your clandestine daydrinking extravaganza will be Brooklyn-bred dixieland swing band The Grand St. Stompers , along with a surprise guest or two… So come dance the afternoon away with us, just like back in the days of old.
Tickets: $50 (includes a cocktail and food)
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