For the first time, guests can raise their glasses to Repeal Day at The Underground, The Mob Museum’s new Prohibition-history exhibition, on Dec. 5. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
That day, guests can enjoy unlimited champagne and draft beer for $19.33 in honor of the year Prohibition was repealed. Then, from 7 to 11 p.m., an exclusive, separately ticketed celebration will immerse revelers in The Underground’s authentic, 1920s-inspired speakeasy atmosphere where house-distilled moonshine and hand-crafted cocktails will flow all evening long.
Guests will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, a live jazz band, silent auction featuring numerous valuable items (including a Jaguar XKE previously owned by John Gotti), a Prohibition-era costume contest and access to The Underground’s secret room where a special surprise awaits. Zappos, Johnson Brothers and Jim Beam serve as sponsors of this event.
Tickets to Repeal Day at The Underground are $99; a package including dinner at Triple George followed by admission to the Repeal Day party is $125 per person. Tickets may be purchased here. Museum Members receive a 10 percent discount.
The Underground at The Mob Museum is located at 300 Stewart Ave.