Prohibition was a period in United States history when the manufacture, sale and transportation of alcohol was outlawed. The repeal of Prohibition in the United States was accomplished with the passage of the 21st amendment to the United States Constitution on Dec. 5, 1933.
The Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas will host its 4th annual celebration for Repeal Day on Dec. 5.
The event will feature an official toast by former mayor Oscar Goodman and current mayor Carolyn Goodman, the Boss of the Bars cocktail competition, a costume contest, casino table games, specialty bites provided by Jolene Mannina's Relish catering, and performances by a jazz swing band and classic cabaret dancers.
VIP tickets ($69.95) include early access at 6 p.m., an open bar and dance lessons. Regular tickets are priced at $45.95 and include 2 drink tickets. Museum members will receive 10 percent off of ticket prices. Click here for more information.
Level 107 Lounge at the Stratosphere is hosting a Repeal Day party starting at 11 p.m. Dec. 5. Prohibition-era cocktails will be offered, including "bathtub gin" drink specials. The lounge will turn into a speakeasy for the event. Guest invited to wear vintage clothes.
Skyfall Lounge at Delano will celebrate Repeal Day beginning at 9 p.m. Dec. 5. There will be food and drink specials, including an Aviation Gin punch fountain. Jazz music. Attendees encouraged to wear their vintage best.
Moon Doggie's on Arville Street will be hosting a repeal party from 8 a.m. Dec. 5 to Dec. 6. Special prices for 21st Amendment Brewery Beers and specialty cocktails.
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