Analogue Bar Prohibition Anniversary Party – A Throwback Party in NYC
Ever wanted to party like it’s 1933? Come on down to Analogue Bar in the West Village this Monday, December 5th, 2016, for a party to celebrate both their third anniversary and Prohibition Repeal Day. This classy craft-cocktail and whiskey bar will be serving up old-school, Prohibition-era drinks like the Mary Pickford (named for America’s sweetheart at the time), the Bee’s Knees (20s slang for “the best”), the Sidecar, the Sazerac, and, of course, the Manhattan to toast the time when bootleggers ruled the booze scene. Live jazz music will set the scene for unleashing your inner flapper as you sip your swanky beverages, all $10, and a food menu will be available to keep your energy up as you dance the night away.
The Roaring 20s festivities will take place at Analogue Bar on 19 W. 8th Street. Visit their website, analoguenyc.com, or Twitter, @analoguenyc, for more information, and email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your table now.