Prohibition Repeal Day Celebration At Tahona!
Prohibition in the United States was a nationwide constitutional ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages from 1920 to 1933. During that period, Tequila became a popular smuggling drink throughout the southern states and eventually throughout the entire country!
Repeal Day was December 5th, 1933. This was the day that Prohibition, otherwise known as the great experiment, ended and America was free to consume alcohol once again!
We want to make this a day that people recognize and appreciate by hosting a 1920s cocktail party! We take our inspiration from the cocktails that were lost to… the great music that came out of… the iconic clothing worn during… and the mixed bar culture that resulted from… Prohibition.
So put on your roaring twenties outfit, gather your gents and join us for a fun evening with music, special cocktails and delicious food. Our speakeasy, Oculto 477, will be open for walk-ins that evening only!!
Dinner reservations through our website,Tahonabar.com, highly recommended.