If you’ve ever felt enamored by Prohibition Era tales from the times of Al Capone, now is your chance to experience it because a hidden Prohibition-style speakeasy is now open in Chicago for a limited time.Secure your spot here to go back to the Prohibition Era!
The experience begins as soon as guests find the secret entrance at the green newspaper stand at 437 N. Rush Street in River North. As soon as you walk through the doors, time turns back to the 1920s for a delightfully unique evening.
Revelers will be hurried down the stairs to a bustling hidden room full of historical energy. The dimly lit bar sets the stage for an exquisite evening with live music popular during the Prohibition Era that transports you back in time.
After listening to some live music, we ventured to four hidden rooms and were guided by interesting historical figures who told us fascinating tales from the time as we explored each secret space. We were offered delicious spirits from each room courtesy of Chicago’s Wolf Point Distillery, which further transported us to the era.
After exploring those secret spaces, we suggest staying for a while in the main area to enjoy the live Jazz music as you indulge in more cocktails like the Gin and Pearls or Jammin’ Jazz and delicious bites by Junebug Cafe. We loved The Roar, a sandwich made of smoked sausage, caramelized onions, and pickled jalapeño. Definitely don’t miss the New Orleans-style gumbo and not-to-be-missed traditional beignets. This intimate speakeasy is only here for a limited time—get your tickets now!
You won’t want to miss this lively Prohibition Era speakeasy now open in downtown Chicago! This event is 21+, and ticket prices start at $52 per person, so secure your spot to go back in time for one night only.