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Frank Sinatra's Birthday and Repeal Day at the Mob Museum

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Bar Prohibition
Bar Prohibition
Golden Gate

GOLDEN GATE — In celebration of Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday on Dec. 12, fans of Ol’ Blue Eyes can take a swig of Frankie Two Fingers, Sinatra’s favorite drink at Bar Prohibition, a spot he once frequented. The drink contains two fingers of Jack Daniel’s whiskey, a splash of bottled water and four ice cubes served at the very bar where Sinatra once sidled up with fellow rat packers Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. [EaterWire]

MOB MUSEUM — On Dec. 5, the museum dedicated to organized crime and law enforcement celebrates Repeal Day and the end of Prohibition with a public toast by former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman and the Boss of the Bars Cocktail Competition. There, competitors will created Prohibition-era-inspired cocktails. Guests are encouraged to dress in Roaring ’20s attire for the event from 7 to 10 p.m. For tickets, head here or call 702-229-2734. [EaterWire]

Golden Gate Hotel & Casino

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The Underground at The Mob Museum

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