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6 Ways to Drink Your Way Through Repeal Day in Vegas

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2008_10_hasmaps.jpgProhibition ended 80 years ago tomorrow, and if that isn't reason enough to raise a cocktail toast then perhaps one of these six bars and restaurants can change your mind. All plan to celebrate Repeal Day with drink specials, secret passwords and more. Here are six ways to drink your way through Repeal Day in Las Vegas.

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Atomic Liquors

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Atomic Liquors gets the Repeal Day party started a day early tonight with a speakeasy party at 9 p.m. Dressing up is encouraged. All you need is the password, “Repeal.” At midnight the joint celebrates New Year's Eve style.

Bar Prohibition

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Golden Gate renames its original casino bar Bar Prohibition for Repeal Day. Toast to the bar’s new name and decades of serving alcohol (legally, of course!) with an all-night party and classic drinks from the Prohibition cocktail menu. Inspired by Golden Gate’s storied past, the menu is highlighted by creative takes on historic recipes with unique libations such as the “Flaming Side Car,” “The Prohibition,” and “Italian Kiss.” Each cocktail on the specialty menu is served in a discreet coffee mug – a method employed by Prohibition drinkers to elude lawmakers.

Commonwealth

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Starting at 10 p.m. on Thursday, the Downtown bar invites bootleggers and flappers to drink-up in honor of Repeal Day. The cocktail bar will offer Prohibition era inspired cocktails including the “Last Word,” mixing Oxley London Dry Gin, Green Chartreuse, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur and fresh lime juice; the “Vieux Carré,” combing Rye Whiskey, D’Usse Cognac, Noilly Prat Rouge Vermouth, Bénédictine Liqueur, Peychaud Bitters and Angostura Bitters, topped with a brandied cherry; and the “Americano,” served with Campari, Martini & Rossi Sweet Vermouth and club soda, garnished with an orange twist.

Echo & Rig

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From open to close on that auspicious day, Echo & Rig will pay homage to the historic event with a bevy of Prohibition-busting drink offers. Check-in to Echo & Rig on Foursquare to claim your Repeal Day special or visit Echo & Rig’s Facebook page to claim a Repeal Day offer and toast to your constitutional right to imbibe with $3 era-inspired cocktails including The Real McCoy, The 18th Dies, The Somerset, Wet Under the Umbrella and The Blind Pig. Cheer the day with a $1 beer featured on “Abner’s List.” The eatery will also offer several secret Repeal Day food specials – simply whisper you want to know about the Speakeasy specials.

The Mob Museum

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Celebrate the end of Prohibition at the Mob Museum, which kicks off its party at 5:30 p.m. Thursday with a toast, followed by a private VIP speakeasy party for $65 and a “Boss of the Bars” competition.

Rx Boiler Room

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Celebrate Repeal Day on Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition, the restaurant and bar will be teaming up with Belvedere Vodka to showcase a Prohibition-era themed cocktail hour. Offered at the bar and lounge area, guests can land a complimentary Moscow Mule (limit one per guest) and $5 vintage cocktails (while supplies last) created by lead barman Eric Smith.

Atomic Liquors

Atomic Liquors gets the Repeal Day party started a day early tonight with a speakeasy party at 9 p.m. Dressing up is encouraged. All you need is the password, “Repeal.” At midnight the joint celebrates New Year's Eve style.

Bar Prohibition

Golden Gate renames its original casino bar Bar Prohibition for Repeal Day. Toast to the bar’s new name and decades of serving alcohol (legally, of course!) with an all-night party and classic drinks from the Prohibition cocktail menu. Inspired by Golden Gate’s storied past, the menu is highlighted by creative takes on historic recipes with unique libations such as the “Flaming Side Car,” “The Prohibition,” and “Italian Kiss.” Each cocktail on the specialty menu is served in a discreet coffee mug – a method employed by Prohibition drinkers to elude lawmakers.

Commonwealth

Starting at 10 p.m. on Thursday, the Downtown bar invites bootleggers and flappers to drink-up in honor of Repeal Day. The cocktail bar will offer Prohibition era inspired cocktails including the “Last Word,” mixing Oxley London Dry Gin, Green Chartreuse, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur and fresh lime juice; the “Vieux Carré,” combing Rye Whiskey, D’Usse Cognac, Noilly Prat Rouge Vermouth, Bénédictine Liqueur, Peychaud Bitters and Angostura Bitters, topped with a brandied cherry; and the “Americano,” served with Campari, Martini & Rossi Sweet Vermouth and club soda, garnished with an orange twist.

Echo & Rig

From open to close on that auspicious day, Echo & Rig will pay homage to the historic event with a bevy of Prohibition-busting drink offers. Check-in to Echo & Rig on Foursquare to claim your Repeal Day special or visit Echo & Rig’s Facebook page to claim a Repeal Day offer and toast to your constitutional right to imbibe with $3 era-inspired cocktails including The Real McCoy, The 18th Dies, The Somerset, Wet Under the Umbrella and The Blind Pig. Cheer the day with a $1 beer featured on “Abner’s List.” The eatery will also offer several secret Repeal Day food specials – simply whisper you want to know about the Speakeasy specials.

The Mob Museum

Celebrate the end of Prohibition at the Mob Museum, which kicks off its party at 5:30 p.m. Thursday with a toast, followed by a private VIP speakeasy party for $65 and a “Boss of the Bars” competition.

Rx Boiler Room

Celebrate Repeal Day on Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition, the restaurant and bar will be teaming up with Belvedere Vodka to showcase a Prohibition-era themed cocktail hour. Offered at the bar and lounge area, guests can land a complimentary Moscow Mule (limit one per guest) and $5 vintage cocktails (while supplies last) created by lead barman Eric Smith.

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