Celebrate Repeal Day at Your Favorite Watering Holes

AtomicBoozeThe 21st Amendment ended America’s Prohibition of alcohol on December 5, 1933, giving us a great reason to knock back some legal hooch in celebration of Repeal Day!

Atomic Liquors will embrace Repeal Day early by shutting off the lights and creating a speakeasy environment for its fourth annual Prohibition Party on December 3. This year’s theme is an ode to Mexico for giving us a place to drink during the times of the Volstead Act. Hence, Spanish brandy, tequila and sotol are some of the featured spirits that will be poured by candlelight by guest bartender Adam O’Donnell from Herbs & Rye. Get dressed up in your best period garb, and don’t forget the secret password “revocar” or you won’t get in. 7 p.m., no cover, 917 Fremont St., AtomicVegas.com.

Don’t be a ragamuffin. Roll down those stockings, rouge your knees and head to the recently opened SkyFall Lounge in the Delano as the bar celebrates Repeal Day on December 5 with Prohibition-era cocktails, a punch fountain, food specials and a live jazz band. 9 p.m.-1 a.m. no cover, DelanoLasVegas.com/SkyFall.

The Mob Museum hosts its fourth annual Repeal Day celebration on December 5, complete with a Roaring ’20s costume contest. At the Boss of the Bars cocktail competition, Downtown bars will create cocktails for bragging rights and possession of the Repeal Day Cup. There will also be a toast by former Mayor Oscar Goodman, plus food, cigars, cabaret dancers and a swing band. 7 to 10 p.m., $66 VIP includes early entry and open bar 6-10 p.m., $46 GA includes two drink tickets, 300 Stewart Ave, TheMobMuseum.org.

Dapper daddies and dolls can take advantage of an open Aviation Gin bar from 10-11 p.m. at Commonwealth on December 5. Enjoy contemporary music blended with ’30s jazz sounds by the Shaun DeGraff Band from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. 525 E. Fremont St., CommonwealthLV.com.

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