With the heightened interest in classic cocktails and cocktail history, restaurants and bars across the country are celebrating this Saturday’s Repeal Day with promotions and special menus. On Dec. 5, 1933, Prohibition ended in the United States, and the day became part of the history of the nation’s drinking culture. Prohibition didn’t stop people from making and distributing bootleg alcohol or serving illegal alcohol in speakeasy clubs, and many venues participating in ...
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