Party like it’s the 1930s at this Speakeasy-style event in a hidden back room of a historic Soho restaurant. The password is NYCHEAP for bootlegger-style food drinks, dancing to a live band, and some Prohibition-style surprises.
It’s called Death in the Afternoon, even though it’s a lively, fun event, on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2PM to 4PM.
Your path to the Speakeasy is lined with mock portraits of the famous bootleggers who helped your Grammie get her daily dose of dirty bourbon back during Prohibition.
Your ticket also entitles you to a perfectly mixed cocktail that Al Capone would approve of, plus a selection of tasty victuals from the award-winning chef of SoHo’s historic Raoul’s Restaurant.where the event is being held.
Providing the soundtrack to your clandestine daydrinking extravaganza is Brooklyn-bred dixieland swing band The Grand St. Stompers, along with a surprise guest or two.
Tickets are normally $50, but the Death in the Afternoon organizer is giving NYC ON THE CHEAP a special 40% discount, so tickets are $30, not $50.
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See you at the Speakeasy.