During a time of flappers and gangsters…
Speakeasies were hidden sections of an establishment that were used to illegally sell alcoholic beverages during Prohibition. Some speakeasies were similar to today’s clubs, as there was singing and jazz performances. To enter a speakeasy, one would need to say a password to the doorperson so that they would know whether or not they were really secret agents.
The word “speakeasy” came about because people were supposed to “speak easy” when at a bar to not draw attention to the fact that they were buying alcohol.
Join us on October 23, for a night of cocktails, dancing and 1920s attire, but keep it quiet… we don’t want the cops to catch us!