On December 5th, The DC Craft Bartenders’ Guild is inviting Washington area residents to party like it’s 1933. The group, made up of DC’s top mixologists, is hosting Washington’s only Repeal Day party, taking place at The City Tavern Club from 8 P.M. to midnight. Priced at $90 per person with proceeds benefiting the Club’s Preservation Fund and the Museum of the American Cocktail, this fund raising event honors the 75th anniversary of the date when the 18th Amendment – which established Prohibition in the United States – was repealed.
Guests will be treated to true classic cocktails, recreated by the best in the business, including locals Owen Thompson (Bourbon), Gina Chersevani (EatBar) and Derek Brown (The Gibson). Special guests will include Tony Abou-Ganim (Host of Fine Living Network’s “Raising the Bar”), Jeffrey Morgenthaler (RepealDay.org founder) and other top bartenders from throughout the United States. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided throughout the night by the City Tavern Club and a 1930s jazz band will set the mood and provide the tunes for dancing. Join us for some old fashioned fun!
To purchase tickets, visit www.dccraftbartendersguild.com