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Modeled after a Prohibition-era speakeasy, here you can learn about the past through drinking it.

Exploring the Underground, the Mob Museum’s Prohibition-era bar

June 7th, 2018

Modeled after a Prohibition-era speakeasy, here you can learn about the past through drinking it.

  • Dining

    Nine Fine Irishmen, Rí Rá and Sean Patrick’s.

  • Nightlife

    It’s the kind of inviting, unique space that beckons to anyone walking by.

  • Nightlife

    The interior design keeps the vintage vibes going with simple, clean décor.

  • Industry Weekly

    The new spot at Hexx Kitchen & Bar also offers live music and great views.

  • Industry Weekly

    The popular three-story casino bar has added some extra sparkle.

  • Industry Weekly

    The classic cocktail bar is set to open at Palazzo in December.

  • A&E

    Also: a benefit for Shade Tree shelter and a bike-in movie night.

  • A&E

    Brooklyn Bowl, Beerhaus and, of course, Hofbräuhaus.

  • Dining

    Brew ditches pre-sweetened milk powders and actually brews its own loose-leaf tea to order.

  • A&E

    Plus, your last shot to catch The Who’s drummer’s other project—for free.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Front Yard is bringing more food, drinks and music to the off-Strip favorite.

  • Dining News

    PKWY Tavern has two August beer pairing dinners planned with CraftHaus.

  • A&E

    HT, Frankie’s, Champagne’s and more.

  • Industry Weekly

    The lobby space once home to Whiskey Sky has a fresh new look.

  • Industry Weekly

    There’s a new bar at the Forum Shops and it’s unlike anything on the Strip.

  • A&E

    The Double Down, the Peppermill, Huntridge Tavern and more.

  • Industry Weekly

    Reilly might be Ireland’s version of the Most Interesting Man in the World.

  • Dining

    Forget Fremont Street. Here’s where the real boozy Downtown fun is at.

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    The second annual Summer Cookout raised more than $18,000 for Three Square Food Bank.

  • A&E

    Randall has been training and perfecting his act for years in preparation for the World Championships of Magic.

  • NewsAllSports

    Tickets have become the toughest in the league to get; practices required fire marshals to limit the overwhelming number of attendees.

  • A&E

    He used his first show back at Caesars Palace to debut some songs from his upcoming 30th studio album.

  • Nightlife

    Los Angeles-based Houston Hospitality will open the changing resort's new nightclub on New Year's Eve.

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    When, how and why to attend Aces, Lights and 51s games.

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    “I’m not adding mayos or mustards or vinegars that don’t belong. It’s very basic, and that’s what people like about it.”

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    The Knights cruised through the Western Conference portion, and did it in a manner coach Gerard Gallant preached from the day he took the job—by ...

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    Last weekend she Instagrammed, “omg getting close #prayforme.”

  • A&E

    This year's benefit production boasts a cast of 150 from 30 different Las Vegas shows.

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    “You can’t be crowned the king of the party without running through Vegas.”

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    The executive director of Golden Rainbow talks about the organization's upcoming fundraising events, his passion for helping those living with HIV/AIDS, and the increasing rate ...

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    The nightlife executive has witnessed the scene’s evolution since the late ’80s, while moonlighting as a DJ.

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    Three chefs from three different restaurants will to collaborate on a family-style menu.

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    The source material has also inspired three hit movies, including 1998’s ‘You’ve Got Mail,’ with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.

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    “There’s a lot of young women of color who look up to me and thank me for representing them … it’s definitely a new thing, ...