Happy Repeal Day, Los Angeles!

On December 5th, 1933, our ancestors had a reason to celebrate: The 18th amendment to the US Constitution, which banned the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages, was repealed!

In celebration of that historic day, bars and lounges across the United States will offer special drinks at special prices.  Thanks to this list provided by LA Weekly, you now know where to go to get them!  A few are highlighted below.

Bigfoot Lodge: Bigfoot Lodge East and West are both serving $1 cocktails from 7-9 p.m. (Only two $1 drinks per customer!)

Oldfield’s Liquor Room:  This Culver City bar with a speakeasy vibe is also offering $1 cocktails between 7 and 9pm.

Cole’s Red Car Bar and The Varnish: Enjoy some live live jazz music in one of LA’s oldest haunts! (Cole’s is in the main restaurant in front and Varnish is located through a dusty door in the back.)

There’s also a bartender competition happening, so be prepared for a busy but delicious evening of $5 Old Overholt Punch and an ice luge! Guests are encouraged to dress in their best 30’s attire.

Comme Ca: Head to West Hollywood for $6 Gin Rickey’s, Sazerac, Manhattans and Negroni!

Corner Door: This new Culver City haunt is offering $5 Old Fashioneds after 9pm.

Del Monte SpeakeasyTownhouse: In the basement of one of the westsides oldest bars is the Del Monte, a real working speakeasy during Prohibition.  Tonight $25 will get you a roast pig dinner with sides, live jazz and a free concoction they call Repeal Day punch.  More cocktails will be on hand for this all inclusive evening from 7-9pm!

Fine even MORE specials at all 213 Group Bars HERE.