Speakeasy-Themed Prohibition Party at Cactus Bar and Grill

Secret Password, Specialty Drinks – So Fun It’s Criminal!

Friday, January 20
11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
*secret password released at 11 a.m. via facebook

Cactus Bar and Grill will open their private back room for a speakeasy-themed, prohibition party on Friday, January 20. Fighting the prohibition all day long and well into night (11 a.m. to 2 a.m.), guests will enjoy intoxicating and “illegal” drinks, such as $4 Batch 19 prohibition-style pints and $5 Templeton Rye cocktails. Cactus will feature Templeton and Gingers (Templeton Rye and Ginger Ale) and Midwest Rye Cider (Templeton Rye, maple syrup, lemon juice and apple cider). To further add to the festivities, the Cactus Bar staff will be dressed to the nines in classic roarin’ 20s apparel.

In the true tradition of speakeasies, guests may receive a secret password for a special admittance freebie. The password will be posted to facebook fans (Cactus Bar & Grill) at 11 a.m. on January 20. Those that mention the secret password will be rewarded with a complimentary appetizer from Cactus’s $5 appetizer menu (listed below).

On January 16, 1919, the era of Prohibition began in the United States. The U.S. Congress ratified the 18th Amendment to the Constitution making the manufacturing, selling, or transportation of alcohol illegal.

Speakeasy Appetizer Menu
Free with Password

Salsa & Chips
Hot or mild, tortilla chips

Artichoke Jalapeno Dip
Tortilla chips

Cheese Quesadilla
Monterey jack and cheddar cheeses, pico de gallo and salsa

Cheeseburger Sliders
Order of three with lettuce, tomato and American cheese

Death Valley Wings
Your choice of BBQ, spicy BBQ, sweet Thai chili, garlic honey mustard, chipotle lime garlic, mild, hot, or insane sauces with ranch or blue cheese dressing

Cactus Bar and Grill
404 South Wells
Chicago, Illinois 60607


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