1923 Prohibition Bar, the “bourbon-centric prohibition-era bar” at Mandalay Bay, is expanding to another new location on the Las Vegas Strip. Hidden in the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian Resort, the new 1923 Prohibition Bar—with an almost Russian-doll-like quality—will itself be home to a hidden gem: a magic show called Mysteries of the Hidden Chamber.
“We’ll have a Strip headliner that I can’t talk about yet, because I’m under an NDA,” Noel Bowman, Partner and COO at Dreambox306/Icebar/1923 Prohibition Bar, told What Now on Thursday. “It will be very intimate, with lots of audience participation.”
The hidden 1923 speakeasy will be accessible only by elevator, and Bowman says this location will offer the same bourbon-centric menu made popular at Mandalay Bay: “all craft cocktails, a ton of specialty drinks, and a big array of hard-to-find bourbons.” After finding their way to the hidden speakeasy, guests will have to find their way further, to the hidden room where they will be able to witness the Mysteries of the Hidden Chamber.
In addition to the magic show, the new 1923 Prohibition Bar will carry on with the its NOLA (New Orleans) Nights, featuring live music performances and burlesque dancers.
“It’ll be great for people to spend the whole evening with us,” said Bowman. “Have some drinks and stay for the show.”
You can keep up with the Strip’s hidden gem by following @1923lv on Instagram.