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Remembering the Roaring Twenties

Eastern Standard bartenders took center stage this week while mixing drinks at the 75th anniversary celebration of the repeal of Prohibition. Eastern Standard bartenders took center stage this week while mixing drinks at the 75th anniversary celebration of the repeal of Prohibition. (Erik jacobs for the boston globe)
By Mark Shanahan and Paysha Rhone
Globe Staff / December 6, 2008

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In keeping with the current Depression-era vibe, Eastern Standard owner Garrett Harker hosted a Prohibition party this week, a "Roaring Twenties" rave marking the 75th anniversary of the day drinking resumed. (The six-course menu, including Cockscomb - a.k.a. rooster crown - was pared with cleverly named cocktails such as the Hanky Panky and the Charles Lindbergh .) A sellout, the ... (Full article: 683 words)

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