An establishment with a tip the hat-- namely, Capone’s fedora-- to the age of Fitzgerald, flappers, the speakeasy and ragtime kids. We’ve captured the essence of an era when the American Dream flowed as freely as the bathtub gin, when Charleston and its rag were the song and dance of the day. This venue brings the swing back to King Street and downtown Charleston.
We’ve tapped international interior designer Benjamin Kay and local architect Neil Stevenson, as well as some of Charleston’s most talented artists to extend roaring 20’s themed atmosphere and ambience for a social dining and nightlife experience unparalleled and un-pinnacled in the Holy City and beyond. With the intricate styling of the interior and the romance of the traditional Charleston courtyard, we’ve merged the soul of city’s rich history with the fervor of the Jazz age. If Gatsby lived in Charleston, this would most certainly be his haunt.
An illustriously delicious food menu infused with locally grown and caught edibles will dazzle even the most distinguished and seasoned palettes. Expect culinary delights to leave you completely jazzed, with creative twists on local favorites and sophisticated versions of traditional American fare, from savory seafood entrees, to the finest cuts of meat prepared with perfection. Coupled with nothing less than cocktail wizardry with extensive liquor, wine and beer offerings, Prohibition is the consummate celebration of the bacchanalian decadence of the 1920’s.