Prohibition was repealed 76 years ago, and no one's stopped, uh, celebrating since. So it's convenient that the D.C. Craft Bartenders Guild is hosting their second annual Repeal Day Ball, a "blacktie booze ball" at PS7 (777 I Street N.W.), Saturday at 9 p.m. The location is directly across the street from the historic first meetingplace of the Anti-Saloon League, which launched the legal fight for Prohibition in the first place. (Boo...)
VIP and gen admission tickets are $100-$150. VIP attendees will enjoy special access to cocktail demonstrations, hor d’oueveres, admittance to VIP after-parties and a copy of "The Lush Life: Portraits from the Bar" by Jill Degroff. This event is blacktie so get "suited and booted" to tip your hat and sip on some of D.C.'s best signature cocktails.