Last year, chefs Rob McCue and Adam Banks, from Bravo’s Chef Roble & Co. and Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen, recreated the last supper of the Titanic in the epic event Dine Titanic  to mark the 100th anniversary of the ship’s fatal maiden voyage. This year, they’re taking us back to a decadent era of New York City history inProhibition NYC, a speakeasy event for 160 revelers on April 20th. The location is still under wraps, but the entry level ticket gives you access to the “Main Parlor,” while the VIP ticket gives you additional access to the area “Behind the Bookcase.”

Evolving the traditional 1920’s cocktail menus, McCue and Banks have designed a unique tasting menu for us 21st-century folks to enjoy at Prohibition NYC, along with period cocktails and a modern twist on the roaring 20’s. Tomorrow, March 20th, a limited number of tickets will be released and after procuring tickets, guests will be provided information about the menu, the collaborators and certain elements of the evening. The exact location of the cocktail party to take place in NYC, will be kept secret until 48 hours prior to the event. Update: We just released the last 20 Parlor Admission tickets available via Eventbrite and the Paypal link below:

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$125 per entry class ticket and $150 per VIP class ticket . VIP ticket-holders will experience additional courses, spirits of superior quality, exclusive entertainment as well as a private area within the venue.

Event begins promptly at 1pm on Saturday, April 20, 2013. In typical speakeasy fashion, only those that purchase tickets and follow the protocol will be granted entrance to Prohibition NYC. Period dress is strongly encouraged. See more from Untapped Cities Events.