THE GIN MILL SOCIAL
SELECTED FRIDAY NIGHTS – 22nd Jan, 19th Feb| Banquet Menu & Entertainment | $99pp | 7pm |
Feast, dance and play at the ultimate 1920’s dinner party.
“A night of glamour, food, drinks and entertainment…. Don’t forget your dancing shoes.” – Broadsheet
Inside an old closed down bank lies the hottest spot on the strip. It’s prohibition time, an era of secrecy and excess, so grab some friends and join us for a night of cocktails, swinging live bands, dancing and wild pop-up performances.
Dress code: guys in ties, girls in pearls.
”it’s like Gold Class on steroids!” – weekendnotes
GIN MILL (noun) – 1920s slang for an establishment where hard liquor is sold. Tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms. A room or establishment where drinks and meals are served.
SOCIAL (adj) – A party of people assembled to promote sociability and communal activity. A group of people gathered together for pleasure.
HISTORY – A speakeasy was an establishment that illegally sold alcoholic beverages in an age of Prohibition. These establishments came into prominence in the United States during 1920s. During this time, the sale, manufacture, and transportation (bootlegging) of alcoholic beverages were illegal. Speakeasies were so called because of the practice of speaking quietly about such a place in public, or even inside it, so as not to alert the police.
Banquet menu, entertainment, live music $99.00pp (+booking fee)
Banquet menu, pop-up performances, live bands, full table service for drinks
Please note that patrons wanting to be seated on the same table must book under one name, minimum of 5 tickets taken at a time for large groups.
Doors open at 7pm Strict arrival time of 7pm-7:10pm FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT RUN FROM 7.10pm – Approx 10:30pm – LATE ARRIVAL LOCK OUT PERIOD APPLIES
*Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable