InterNations Tashkent July First Event - Mafia Night
In US history, it was illegal to manufacture, transport, distribute or sale alcoholic beverages during the Prohibition period between 1920-1933. Those activities, Bootlegging, were forbidden under the U.S. Constitution.
But it did not stop Americans from drinking in secret bars. Continuing and widespread public desire for alcohol had the unexpected consequence of expanding violent, organized crime. Illegal sources of production and distribution emerged quickly and mob bosses-controlled competition with guns. Crime became big business.
Criminal competition for control of the illegal alcohol market was intense and violent. One of the most notorious mobsters, Al Capone, ruled Chicago with an iron fist. His charitable donations made Capone popular with many people, after the brutal St. Valentine’s Day Massacre of rivals in 1929.
This bar required to be a resident of the bar but they accept to invite our community for an unforgettable night!
The management as well offers us a welcome drink and live jazz music!
For the free drink you need to check in either with me or the recipient to get IN token for the free drink.
Dress Code: Causal, no shorts or slippers
Don’t forget to invite your friends / family to join us but please invite them first to join our community.
Looking forward to see you all there!