On the after noon of January 18th, Webster Hall greeted their guests with mini-mugs and had their floors taken over by rare craft beers and whiskeys from all over the world – most of which, I found to be, from Brooklyn. #BrooklynWeGoHard!
For all you non-whiskey, non-beer drinkers… this is not your party.. because that’s all you’ll find. Oh, unless you’re into Pop Chips and Hot Dogs… they did serve that.
Everyone was dressed to impress – mobsters and flappers at every corner. Webster Hall, once owned by infamous mobster, Al Capone, ignored the prohibition mantra, and quickly earned its moniker as the “Jewel of the Village” among its adventurous clientele. Fast forward to now, 128 years since its inception, Webster Hall brought it all back.
Music was great, drinks were non-stops, people were cool, calm and rowdy, and it was a very festive evening. Live musical performances at each floor and I’m still not over my little shot mug glass.
Definitely an event worth going to year, after year.
– Anaisabel Garcia
Photos via Webster Hall