Back in the 1920’s, an ill-fated exercise in temperance was born from a movement; to banish the damage drunkenness was seen to be causing America. But before prohibition was even a day old, a rebellion began, one that was as mysterious as it was crooked.
In the days of the bootleg, drinkeries were carefully hidden and open only to those who knew the password, and rules of entry were always attached.
The 18th Amendment was torn up in 1933. And while the days of the bootlegger have been laid to rest, some of the best gin joints in the modern world remain a testament to the prohibition generation’s commitment to enjoying life.
So welcome to Otto’s Drinkery: a place to imbibe libations of much less questionable quality then that of our illegal predecessors, but with none of the suspicion.
• An extensive wine list featuring over 40 varietals
• Fully licensed for dining in
• Food pairing suggestions
• Craft beer and cider by Young Henry’s
• Craft cocktails
* Otto’s Drinkery encourages the responsible consumption of alcohol.