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Prohibition Hour, private dining, and all the holiday vibes at Louie and Chan NYC

If there’s one thing you have probably learned about me, it’s that I love to eat (and take semi-professional food Instagram pics). So I guess that just means sometimes I get to dine in style, this time at Louie and Chan‘s Media Dinner and Prohibition Night thanks to a very special (and swanky!) invite from my new found affiliates The Same Paige Co., a dynamic duo based in NYC known for their PR and communications.

The evening started with a very special Prohibition Hour at 7pm (which happens every Tuesday)—where you can go back and relive the glorious days of when cocktails were just 35 cents; everyone is dressed like they are the Cat’s Meow, and you definitely won’t feel like it’s about to be the year 2016. 

I also suggest arriving a bit early, as the demand is high for this very limited time traveling price with a line likely out the door. 

A jazz band The New Wonders also plays in the Parlor all night to accompany live burlesque. 

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After a couple cocktails and getting a little balled up we were directed to Louie and Chan’s Private Dining Room where the setup was beyond exquisite and the space was very intimate, perfect for a holiday gathering or event for around 15 or so people.


I was definitely not prepared for what was to come; the 5 course meal customized by Louie and Chan made me feel like I was really living that Great Gatsby life—something everyone should feel at least once in their lifetime.


Sea Urchin pasta. Yeah. That:


Lamb Leg for Days…

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Can’t forget the Nutella brownie for dessert. 

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For a stylish gathering for your holiday party or maybe even if you just want to cut a rug on a Tuesday, Louie and Chan’s varietal venue offers many options for winter fun. 

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Kaitlin Duffy is a writer from Cleveland. When she's not blogging or pondering the great complexities of the world and outer space, she is finding rare vinyl steals, visiting new places, laughing often, Instagramming everything in sight, watching movies, or working on her first feature Port de Cleve.