The drinking and leisure scene in the United States boomed after Prohibition, with mixologists across the country developing all kinds of new-fangled concoctions behind the bar- and a freshly liberate America couldn't get enough. The unique lounges, hotel bars, and more exotic drinking venues defined this era of drinking culture and were immortalized in the linen postcards used to advertise them.
With more than 50 classic cocktail recipes, fascinating historical vignettes, and over 150 pieces of vintage ephemera, you'll be transported to an era of unbridled indulgence and distinct glamour.
Written by: Diane Lapis and Anne Peck-Davis
Published by: W.W. Norton Company
Pages: 223 pages