Welcome in Fall at The Underground at the Mob Museum

Drink the Beautiful Cocktail during the Life is Beautiful fest

By OTS Staff | Las Vegas, NV | Mob Museum

Here’s a round up of what’s happening at the Mob Museum’s speakeasy this month.


The Deets

• Live music that captures the Jazz Age atmosphere will be performed by artists including The Volsteads, Red Penny Arcade and Amanda King, every Friday and Saturday in September from 8 p.m. to midnight.

• A monthly curated whiskey tasting of the Old Forester Whiskey Row Series will be on September 8th at 8 p.m.

• In honor of National Beer Lovers Day, whisper the secret password “beer me” to enjoy $2 off beers from September 6-12.

• During the week of Life Is Beautiful (September 17 through September 24) guests can enjoy the Beautiful Cocktail, made with chamomile-strawberry-infused moonshine, lemon, honey and egg whites.

• September 29 is National Coffee Day and the Mob Museum will be offering visitors buy one get one free for coffee at all concessions from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., as well as 20% off coffee cocktails all day.


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