Carrie Nation was a radical member of the temperance movement in Pre-Prohibition America and put herself on the map by using vandalism to display her opinion, which led to over 30 arrests. The bar and restaurant that carry her namesake has a bourbon and cocktail selection that would make Nation herself blush. This speakeasy, inspired by the Roaring 20s, will impress clients ranging from history buffs to bourbon enthusiasts.Guests will arrive to Carrie Nation and walk to the back of the venue towards the Speakeasy. At the entrance to this exclusive room, they will be greeted by the host and welcomed into the private space. Once inside, everyone will be able to order a drink from the bar or ask for the expert mixologist to whip up that evening’s specialty cocktail. On the other side of the room, guests will chalk up their cue sticks and challenge clients to shoot a perfect game of billiards. While they brush up on their pool skills, guests will also enjoy a premium open bar and fill up on delectable passed hors d'oeuvres. Whether they are learning to craft the perfect cocktail or hitting a cut shot with ease, your guests are guaranteed to have a great time at this unique take on a standard reception.
Passed Hors d'Oeuvres
Premium Open Bar
"Named after the woman known for vandalizing bars during the temperance movement of the early 1900s, this cocktail bar features a variety of whiskeys and appropriately named signature cocktails, such as December 5th (the date Prohibition was repealed) and Racket Buster (the nickname of a famous Boston police officer), in its main bar and upstairs speakeasy". Food & Wine
"Carrie Nation is named, of course, after the temperance movement crusader, who would enter a drinking establishment with a hatchet, creating obvious havoc. No ghost of her here (although she may be rolling over in her grave); the front room is large and beautiful, with a nod to the past- red leather, turn of the century fixtures. Even more my speed, check out the dark and well appointed back room, complete with two old billiard tables- you'll feel like it's 1915 and Carrie herself might bust in at any moment.” Josh Childs, Boston.com
11 Beacon Street
Boston , MA 02108
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