M&M Limo’s Chicago Prohibition Tour
The Roaring ‘20’s Chicago Prohibition Tour is the only tour focused on Chicago’s most notorious era. Visit the speakeasies that made the famous, infamous. Become a “scofflaw” on this quarantine roaring 20s tour that will transport you to when Prohibition started 100 years ago.
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Experience the top-shelf liquor and high-end quality food that only these top establishments can provide. A safe and comfortable experience that you and your guests will certainly remember.
Exchequer has been one of the Loop’s most treasured pizzerias since 1969, but the location has a history much more nefarious than today would suggest. As documented by the Chicago Tribune, Exchequer was known as the 226 Club during prohibition named for their address of 226 S Wabash Ave. It was this space that operated as a speakeasy, gambling den, and even a brothel during the 1920s. Enjoy a drink and a thin crust pizza from stop #1
Twin Anchors Old Town corner bar has been around since before prohibition. During prohibition, it was converted into Tante Lee’s Soft Drinks. This was a trick many places would do to send a message to the locals that it was a place where you could wet your whistle. Just past the soda shop was a full-blown speakeasy bar with an escape hatch that could lead you out another door or to the upstairs apartments. Today Chicago considers this one of their most treasured taverns. They are famous for their history, the Hollywood stars and films that have been shot there, and their famous ribs which will serve as your entrée.
In the heart of Wicker Park has located a hardware store, that wasn’t really a hardware store. Moving past the hammers and screws you would make your way into a dining hall with a stage named “Club Lucky” that was rocking during prohibition. Today Club Lucky pays homage to their 1930s heyday with their art deco décor and award-winning mixology. Enjoy a dessert along with one of the strongest, well-mixed martinis in town.