The term “American Bar” was used in Europe as early as the late 19th century as a way to indicate the serving of American style cocktails across the pond. This trend was bolstered by prohibition, as American barmen fled the United States in search of a place to practice their craft. The American Bar at the Savoy Hotel in London has carried this torch continuously since it opened its doors. It has also invented more than a few now well known classic cocktails. The team at No. 9 Park will explore the Savoy’s rich history, its eponymous cocktail book, as well as the history of some of its most notable bartenders. Cocktail classes include tasting portions of 5-7 cocktails as well as light bar snacks. Tickets are inclusive of tax and gratuity.
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Is my registration/ticket refundable/transferrable?
No, tickets are non-refundable; however, tickets are transferrable.