Valentine's Supper Club - Maximo Mezcal

Wine pairings are out, and cocktails are in at Prohibition's exclusive four-course Supper Club dinner paired with cocktails.


Thursday, February 14

6:30pm - 9:00pm

Prohibition San Diego

548 Fifth Ave, San Diego, AL 92101
ThuFeb | 14
Valentine's Supper Club - Maximo Mezcal
Prohibition San Diego
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      Reserve Your Seat - Desposit $42.50
      Non-Refundable Service Fee $3.54
      Total $46.04

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      This is a 50% deposit only. The other 50%, + 20% gratuity and applicable taxes are due the night of.
      Full price is $85 per person + 20% gratuity. Includes your cocktails and dinner. 21+ to participate.

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Welcome to Prohibition Supper Club, an exclusive dinner + cocktails event. This Valentine's Day, enjoy four courses of Maximo Mezcal cocktails and Maximo Mezcal inspired dishes. Join us for cocktail hour starting at 6:30pm; dinner starts at 7pm.

As you enjoy your decadent dinner, learn all about Maximo Mezcal and how each dish was made to compliment each cocktail. This is a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Tickets are limited. You must be 21+ to partake!

  • Prohibition San Diego

    548 Fifth Ave, San Diego, AL 92101

Thursday, February 14, 2019

6:30pm - 9:00pm PST

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