Prohibition came to an end on December 5, 1933, and the Esquire Tavern was founded on that date to celebrate, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
Now the oldest bar on the San Antonio Riverwalk and the home of the longest wooden bar in Texas, the Esquire will 'party like its 1933' Thursday night to celebrate their, and the legal right to drink's, 86th birthday.
The Esquire, which was a major haunt for city and county officials in the seventies and eighties, is proud of its history, with Vintage decor, classic furnishings and thirties style lighting.
The Esquire says it continues to specialize in top cocktails, fine wine and spirits, the 'unconventional inclinations.'
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