Who bombed Corbin's Saloon?? (currently known as the Barrel and Boar BBQ Gastropub) That's the mystery guests will solve as you are thrown back into Westerville's Prohibition era. Historical characters from Westerville's past will provide the clues (and maybe some laughs) you will need to solve this historical mystery. Barrel and Boar will provide a delicious 3-course meal and drink! Shhhh. Don't tell Pussyfoot Johnson! The password is "Canned Tea!" See menu and order tickets below for: Whiskey Wars! A speakeasy dinner theater event.
Barrel Boar Westerville is excited to once again host a special Prohibition Era Dinner Theatre Event complete with craft cocktails, period dining selections, and theatrical vignettes depicting the part that Westerville and the Barrel & Boar building played as a "juice joint" during the anti-saloon time.
Tickets are $60 per person.
Your ticket will include The Fireman's Sour cocktail handcrafted by our "bootictians" team as well as a three-course dinner that you might have enjoyed while assembling in one of the secret saloons of Westerville. (Additional era cocktails available for separate purchase.) Westerville's own Good Medicine Productions will share the story of Westerville's part in the Ohio Anti-Saloon League. Plus, a special appearance by author Joe Meyer, who penned Westerville: The War Machine of Prohibition. Sales of his book that night will benefit Uptown Westerville, Inc. It's a night that you don't want to miss! Cocktails: Included in your ticket purchase is high quality and hand-crafted – The Fireman’s Sour Other cocktails available for purchase include: The Firemans Sour Spiced Rum Fresh Lime Raspberry Liqueur Simple Syrup Temptation Cocktail Old Forester 86 Curacao Absinthe Orange Peel The White Lady Mr. Boston Dry Gin Cointreau Fresh Lemon Juice Simple Syrup Lemon Peel
Dinner Options: • Course One: Potato Chowder • Course Two: (Choice of one) • Johnny Marzetti with crusty garlic bread Or "Poverty pie" individual chicken a la king (gf) Or Lentil Sheppard’s Pie • Course Three: Red Velvet Cake *Dietary options by special request
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Good Medicine is made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). The OAC is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically.