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Downtown’s Prohibition Supperclub Gets A Major Revamp

It’s now The Oyster Bar at Prohibition, and there’s going to be burlesque

Prohibition
Prohibition

Downtown Houston is evolving, and two-year-old Prohibition Supperclub & Bar has noticed and started it’s own evolution.

The Houston Chronicle reports that the name, chef, and menu at this sexy, twenties-inspired restaurant and performance space will soon change. Most visibly, it will split into two separate eateries in Oyster Bar at Prohibition and Prohibition Supperclub. Chef Jordan Economy, formerly of Boheme Café & Wine Bar, will lead the kitchen.

Not surprisingly, the Oyster Bar will serve up an extensive seafood menu, including campechana with Gulf shrimp and jumbo lump crab and roasted oysters with Argintinian chimichuri sauce. For those inclined to stick to land-based food, the Oyster Bar will offer items like smoked fried chicken and steak frites.

The Moonlight Dolls burlesque show will go on at Prohibition Supperclub, in case you were worried about losing your favorite downtown entertainment. The venue will expand to add more seating, a ticket office, and a prix-fixe menu to enjoy while you watch the dancers.

When it opens, the new Oyster Bar at Prohibition will be open from 4 p.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday and from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Stay tuned for an official opening date.

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