What You'll Get
During Prohibition, thirsty American humans were forced to smuggle spirits from moonshining trolls under local bridges. Relive history in modern refinement with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of all-American fare and drinks at Prohibition Room restaurant, lounge, and whiskey bar. Prohibition Room is open seven days a week until 2 a.m. and is located inside the Gold Dome, near Oklahoma City University.
Nocturnal chowhounds can sink their canines into the hunger helpers on Prohibition Room's dinner menu, available every night until 1 a.m. Before indulging in the full-size foodstuff, ready your meal sack with mussels and sausage ($10), a land-meets-sea medley of Prince Edward Island mussels, Thai sausage, and roasted red peppers swimming in a spicy beer broth with artisan bread. Evade ornate epithets with the big sandwich ($15), a protein packer piled with turkey, corned beef, roast beef, pepperoni, provolone, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and onion, with horseradish aioli on toasted focaccia bread. Veggie adventurists can frolic in the jungles of the grilled-vegetable sandwich ($10), a surfeit of zucchini, roasted peppers, tomatoes, spinach, fresh mozzarella, and homemade pesto aioli on a hoagie roll, and carnivores can devour the meaty glory of the Kobe meatloaf ($16). Prohibition Room also offers a sprinkling of soups ($3–$5), salads ($3–$10), and pastas, ($12–$14), as well as a lunch menu with similar stomach stuffers for just a few pence less.
Food can be desiccating. Moisten your mouth while lending an ear to a retinue of live jazz acts. Prohibition Room's cocktail menu tantalizes tongue-buds with classic cocktails and local craft brews and features one of Oklahoma's largest liquor selections with more than 100 scotches and whiskeys. Stop in for the modern food, classic drinks, and swankiest live music since Grandma's infamous Miles Davis karaoke review.
Though some reviews are mixed on service, everyone praises Prohibition Room's drinks. One OKC food blogger wrote about her visit on Dishin and Dishes, five Yelpers give it three stars, and 83% of Urbanspooners like it.
- My pork loin had an amazing sauce brushed over it of a sweet whole grain mustard. It was fabulous. The salad looked kind of ordinary at first, but further investigation delighted us with many large shavings of fresh parmesan nestled between the salad chunks. – Katie, Dishin and Dishes
- The intimidating cocktail menu seems pricey, but the drinks are stiff. The scotch menu is surprisingly large, and there is a sampler (3 small glasses, 3 different scotches). – Matt Meinke, Urbanspoon
- Nothing like coming in late night and getting a grilled cheese and a good drink. – Ilovefood, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. Tax & gratuity not included. Dine-in only. Reservations recommended. Must use in 1 visit. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.