Celebrate Repeal Day by Drinking Up at Metro Brasserie and Bar

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It's hard to imagine a nation without alcohol today, but back in the early 20th century, Prohibition banned spirits until Repeal Day in 1933. In honor of the 76th anniversary of Repeal Day, raise a glass this weekend as Metro Brasserie and Bar offers signature cocktails for only $0.76 when you buy a regular one for $10.

Drinks include Corpse Reviver's, French 75's and Pink Lady's, and the offer's good from Saturday, December 5 through Monday, December 7 during dinner hours. The restaurant also offers a specialty menu for $19.33 during this time.

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