Welcome back. Here’s your first to-do for 2015:
Have some moonshine.
Enjoy some hoochie coochie.
And schmooze in one of Al Capone’s former hideouts.
Introducing the Uptown Underground, a shimmering underground speakeasy of burlesque, cabaret and all things sophisticated and free, open now in Uptown.
A labor of love by the doyennes at Kiss Kiss Cabaret, the Underground is a delightful take on the clubs of the Jazz Age, a gathering place for socialites and general seduction and naked-ity.
Brass tacks: this is your new uptempo spot to bring anyone from clients to dates, as long as they’re not of the prudish sort.
Inside: a full-service retro bar in a 150-seat main-stage room with smaller lounge areas for those seeking to get intimate.
Expect vintage programming seven nights a week. Cabaret. Vaudeville acts. Parlor magic. It’s all here. Live and in color.
Plus: vintage arcade games, jazzy tunes and the playful flitting and flaunting of the Kiss Kiss Coquettes.
Check the calendar. Your tickets await.
Happy new year, indeed.