Prohibition in the United States was a nationwide constitutional ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages from 1920 to 1933.
Almost 100 years later, in 2018, Georgia residents ensured their voice was still heard by passing Senate Bill 17, more popularly known as the “Brunch Bill” or the “Mimosa Mandate”, allowing earlier liquor sales on Sundays.
Not much has changed. “We the People” still love cocktails and will “fight for our right to party”.
It’s said everything old becomes new again. That becomes evident when walking into Red Phone Booth. Entry is gained through dialing the secret code on a 1930s style phone, in literally, an unassuming, red phone booth.
The bar itself has a nostalgic flare with both booth and bar seating, a walk in humidor and a gorgeous, real wood fireplace. You can watch retro, black and white movies above the bar.
Red Phone Booth offers delicious dining options to include classics such as Shrimp Cocktail to authentic Italian pizzas, meatballs, gnocchi and stuffed peppadew peppers.