St. Louis Union Station rolling out 1920s pop-up cocktail bar

The pop-up offers a selection of 1920s-inspired cocktails that are served in the Grand Hall

ST. LOUIS – The 1920s come back to life this month at St. Louis Union Station.

Union Station is kicking off a pop-up cocktail experience titled “Opulence in the Grand Hall” on January 25th. It is open every day until March 6th from 4pm to 11pm.

The pop-up offers a selection of 1920s-inspired cocktails that are served in the Grand Hall.

According to a press release, the Great Hall was an important part of the “busy railroad terminal” in St. Louis during the Prohibition era. During this time Union Station was a hub of activity for crowds of travelers, including flappers, gangsters, lawmakers, and pirates.

The Opulence cocktail menu includes:

  • Sazarec – rye, sugar, bitter, absinthe, lemon oil
  • French 75 – cognac, sugar, lemon, champagne
  • Aviation – gin, maraschino, lemon, purple cream
  • Whiskey Sour – Bourbon, Sugar, Lemon, Egg White
  • Clover Club – gin, raspberry, lemon, egg white
  • Jack Rose – apple brandy, grenadine, lemon
  • Pimm’s Cup – Pimm’s No.1, ginger ale, lemon, cucumber

In addition to cocktails, guests can order food on Fridays and Saturdays. The popup is open upon prior reservation, with no reservation required.

During the pop-up, the Grand Hall is decorated with scenes from the Jazz Age for photo opportunities, and Union Station’s award-winning light shows are played on the Grand Hall ceiling every hour.

For more information about the pop-up and other events, visit the St. Louis Union Station website.

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