Prohibition Party at Oculto 477

| December 4, 2019 | 0 Comments
Tahona will also offer a special drink menu throughout its bar and dining area.

On Thursday, December 5 between 5 p.m. and 12 a.m. the newly opened Oculto 477, a Prohibition-style speakeasy hidden inside Tahona, honors the anniversary of the United States’ historic repeal of Prohibition by encouraging guests to dress up circa 1920’s fashions and sip from a menu of historic cocktails within San Diego’s newest secret space. Guests can choose from a selection of historically significant drinks created by bartenders of yesteryear, from Shims and Sours to Old Fashioneds and Fizzes. During this evening, Tahona will also offer a special drink menu throughout its bar and dining area, to include two of Oculto 477’s concoctions for those who don’t wander their way into the secret speakeasy. Walk-ins are welcome; dinner reservations at Tahona can be made at

Available now, Executive Chef Adrian Villareal has released several new “antojitos” (snacks), shareable entrees and desserts to enjoy well into winter at Tahona’s, which include:

  • Beet Salad with blackberry, yogurt, dill, walnuts, and watercress
  • Tamal: squash blossom, huitlacoche with acorn squash 
  • Confit Chicken with barley mushroom risotto, huitlacoche, winter greens and sunchoke chips
  • Pulpo Pipian: grilled octopus, roasted Brussels sprouts, kale chicharron and pipian mole
  • Sweet Tamal: caramelized apples, whipped cream and flower crumble
  • Flan: Mexican custard, cornmeal and candied acorn squash

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