Situated in downtown Minneapolis’ bustling heart, Prohibition offers a uniquely intimate lounge-like setting that is perfect for a vintage-style or otherwise unique wedding day. Originally designed for Wilbur Foshay as his very own private retreat in the Foshay building, this 27th floor bar stands as a true masterpiece of 1920’s architecture. Be transported back in time with the Roarin’ 20’s style decor peppering each room, including mahogany-paneled walls, sparkling chandeliers, and stunning floor-to-ceiling windows offering sparkling wraparound views of downtown as it glitters in the night. These decorative and architectural details allow this stunning venue to artfully intertwine timeless sophistication and an unrivaled sense of intimacy. Celebrate your wedding day by enjoying finely crafted cocktails as you lounge on antique styled furnishings, chatting with your nearest and dearest. Perfect for intimate occasions of up to 60 people, Prohibition is a must-see for soon-to-be-wed couples hoping to hold their big day in a truly one-of-a-kind setting.
Indoor Ceremony, Indoor Reception
Max Indoor Ceremony: 150 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 150 guests
Set up time can start at noon. Events must end by 2:00AM.
There is no rental fee for the reception and ceremony but there is a food and beverage minimum applied to all events. The venue allows 3 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time.
The average wedding cost at Prohibition is estimated at between $11,102 and $16,320 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.
|Coat check room|
|Tables and chairs provided|
|Linens, silverware, glassware provided|
|Venue set up and clean up|
|Day of onsite manager|
|Full kitchen facilities|
|All food and beverage handled by venue|
|Food & beverage minimum|
|Venue must approve all decorations|
|No rice, birdseed, confetti, etc.|
|Catering provided by venue|
|No amplified music allowed|
|Smoking outside only|
|Alcohol must be provided by venue|
|No restrictions on music end time|
|Amplified music only allowed for full venue buyout|