You don't even have to leave the building to catch a show at this Theater District gem. That's because Prohibition Supperclub & Bar houses a theater of its own. Built in 1912 and kissed with Art Deco details, the seriously gorgeous space hosts sultry performances from burlesque troop the Moonlight Dolls. Out front, the restaurant is just as enticing. The menu evokes of sense of Southern decadence, with small plates ranging from New Orleans BBQ Shrimp and Croque Monsieur Oysters to Blistered Shishito Peppers. Don't miss the addicting Smoked Fried Chicken, a signature of former chef Ben McPherson that lives on through the talented chef Matt Wommack.. With an incredible bar program to match, you'll have one satisfying night at the theater.