After days of meetings, the thrill of post-conference dining can start to fade - and that's the perfect time to shake up clients with a trip to an underground, unexpected and impossibly hedonistic cocktail bar. Prohibition, located in the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, officially opened in February after years of anticipation, and the decadent 3,000-square-foot venue delivers. Guests enter via a shadowy street-level door and step straight into a modern interpretation of the Roaring Twenties where cocktails are plentiful and expertly crafted, nightly live entertainment is heavily influenced by the Jazz Age, and the seductive interior is dominated by black stone and electric blue accents. Vancouver's newest - and easily one of the most atmospheric - watering holes is ideal for treating delegates to a well-deserved tipple après convention, or for hosting an association event (ask about the absinthe fountain if you really want to impress). Buyouts are available on Sundays with space to hold up to 155 guests comfortably; in-house catering includes small bites that pair perfectly with the venue's bespoke and vintage brews. Who knew Prohibition could be this much fun?