Posted 6:50 PM 10/27/2011 by Nancy Chen
The tunnels running underneath downtown San Luis Obispo are dark and mysterious, full of intrigue. Plenty of locals insist they were used during the Prohibition era for speakeasies and smuggling.
As a bartender at Bull's Tavern in the 1980s, Bill Hales heard quite a few stories, but these (More)
Posted 6:40 PM 10/27/2011 by Nancy Chen
For many of us, unwinding after a long day includes a nice glass of wine.
Getting a drink wasn't always so easy from 1920 to 1933, during Prohibition. It's no secret many broke the rules and sold booze anyway, and some watering holes on the Central Coast were among the worst in the (More)