Get a little taste of a vibrant period in American history. Discover how wealth, foreign influence, industrialization and a newfound sense of freedom informed American society and design in the 1920s with Stephen Harrison, Cleveland Museum of Art Curator of Decorative Art and Design. Harrison’s insights and anecdotes about The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s exhibition (on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art through January 14, 2018) are served up with a special high society drink menu inspired by recipes from The Savoy Cocktail Book. Speakeasy Social-goers who choose to dine in can enjoy house-made, era-appropriate dinner specials and the event will be accompanied by Django Reinhardt-inspired French-gypsy stylings of Mustache Yourself. Harrison will sign copies of the exhibition’s 400-page catalogue and The Jazz Age CD.