Believe it or not, America once banned liquor. Bar Prohibition at the Golden Gate Casino opened as a nod, or maybe middle finger, to what it calls those "dark days." Prohibition may have ended 80 years ago, but the century-old Golden Gate hasn't forgotten. The space now known as Bar Prohibition has evolved over the years to cater to cowboys, flapper girls, the Rat Pack and now modern sophisticates. But it's never lost its spirit of sticking it to anyone who tries to shut the party down.