High-end cocktail bar Prophecy to open at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia

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      It was a sad day when Prohibition, the luxe cocktail bar underneath the Rosewood Hotel Georgia known for its swish interiors and absinthe towers, closed its doors during the pandemic. But it has just been announced that a new spot, dubbed Prophecy, will open in its place later this spring.

      The new high-end lounge falls under the stewardship of Justin Mensah-Coker, Mike Rose, and Teddy Wilkie of At Home Hospitality, with the drink menu helmed by Michelin-recommended beverage director Jeff Savage—known for his mixology at Botanist Bar—alongside bar manager Nicole Cote.

      “We’re very excited to be bringing this concept to life with such a talented team,” says Teddy Wilkie, operating partner of Prophecy, in a release. “We look forward to sharing our food, drink and hospitality with our guests, as we write the next chapter for this historic space.”

      Matteo Caniglia, formerly of spots like The Parlour, Glowbal Group, and Ancora, will be general manager.

      Like many other aesthetically gorgeous places to get a drink in Vancouver, Prophecy is being designed by interior design firm Ste Marie Studio—responsible for restaurants such as Savio Volpe, Botanist, and St. Lawrence—driving home its luxurious, old-world-meets-new-world style.

      While no opening date has been announced yet, you can stay in the loop by following @prophecybar on Instagram. When it does open, Prophecy will operate seven days a week from 4pm until late.