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The iconic London-style Red Phone Booth is going PINK in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Once inside the 1920's Prohibition experience venue, patrons will find bartenders donned with pink vests and ribbons, serving up the limited-edition pink craft cocktail, Brockmans Hope Cocktail, made with Brockmans Gin, crème de framboise, an egg white, Luxardo cherry wine, lime juice and garnished with the notable pink ribbon for $15. Proceeds from the cocktail sales will benefit Susan G. Komen Tennessee in the Nashville market.

Both Atlanta Red Phone Booth locations have also gone PINK and will be hosting fundraiser events throughout the month to help reach the goal of raising $10,000 total to support Susan G. Komen and two other charities in the Atlanta market.

"We are thrilled to support our local communities during Breast Cancer Awareness month," said Stephen de Haan, Red Phone Booth Owner / Founder. "We hope to not only raise awareness but much needed funding for these local charities doing great work to serve those affected by this disease."

One in every eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. In 2021, it is estimated that approximately 30% of all female cancer diagnoses will be breast cancer. Red Phone Booth is joining the fight against breast cancer in hopes of one day reducing the impact of this disease.

"National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is about coming together as a community to make an impact on breast cancer and we are so excited that the Red Phone Booth is stepping in to help fund our mission of ending this disease forever," said Tim Newman, State Executive Director of Susan G. Komen Tennessee.

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Showcasing the 1920's speakeasy theme, Red Phone Booth's cocktail menu features an extensive selection of rare bourbon, whiskey, scotch and Japanese whisky selections. Patrons will notice the finest attention to detail that provides for exceptional cocktails including 100% fresh squeezed juices such as blood orange, mango, and cranberry, hand chipped double-reverse pass osmosis ice, garnishes cut to order, a collection of some of the rarest liquors available and over a dozen tinctures, bitters and flavoring agents to help breath new depth.

Cigar enthusiasts can enjoy a wide variety of blends in a cleansed and refreshed air atmosphere. There is a 100% fresh outdoor air system accompanied by five 2,500 CFM air purifiers utilizing Bipolar Ionization Technology. In developing the humidor, Red Phone Booth prioritized quality and desirability of the cigars over quantity of any one brand, therefore will continually bring in fresh new inventory.

The 5,200 square foot venue features restored original brick and reclaimed tobacco barn wood floors, a honey onyx bar, intimate fireplaces, custom Italian leather couches, and hand-painted ceiling with back lighting. A private room in the back is also available to rent for private events.

Red Phone Booth's goal is to provide each guest with the most memorable experience, always looking for opportunities to exceed each customer's expectations, while maintaining a sincere gracious attitude. From the comfort of the seating to the training and knowledge of the staff, and the quality of the air, it is all of these things and more that allow for Red Phone Booth to deliver an unparalleled experience for its guests.

Red Phone Booth is located in Nashville, Atlanta, GA and Buckhead, GA. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m., Saturday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday from 5 p.m. to midnight. More information is available online at


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