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Located at street level in the Drake Hotel, the Coq d'Or boasts that it was the second bar in Chicago to serve drinks to guests before the 8:30 p.m. call announcing the repeal of Prohibition on Dec. 6, 1933. Prohibition is just a memory now, but this classy lounge, lined with red leather booths, still has a dimly lit speakeasy look. Martinis are a specialty. The menu includes the same New England clam chowder and broiled whitefish that's served in the Cape Cod Room, the hotel's famous seafood restaurant.