Everyone knows three things about Al Capone: he died of syphilis, he fixed elections, and apparently, thanks to Geraldo Rivera's 1986 prime time special, absolutely nothing else. Until now, compliments of Hotel Burnham's Capone 809 Package
Set your weird, historical prayers to "answered": Hotel Burnham's (from the Kimpton peeps) just unveiled a package giving you everything you need to immerse yourself in the Prohibition-Era's most famous gangster, starting with your stay in the "Capone" room 809 featuring preserved elements from the 20s (heavy wooden doors, quatrefoil metalwork) alongside new ones (granite bathrooms, Italian linen bedsheets, an 8-choice pillow menu), all in the exact spot that once hosted the drug-dealing activities of Capone's friend/dentist -- making it a notorious den of... novocaine. For drinks/grub, they'll hook you up at the adjacent Atwood Café with a couple gratis specialty cocktails (including the "Al Capone" with Campari, fresh orange & coconut, and vodka) and "Capone-era" apps like short ribs with horseradish creme, fried green tomatoes with lemon caper sauce, and potato wedges with white cheddar, Parmesan, and gruyere (but wait... no bathtub gingersnaps?). After the apps/drinks, they'll shuttle you off to catch a discounted performance of "Tommy Gun's Garage", an insane interactive 'speakeasy' dinner show that features flappers doing the Charleston, gangsters forcing you to sing along to selections from Cole Porter and Fats Waller, and raids from the cops complete with actual on-stage sobriety tests from "Officer Murphy", so be sure and bring that lucky penny to suck on, since that definitely works.
And if you weren't annoying enough to make small talk with by now, they'll even help book you on an Untouchables Tour so you can take in all the city's mob-related hot (and hit) spots while listening to "historically accurate accounts" of Capone and Dillinger's exploits, at least until they meet Geraldo.