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The restaurant even has a speakeasy of its own, Elbow Lane, where the New American menu streamlines to pizzas and small plates, and a two-lane bowling alley can be reserved in advance.
Within weeks of opening, cocktail lovers began flocking to the speakeasy, marked only by an ever-changing mural on the facade and a single yellow lightbulb — and, soon, a line down the block.
Plans include a German beer hall, a speakeasy and a third restaurant not yet ready to be identified.
Both of us loved Hollywood films about speakeasy bad guys and cops smashing beer barrels and whiskey bottles in the streets.
The swanky new decor is spot-on, more stylish vigor than the speakeasy verboten of the past.
The stage is set to be in something of an underground speakeasy with Keys and Usher alternating on vocals and playing coy in their choreography.
Designed to resemble a Cuban speakeasy at the dawn of the Prohibition era, Havana 1920 opened on Oct. 7 in the Gaslamp Quarter.
Or go back in time at the famous Zlatna Ribica, a 1920s-inspired speakeasy with a vaguely 1970s vibe.
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