10 Hidden Bars You Need To Visit

We found some hidden bars throughout the U.S that you need to visit during your travels. Many of these bars are in places you would never suspect and bring you back to the prohibition era.

1. Bathtub Gin & Co – Seattle, Washington

Nestled in the basement of an old hotel, is a quaint cocktail bar that was built in 2009. It was once the boiler room for the hotel but was remodeled into a secret bar. It is a multi-level lounge with a small bar upstairs, stocked with spirits from around the world.

 

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Where to Find It:

2205 2ND AVENUESEATTLE, WA 98121

IN BELLTOWN / GIN ALLEY
Between 1st & 2nd,
50 ft. North of Blanchard St.
Look for the wooden door

2. Ciro’s Speakeasy & Supper Club – Tampa, FL

Ciro’s is a hidden gem located in sunny Tampa, Florida that serves up hand crafted cocktails that stay true to the Prohibition Era. The executive chef prepares a variety of entrees such as Braised Lamb, Steak, and Chicken & Waffles, that will compliment the flavors of your cocktail.

Where to Find It: Located inside the historic Bayshore Royal Building on the corner of Howard Avenue and Bayshore Boulevard.

3.The Drifter – Chicago, Illinois

This bar gives off a mysterious and almost mystic vibe. It is hidden within the Green Door Tavern in Chicago, Illinois. The drink menu changes everyday so be prepared to try something new!

Unique Acts

They host a variety of unique acts that range from burlesque performances to sword swallowing. 😮

Where to Find It:

676 N Orleans St
Chicago, IL 60654
Hidden within the Green Door Tavern.

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