Prohibition was repealed 81 years ago today, but some of America's hidden speakeasies are still around.
The secret watering holes haven't changed much, from the passwords required on entry to the caliber of handcrafted cocktails served.
We dug up the hottest and most exclusive speakeasies in the US, and even gave away their addresses. Let's keep this one on the DL.
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The Chapter Room
5600 Roswell Rd., Sandy Springs
Join the Brewniversity craft beer loyalty club to gain access to this modern-day speakeasy in the basement of the Taco Mac, which puts a large emphasis on craft beer. The Chapter Room maintains no fewer than 18 different kinds on draft at a time, as well as many others in bottles. Cozy up to Bobb, the bar's "overseer," and you may also have access to the rare and limited edition beers in his secret stash.
313 E. 6th St.
Midnight Cowboy was formerly a massage parlor, and it still sports the original "Midnight Cowboy Modeling Oriental Massage" sign out front. Reservations are required, and when you get there you're free to enjoy classic and creative cocktails, as long as you leave all your mobile devices behind — they have no place at this lounge.
The Owl Bar
1 E. Chase St.
The historic Hotel Belvedere is the resting place of the Owl Bar, which has been serving fancy mixed drinks, beer, and wine for more than 100 years. The bar served as the stomping grounds for numerous famous and non-famous Baltimore natives and remained unnamed until after Prohibition. The Owl Bar also has an exquisite food menu, including weekend brunch.
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