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Speakeasys in the city or North Shore?

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Speakeasys in the city or North Shore?

archiegirl0625 | Apr 23, 2014 06:48 PM

I know this discussion has been done before, sort of, because I've read the boards looking for an answer. Please forgive me if I just haven't stumbled on the right thread yet.

I'd love to have my birthday (end of June) at a speakeasy. I'm not looking for the kind of place where the cocktails are exquisitely executed and drinks cost $19 apiece-- I want a place with the cosy, secretive atmosphere of a traditional speakeasy. Good drinks and good food are necessary, of course, but I'm more interested in the atmosphere.

Ideally, the place I find would have a "joe-sent-me" type feel, complete with little or no signage, a password, art deco interiors.

I've looked at Drink, Alibi, Lucky's, Saloon, Bostonia Public House, JM Curley, Russell House Tavern, Trina's Starlite Lounge, basically every place I came across on here, on Google, at the Globe, etc., and nothing really seems to fit what I'm looking for. I know these exist (think NYC: Bathtub Gin, Apotheke, Raines!) but I haven't learned of any here.

Any suggestions would be a great help. I'm totally willing to have my friends come to Boston or Cambridge, but anything on the North Shore is great too, if any exist. Thanks!

Drink,
Alibi,
Lucky,
Lucky's Lounge,
Saloon,
Bostonia Public House,
jm Curley,
Russell House Tavern,
Trina's Starlite Lounge
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