Apothecaries, bluesy Prohibition-era speakeasies, '40s dance halls, '70s lounges, '60's iconic pool bars and arcades are just some of the themes at our new favorite watering holes. Get transported back in time at Miami's best new bars.
Enjoying a drink inside The Copper Lounge inside Union Station (Denver, Colorado) with my mom. This place is similar to a prohibition lounge of the 1930’s and is modeled from ones aristocrats and movie stars once frequented. Read more about Denver's tourism boom here. http://catchcarri.com/denvers-newest-hotels-crawford-hotel-renaissance-hotel/
Situated in a building near the Pacific Ocean in Venice, California, the Del Monte Speakeasy has been serving booze (legally or illegally, depending on the year) since 1915. During the Prohibition era, the bar (which is still underground) was located below a grocery store.
The Next Door Lounge: (Highland & Fountain) A Speakeasy w/ all the pretense but none of the snobbery. Vegan options, classy, and live music. 'Came on a weeknight & <3'd the young crowd w/out the Hollywood shallowness. Waitresses really need a new get-up, tho. Blood red flapper dresses? Feather headbands? Management, please.