Masters of Disguise:Best Hidden Bars and Restaurants in New York City

Masters of Disguise:Best Hidden Bars and Restaurants in New York City

2017-03-24


Entrance to Freemans


You may have walked past these store fronts and entry ways many times, and not even realized that you could’ve gone in for a drink or a yummy meal. Some of these masters of disguise are speakeasy holdovers from the prohibition era, when false fronts were necessary to elude the authorities. Others are modern creations by their whimsical owners. Here’s a list of well camouflaged bars and restaurants for that unique night out.


The Back Room
102 Norfolk St, Manhattan
b/t Delancey St & Rivington St
Lower East Side


The Back Room is an actual speakeasy from the Prohibition era, owned by notorious gangsters Lucky Luciano and Meyer Lansky. It is located behind a graffiti covered alley, marked by the Lower East Side Toy Company sign on the street.




Cocktails with plenty of kick are served in teacups; beers are wrapped in brown bags. 


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