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So, take the information below, memorize it, and share it as loudly as you want. How to get in : Walk straight in and keep going until you get to what looks like a walk-in cooler, open it, walk past the wine cellar, down the hallway, and start soaking up the atmosphere as well as the cocktails. The bartenders are always as well-dressed as are their bevvies and the venue itself, with its hand-painted backlit ceiling, honey onyx bar, and restored brick floors. How to get in : Find somebody who knows the phone , or try hitting Amalfi first and tipping your bartender. The owners of Speakeasy also run Bone Lick BBQ, which means you can get smoked wings and other great meat madness to layer your stomach with before walking through the bookshelf door leading to the hidden bar.
It sits just above The Music Room, which is usually a bit noisier with DJs spinning dance tunes all night, so Speakeasy is an ideal spot if you need to get away from the loudness and grab a classier cocktail. Get there between 7 p. How to get in : Walk into Bone Lick, past the bar, hang a left near the kitchen and look at the bookshelf.
Pull the wooden frame; it swings open to the right. Expect an industry crowd early in the week, where other bartenders and service staff get their drinks even more low-priced than you, but that only makes the conversations that much more colorful. How to get in : Go down and around the back of the restaurant to a graffiti-paint-dripped gray door. How to get in : Walk down the side of T. Knock, and ye shall be received. Not much else changed. Drinking is definitely throwback-fancy -- ask for a Roosevelt espresso liqueur, small-batch bourbon, velvet falernum, chocolate bitters, lemon and egg white , or the timeless gin and Green Chartreuse Last Word.
How to get in: Walk in Rev and head to the back-right side of the room. Go there. It le to your happy place. Pick a cigar from the huge humidor room to smoke, and listen to a live pianist or cellist while you drink and experience great secret service. Find a way to get that done, then go outside and to the back, and look for a big dude with a list, near a door. BBP keeps a great, rare ml cask beer situation, and hosts a ton of events that make it not as stuffy as other local speakeasy-esque ts read: Argo-Skee, date night comedy shows, weekly all-vinyl DJ parties, and more.
The bad news? How to get in : B-line it through Argosy, straight to the back, after 8pm, Wednesday-Saturday only. The dark-bricked hideaway has large paintings between wraparound booths with arched entrances, and the mirror-backed, glowing marble bar is perfect for leaning against -- which helps as leaning and drinking do kinda go together. Or walk the red-lit corridor. You have to be referred. Are there frills?
Hell no! Hell yes! And darts. How to get in: Walk past Churchill's super-divey main bar, and down that uninviting staircase near the bathrooms. This and-up venue sells itself for private events but is also a good place to be on Thursday nights, where members and folks who are privy to its location come through to mingle and dance without the fratty aftertaste of other Buckhead spots.
How to get in : Look for a private wood porch after 9 p. It le to an unmarked door. And while membership is free, it requires invitation. Hours are Thursday to Saturday, 7 p. Rumor has it that Robert Downey Jr. How to get in : Be invited. Edgewood Speakeasy Old 4th Ward The owners of Speakeasy also run Bone Lick BBQ, which means you can get smoked wings and other great meat madness to layer your stomach with before walking through the bookshelf door leading to the hidden bar.
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