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Head back to the days of the Prohibition at The Back Room, a Lower East Side bar rumored to be one of two New York City speakeasies that's been in operation since the '20s. Cocktails are served out of teacups and beer comes wrapped in paper bags, and a secret bookcase door completes the Prohibition feel. The slightly kitschy decor sticks to the vintage theme with velveteen furniture, wooden accents, and heavy wallpaper, making the whole place feel like a cozy salon, even if it's often packed with tourists.

The Back Room
New York

Back Room

The Back Room

Head back to the days of the Prohibition at The Back Room, a Lower East Side bar rumored to be one of two New York City speakeasies that's been in operation since the '20s. Cocktails are served out of teacups and beer comes wrapped in paper bags, and a secret bookcase door completes the Prohibition feel. The slightly kitschy decor sticks to the vintage theme with velveteen furniture, wooden accents, and heavy wallpaper, making the whole place feel like a cozy salon, even if it's often packed with tourists.