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A Bar So Hidden We Dare Not Speak Its Name

A Bar So Hidden We Dare Not Speak Its Name

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The secret’s out about the Cabin Down Below, but Grub Street has caught wind of an even newer unmarked drink den tucked under the wing of a fast-food joint. This one is flying so under the radar that we can’t share many details just now. But allow us to set the scene.

You walk into a downtown burrito joint. On the surface, it looks like any other guac-slinging operation. But to your left is a mysterious flight of stairs. Head up them and open the unmarked door that seems to be only for employees, and you’ll be inside a low-ceilinged room awash in a sexy blue hue. There are U-booths in the back, à la PDT or Milk & Honey. Toward the front, two-tops across from a marble bar. The official word is that the hidden spot has yet to snag a liquor license, but, ahem, we were up there last night, weren’t we? Stay tuned as this mystery unfolds like a rogue tortilla …

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