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When Are All the Prohibition-Era Bar Names Going to Get Used Up, Already?
A glossary of bars with speakeasy-type names.
Of Course There Is a Speakcheesy Beneath Howl at the Moon
Down Ultra Lounge features white leather booths and two DJs.
Turns Trend-Spotting Eagle Eye to Speakeasies
The paper has published enough tardy trend stories for its tardiness to be its own trend story.
Speakcheesies Still Popular; Restaurant Crime Wave in Park Slope
Plus: The Hold Steady shill for ‘Top Chef Masters,’ and money troubles for Webster Hall, all in our morning news roundup.
the Depression-Era-Interiors Thing
The guys behind the distressed surfaces at Freemans, Beatrice Inn, and Smith & Mills would like you to stop copying them.
In Which We Declare the Raines Law Room a Speakcheesy
Plus, whispers that Woodson and Ford may soon open.
Speakeasy Alert: Secret Bar Has Actually Been Kept Secret
Woodson and Ford is accessible via password that’s received via text message.
Ella Is Now Serving Mildred Pierces and Baby Janes
The latest twenties ‘piano bar’ is open, and we have the drinks list.