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Donate to Cleveland Scene. Many years ago, this was a little-known entrance to the soaring, skylit Arcade. It's doubtful, however, that any white-gloved society ladies ventured through this sooty alley on their way to afternoon shopping.
The elevator that once occupied this shaft didn't stop on any of the five floors of the Arcade, nor to either of the towers on its flanks. It traveled instead to a hidden two-story space between the Arcade and the Euclid tower.
For what purpose? Something like a speakeasy. Speakeasies were common in Cleveland during Prohibition. From toboats filled with fine liquor arrived regularly from Canada. In the winter, it was transported over the frozen lake by car. The Cleveland Press estimated that 30, people were peddling liquor here insupplied by illegal imports and a thousand local stills.
An estimatedresidents drank regularly in their homes. Others violated the ban in hidden bars, where they sometimes broke the prostitution laws too. In a column titled "Speakeasy -- Product of Noble Experiment," Press reporter Louis Clifford described a typical speakeasy scene: "Always smoky, always a mixed odor of beer, whiskey, gin, and either. Sometimes with stale cheese. Always a radio. The beer mugs with two-inch bottoms and three-quarter-inch sides. Always someone laughing.
Sometimes someone crying. According to The Plain Dealerthe largest area for "speak tours" was located between Carnegie and Lexington avenues and East 55th and 79th streets. A shot of blended whiskey cost a dime. Beer was fifteen cents a quart and mixed drinks no more than a quarter. The spirits at an Arcade speakeasy would have been pricier. That's because the more exclusive "speaks," well-known to hip cabbies of the day, were located mostly along Euclid Avenue.We specialize in all things fun, nerdy, nostalgic.
Come see what's behind the freezer door! How do we play games? Each game ranges between tokens. Tokens can be purchased from any server or bartender with cash or card and can be put on your tab with your drinks and food! Can we reserve a table? Table service operates on a first come, first serve basis.
Once you're in the arcade, let us know you're looking to be sat at a table and we'll do our best to accommodate your party. Food and drinks can also be ordered at the bar and drink rails! Are kids allowed? Is there parking? We do not have a parking lot.
There is metered parking along Mass Ave and the surrounding side streets and a garage located nearby on Green Street. No outside food or beverages allowed! However, if you let us know you're celebrating a birthday we will do something special for your birthday guest. Is A4cade wheelchair accessible?
We're located on the first floor and also have an ADA accessible portion of our bar. First Name Last Name Email. Submit Please check errors in the form above. Thank you for signing up for email updates!Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. The Old Arcade is accessible only by walking through Caffe Martier, in an older part of the historic building. As such, that space remains relatively untouched from its early days, a bar that operated through Prohibition, when thirsty patrons bellied up for drinks via secret entries and passageways.
The new Old Arcade is, of course, a modern interpretation of the original establishment, a place where you can order a cocktail in a distinctly private and intimate setting. The original wood-carved bar still stands. To keep the authentic vibe strong, Kamholtz says patronage will be capped at 65 people, and reservations will be required on busy nights. Entry might even require a secret password, and Kamholtz is considering a members-only club for early access to special events and other privileges.
Though the official grand opening is December 5 National Prohibition Repeal Daylike a true speakeasy, the Old Arcade is already quietly open and ready to serve you. Selections begin with "Arcade Games," a dozen classic cocktails presented with a "twist.
Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling South Florida's stories with no paywalls. Serra's current seasonal lineup includes house-made cider, shrubs, and old-world-style infusions like citrus nectar. A short list features five drinks like the Pecant Be Serious, a pecan-infused Monkey Shoulder Batch 27 blended Scotch blended with butternut squash, nutmeg, and Licor 43 a Spanish liqueur made from Mediterranean citrus fruits, herbs, and spices.
The Old Arcade is located at E. Atlantic Ave. The bar is open Thursday through Saturday from 9 p. The official grand opening will take place December 5.
Support Our Journalism. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.Refreshing lemon gelato made with lemons from Sicily, swirled together with Limoncello sauce. Five layers of dark, moist chocolate cake sandwiched with the silkiest smooth chocolate filling and finished with elegant dark chocolate ganache.
Custard gelato swirled with chocolate and pistachio gelato topped with praline pistachios. Creamy cheesecake swirled with imported seedless raspberry and pieces of white chocolate baked on a chocolate crumb. Finished with whipped cream and white chocolate shavings. Everything was great, the staffthe cleanliness and the food! We love the flat breads. Lots to see once inside.
A nice night out for prime rib special, was a let down. The food was moderately warm, waitress was forgetful, she won't find a job as we approach major recession Drinks way over priced. Sam the dance man? Retro looking restaurant with excellent Sunday Dinner. A perfect location to go to before the theater downstairs.
Dining before attending concert as we usually do As always, the food was excellent. If not for another server, we would have missed start of show as our server dashed around from table to table without checking with us. Not sure if she was a new server or just overwhelmed by number of customers she had to serve.
We were at table Italian food was outstanding. Surroundings and decor also very good. Fun atmosphere! Definitely would return. Such a great place, especially before a show! Food was outstanding but its a limited menu that doesn't change often. Everybody was friendly and welcoming. Service was great, food was great, atmosphere was amazing. I would recommend trying them out if you are in the area. Brittany took care of my and my friends.
Her personality and spunk made our time there amazing.Any seat is a good seat to see the show. The staff are freindly to the ticket holders and are great So imaginative! Makes you want to dress in the period. The waiters and waitresses are dressed like flappers. You go up in a quiet elevator and go through a secret door in a bookcase to get to the room.
The room is filled with small tables and chairs, a few velvet couches and a stage. We didn't have dinner, but the menu looks great. The drinks were fun, and the deserts were delightful. Service was excellent.
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The proprietor was dressed appropriately and greeted the guest during intermission; moving from table to table. We will go back and we will eat dinner! Awesome concert especially if you are from the Chicago area.
The groups took you back to younger days. If you get a chance well worth cost. You won't be disappointed!! This is a great venue for entertainment.
They have a great lineup coming in the future. I love the old time feel of this theater. As such, the seats are a bit worn and some parts look better than others but the small venue ambiance is a good one. I saw Masters of Illusion there a few months back. It was pretty good for a magic show.
The staff are friendly and welcoming. I'm going back for Anthrax next month and I'm looking forward to it. There's no better place to catch a classic rock band! The price is right and the smaller venue means there really isn't a bad seat in the house!
Ron has created a great mix of entertainment options that cater to everyone's tastes! I have been to the Arcada many, many times and have always enjoyed myself. This theater is 90 years old and the owner, Ron Onesti has put a lot of resources into bringing it back and making it a great experience for everyone, young and old.
I highly recommend going here to see any of the groups that are booked My wife and I went to see Journeyman, an Eric Clapton tribute. The band was great and the venue was absolutely outstanding. Ron Onesti was in the crowd speaking with everyone shaking hands as well. Very cool theater.Best Bars in NYC - Rooftop bars, speakeasies, pool bars, and more
We also allowed to take a tour of a new prohibition era speakeasy they're opening on the 2nd floor. Very fun evening. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.You have never been to a speakeasy. Unless you have a year-old friend or relative, no one you know has ever been to a speakeasy. And, unless the liquor laws in New York City take a dramatic turn toward the puritanical, you will never go to a speakeasy. Alcohol is legal. You have been to speakeasy- themed bars.
You have been to the adult equivalent of the Rainforest Cafe. These bars are not hidden. They all have a web presence, a permanent brick-and-mortar location, and, most importantly, a liquor license. None of this is anything to be ashamed of.
Prohibitionthe nasty era from which speakeasies sprung, was a terrible moment in time. Themes are nice and good. Categories are useful. When planning a night out, it helps to know whether you should prepare for a dive barcocktail spotrooftop loungesingles jointdance hallsports denor pseudo-speakeasy. And, although the following bars are not speakeasies, they all share many qualities -- modestly obscured entrances, a paucity of signage, vaguely antiquated decor, novelty ice cubes, and old-fashioned cocktails -- that make them the best speakeasy facsimiles in NYC.
Now put on your fedora, get in the Model T, and have a blast in the past.
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The cocktails and ambiance are too divine to keep to yourself, anyway. Many venues inhabiting the pseudo-speakeasy space do so by virtue of what they do not have. Attaboy does not have a reservations ledger, obvious signage, a happy hour, or a menu.
Toast to your patience with libations crafted to your specifications in quintessential throwback environs. Inside, tasseled lamp shades, damask-patterned booths, and occasional burlesque shows create a cartoonish Jazz Age aesthetic. Don your flapper garb, order a martini, and take a damn selfie in the bathtub that anchors the space, just like they did in olden times.
After Dutch Kills was absorbed into the mainstream, and The Last Word shed its faux-hardware store facade, Astoria was left with a semi-secret-bar void.
Everyone has a type. Some of us are seduced by an effortlessly cool incidental sexiness, and others are attracted to more obvious charms. The cocktail menu, too, skews ornate, the pisco-based New York to Lima boast six ingredientsbut bartenders are equally adept at shaking up the basics.