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Cool ass idea: 7 hidden bars

Located in some of the most unexpected locations you can find a good portion of the world's most fascinating bars.  They can be found in backrooms of hotels, coffee shops, clubs or even cigar shops.

These watering holes are set up to be found by adventurous individuals who are looking to relive some of the most charming aspects of Prohibition America.

These 7 bars around the world may be hidden from plain view, but are meant to be found and enjoyed.

1. Bank Bar - Philippines

You usually go to a 7-Eleven to get a Slurpee or Big Gulp when you are thirsty.  There's a 7-Eleven in the Philippines that offers more than those two popular drinks.  There's a shrouded passageway in the extra space that has an incredible drinking nook.

This clandestine space is called the Bank Bar  Here you can get some of the best and varied mixed drinks in Manila.  They also offer small bites from crispy truffle French fries to salted egg yolk rock shrimp tempura and ox blended cheeseburger sliders.

Bank Bar
Inside Bank Bar. Handout photo

2. Can You Keep a Secret - Australia

All secrets aren't meant to be kept. This vintage bar boutique in Brisbane, Australia, let you enjoy vintage items while enjoying a drink. There's a selection of small-batch wines, spirits, and craft beers to choose from while being entertained by live bands and DJs throughout the entire evening.  Plus, how cool is this name?

Can You Keep a Secret - Australia
Can You Keep a Secret - Australia

3. Gyu Bar - Niseko, Japan

To discover Gyu Bar, in Niseko, Japan, search for a minor, red cooler entryway staying up from a snowbank to enter. The bar is otherwise called the Fridge Door, because of its area, and is eminent for its uncommon Japanese bourbon choices. 

Inside, delicate lighting offers a warm environment as you glance through beverage menus loaded up with written by hand messages, and hand-drawn maps and representations.

Gyu Bar - Niseko, Japan
Gyu Bar - Niseko, Japan

4. Jules Basement

This speakeasy sits underneath of an unassuming taco spot in Mexico City's Polaco neighborhood. Search for a cooler entryway and advance past a lot of drapes to enter. Inside, you'll locate a restless structure that incorporates glass show tables with monster white skulls underneath. Alongside a variety of stimulation, from DJs to jazz exhibitions, there's a broad beverage determination from mezcal and champagne to single malts and cognacs.

Jules Basement
Jules Basement

5. The Green Door - Germany

If a groovy time is what you're looking for in Berlin, keep your eyes stripped for the Green Door, which sits behind an anonymous green entryway in Schöneberg. Ring the doorbell and you'll be escorted inside, where the 1970s topic incorporates plaid backdrops, pincushion sofas, and varied phone lights.

The Green Door - Germany
The Green Door - Germany

6. Panda and Sons - Scotland

You may effortlessly stroll past Panda and Sons, which is veiled as an old-school hair salon on Queen Street, in Edinburgh, Scotland. The passageway to the bar is behind a phony shelf that opens once you draw down on a book. Beverages are fun loving, similar to the Tiki Takeaway, made with Bacardi Carta Blanca Rum, almond syrup, soy sauce, lime squeeze, and unpleasant lemon, and served in a Chinese takeout box.

Panda and Sons
Panda and Sons

7. Safe House - Milwaukee 

This covert operative themed space in Milwaukee takes deciphering the code to the following dimension, as guests are welcome to find its unassuming passage with a plain ringer and give the mystery secret word. In the event that you can't make sense of the mystery secret key, you can likewise take an assortment of fun freedom tests to enter. 

The bar is spread into various universal parts and is loaded up with curios that incorporate a cell entryway from a KGB jail and spy-related memorabilia. In case you're praising a birthday, try to request the cross-examination room.

Safe House - Milwaukee
Safe House - Milwaukee

We've barely begun to scratch the surface of how many hidden bars there are around the world.  Stay tuned for more secret speakeasies that are waiting to be discovered.

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