This restaurant is 1920s gangster themed
I like it but I don’t understand why the spaghetti and meatballs is called “machine gun linguine”
On a similar, but largely unrelated, note:
There is a bar/restaurant in Milwaukee, my kindofhometown, called The Safehouse.
It is spy themed.
There are three entrances, and only one of them is officially listed while a different one is the only obvious exit.
The one that is officially listed is in a building marked “International Exports LTD.”, and you get there by going into an alleyway. Once there, you are asked to give a password. If you know the password, you get to enter. If you don’t, you have to do something silly, which is then caught on cameras and broadcast on CCTV into the bar.
The one that is an exit is a phone booth. You need a quarter to pass through whichever door you open from the inside. The website does not list this entrance/exit.
Another one is a bar stool in a completely separate bar. I don’t know what bar it is. A cursory Google search wan’t even tell you this. You sit in a certain stool, a wall slides open, and you can enter. I’m not sure if the stool itself moves, but I think it might.
fuck this sounds awesome
way cooler than the speakeasy i tried to get into in Wilmington
i didn’t know the password and they wouldn’t let me in :(
I am reblogging this because I am going back there tonight! Unfortunately, I still don’t know the secret bar stool entrance and I cannot find out. I guess I’ll just have to go through the unmarked building in the back alley like everyone else.