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Hello fellow adventurers, enthusiasts, and discreet guests,

Have you ventured far and wide to find your travels lacking an air of mystery? Perhaps uncovering some of the world’s best kept secrets of luxury, liquor, and mystique will whet your appetite. Here at Hidden Libations we divulge information that could send you on a scavenger hunt for secret drinking establishments that are hard to find but well worth it when you do. So sit back, grab an old fashioned, and journey through time to the age of prohibition as we discover the underground world of Hidden Libations.

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Your Private Libation Investigators (PLIs)

Los Altos Authentic Miami Speakeasy

Finally a Miami hidden bar that oozes authenticity, class, and just the right amount of flair. Los Altos authentic Miami Speakeasy is a great stop when you want to avoid the club hype on South Beach.

Bodega Grungy Hidden Miami Speakeasy

Oh Miami, you were just not our cup of tea unfortunately. We really had been looking forward to was Bodega Taqueria y Tequila. The front part of the restaurant was awesome, Bodega Grungy Hidden Miami Speakeasy through the hidden entrance, not so much.

Slippbarinn | Hip Reykjavik Bar

While not exactly hidden, this hip Reykjavik bar with amazing food and original craft cocktails was the last drinking stop of our Iceland trip.

Pablo Discobar | Reykjavik’s Retro Hidden Bar

For a fun and quirky time, with great 80s music, and shining lights, don’t miss out on Pablo Discobar, Reykjavik’s Retro Hidden Bar. This slightly hidden bar up on the third floor of Burro restaurant in Reykjavík Iceland, has all the charm and spunk one could need in a night.

Dutch Kills | NYC Speakeasy

When you locate Dutch Kills in Long Island City, it will not look like you’d expect. There is a little neon “bar” sign outside of a grubby dive bar looking wall. If the sign is on you can go on in and find a completely different atmosphere inside.

NYC Joints that Missed the Mark

For a city that has such a vast list of secret drinking dens, they can’t all be high brow. We have so many speakeasies picked to visit each trip to New York that we’ve had to become quite selective with where to stay and spend at least $17 a cocktail.

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