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This speakeasy is located below Schapiro's, a New American eatery with a Jewish twist. You have to go down a set of stairs to a basement to get to the bar, but once you're inside you'll see this is the perfect date spot. Intimate, provocative, and dark. Nitecap offers over 20 pages of drinks - try the Moon Suit or the Tartan Swizzle - and relax while reading their funny guides strewn about the bar.  Nitecap, 120 Rivington St

This speakeasy is located below Schapiro's, a New American eatery with a Jewish twist. You have to go down a set of stairs to a basement to get to the bar, but once you're inside you'll see this is the perfect date spot. Intimate, provocative, and dark. Nitecap offers over 20 pages of drinks - try the Moon Suit or the Tartan Swizzle - and relax while reading their funny guides strewn about the bar. Nitecap, 120 Rivington St

The Best Speakeasy-style Bars in New York Nowhere does Prohibition-era glamour better than New York. As Baz Luhrmann's glittering adaptation of The Great Gatsby hits cinemas, we pick the best bars in the city for cocktails and a slice of Jazz-age cool. Flapper dresses and fedoras optional

The best speakeasy-style bars in New York

The Best Speakeasy-style Bars in New York Nowhere does Prohibition-era glamour better than New York. As Baz Luhrmann's glittering adaptation of The Great Gatsby hits cinemas, we pick the best bars in the city for cocktails and a slice of Jazz-age cool. Flapper dresses and fedoras optional

Grungy rock’n’roll mixed with some easy jazz is both the sound and the look here, with nods to 1920s New York not only in the name, but in the Moooi Rabbit Lamp bases used as pendants in the bar – a reference to the Irish-American street gang The Dead Rabbits...

Johannesburg speakeasy Hell's Kitchen summons the devilish glamour of 1920s New York...

Grungy rock’n’roll mixed with some easy jazz is both the sound and the look here, with nods to 1920s New York not only in the name, but in the Moooi Rabbit Lamp bases used as pendants in the bar – a reference to the Irish-American street gang The Dead Rabbits...

Cotton Club: The Cotton Club, pictured, was a famous jazz music night club located in Harlem, New York City, and operated from 1923 to 1940

Inside the speakeasies of the 1920s: The hidden drinking spots that transformed New York City's night life during the prohibition era and beyond

Cotton Club: The Cotton Club, pictured, was a famous jazz music night club located in Harlem, New York City, and operated from 1923 to 1940

NYC.  Greenwich Village. | The Guardian

Top 10 cool hangouts in New York's Greenwich Village

A smokey jazz bar somewhere, does it really get any better than this?

A smokey jazz bar somewhere, does it really get any better than this?

Program for First-Ever New York Jazz Festival (1956) Line up included: Billie Holiday, Count Bassie, Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan, Joe Williams, Erroll Garner, Gene Krupa, and Coleman Hawkins.

Program for First-Ever New York Jazz Festival (1956) Line up included: Billie Holiday, Count Bassie, Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan, Joe Williams, Erroll Garner, Gene Krupa, and Coleman Hawkins.

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