During Prohibition, underground bars became known as speakeasies because thesauruses were the only legal tender. Hearken back to a more erudite era with todays Groupon: for $10, you get a month of free cover for two at Speakeasy for the month of August (a $100 value).
Open seven days a week and occupying three floors of the warehouse districts historic Kreisel Building, Speakeasy enlivens eardrums and buoys boogies with nightly live music and dancing. Augusts musical calendar fills weekend jams with acts including local funk-soul adventurers Dysfunkshun Junkshun and Sunday night sessions with guitar wizard Adam Rogers, who has picked with legends such as Paul Simon and Norah Jones. Wednesday evenings roll out vivacious versions of familiar tunes by The Jukebox Heroes, and Tuesday night salsa lessons unleash pent-up torrents of Latin rhythm. Toes tap at the main floors tile bar next to the stage, or unload the body's weight onto the mezzanine areas cushy seats. A Roaring Twenties atmosphere suffuses both levels with the authenticity of low lighting, rich wood accents, and an owl perched above the main floor bar, a Prohibition-era symbol of proximate potables.
Exactly 59 steps above the mezzanine, under star-flecked skies, the popular Terrace59 presents an outdoor oasis equipped with its own full-service bar, music, and palm trees. Sweeping views of downtown encompass the rooftop, enabling revelers to point out the locations of not-as-fun bars across the city.
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