Travel back in time to roaring 1920s and experience a bar loved by those who lived in the Jazz Age. The Back Room was once located in the underbelly of New York City and is one of the last standing examples of a prohibition bar, still in existence today. Concealed by a secret entrance, the faux façade of The Lower East Side Toy company and through a back alley, you won’t be disappointed once you’re inside.
You’ll find plenty of clues that you were in once an illicit bar, cocktails are served in tea cups and bottles of beer come wrapped in paper bags and there’s even a sliding bookcase hiding another secret room.
The bar has a very colourful history, past patrons included gangsters and mobsters. Nowadays, the bar attracts the trendy New York scene and celebrities.