Speakeasy bars are popping up all over the place as people continue to look for hidden gems in their cities and around the world; yet the Flask manages to stand out even from the more revered lounges. It is a speakeasy bar that is found behind a normal yet beautifully designed sandwich shop, The Press.
Of course it is not readily evident that there is more to the initial restaurant. People will have to channel their inner Pevensie character from 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' to figure out the entrance to the speakeasy bar. It lies well hidden behind a vintage Coca-Cola vending machine. Boasting a contemporary design, it is described as the "Hyde to The Press’s Jekyll," by Hypebeast.
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