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(during prohibition) an illegal barroom

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The new SpeakEasy Stereo System with the Google Assistant built-in allows music lovers to use voice commands for playing music "Hey Google, play jazz in the kitchen" or "What's the weather today?" or "Set the alarm for 7 a.m." or "Dim the lights." This is all done through the free Google Home app for iOS and Android.
Speakeasy issued the Units pursuant to a non-brokered private placement from treasury completed on March 8, 2019.
Founder of Speakeasy Ice Cream Jane Woodhead comments: "The response to our alcohol infused ice creams has been amazing.
"Capitalising on current trends for unusual socialising spaces which provide an experience, we believe our new speakeasy will resonate with our visitors and become a destination where people want to be seen."
The exclusive event includes live 1920s swing entertainment, a Chicago-style food stand, a huge selection of World and American gins, bourbons and American IPAs, and world famous speakeasy cocktails.
Charlotte's Speakeasy on Main Street is in the basement of Charlotte's Yogurt, which was opened by building owners John and Nick De Vito in 2014
"Michael and I were working on a business plan to open a reservation-only speakeasy in Salt Lake," said Willis.
The Rhondda speakeasy, whose location is being kept top secret for now, will house just 10 customers at a time.
On a warm October evening, in a back-alley speakeasy buried in the borough of Brooklyn, two baseball fanatics vocally and physically defended their opinions regarding the 1931 World Series.
A SECRET speakeasy bar is about to open in Birmingham - and you will need a secret password to get in.
And thus, on the eve of my 23rd birthday, I found myself in front of a microphone at a speakeasy in the holy city of Tzfat.
In an area with intense competition-one of its locations sits squarely between a Kroger and Wal-Mart-Illinois' Speakeasy Liquors is booming.
"I think, for us, it will just be rethinking our own internal definitions of what is outrageous language and finding other ways to go with the show, so to speak," Mandel told (http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2016/10/12/how-veep-is-dealing-with-the-donald-trump-fallout/) Speakeasy when asked to comment on how Trump's campaign have angered some and how there was a bit of backlash when it was revealed that the president-elect boasted about groping women.
Inspired by the American prohibition era of the 1920s and 1930s, the Slaughterhouse Speakeasy is being run by Roy Varty, a passionate mixologist who has worked at Newcastle venues such as Alvinos, dAt bAr and Bierrex, where he launched The Poison Cabinet bar.