Speakeasy: An illicit bar selling bootleg liquor during the 1920's/early 1930's period of prohibition in the United States. The term comes from a patron's manner of ordering alcohol without raising suspicion. Bartenders would tell patrons to be quiet and "speak easy".
Thaxton Speakeasy is a modern day, downtown, underground lounge. Located in the lower level of the historic Thaxton Building, Speakeasy is also Saint Louis' only password protected nightspot. The Art Deco elegance and seriously swanky vibe, are sure to keep you coming back for more. You might say we are the cat's meow, bee's knees, caterpillar's kimono, eel's hips…you get the point Jack?
Put on your glad rags and visit us Thursday nights for the full Prohibition era experience. Moonshine and live music, from Miss Jubilee, keep the mood cool and the jazz HOT! Not quite hip to the jive? Don't worry Daddy, you can catch a few free swing lesson too.
But wait!! Make sure you are in the know before you come down! This juice joint is not open on the regular. Speakeasy is only open when we are not privately booked, see. For a list of public and private happenings be sure to check our EVENTS tab. Pssst…you can get the weekly password there too. You will find it most helpful when you meet Mad Dog in the alley.
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