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A speakeasy, also called a blind pig or blind tiger, is an illicit establishment that sells alcoholic beverages, or a retro style bar that replicates aspects of historical speakeasies.


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Address: 548 Fifth St, San Diego

Parking: Street parking

Phone: 619-501-1919


Upon spotting their covert entrance, you’ll venture into our exclusive venue and into a haven of 1920s atmosphere, masterfully-crafted cocktails and stylized live music. Here at the original San Diego speakeasy bar, Prohibition, they go unseen by most people in our underground, secret bar. It is an ideal venue for those who do not simply desire to read or watch films about the Great Gatsby lifestyle; they’d rather live it.

Whether escaping daily life on a weekday evening or celebrating a milestone such as a birthday, business events, bachelor party or bachelorette party, you are sure to have a cultivated, classic experience at San Diego’s secret bar – open Tuesday through Sunday nights.

Just remember, after descending into this hidden nightlife scene, one must be ready to be immersed in a truly sensory experience.

This chic, secret bar tends to fill up with fellow drink and music enthusiasts quite quickly, especially on Fridays and Saturdays. To make sure you’re one of the lucky ones to experience this debonair San Diego bar, they recommend coming before 9 pm on Fridays and Saturdays if you have a group of 6 or more.

How to get inside: Eddie O’Hare’s law office on Fifth Avenue has a clandestine entrance. Look for the door to Eddie O’Hare’s Law Office. Once you find it, good sir or ma’am, we’ll flip the light switch on for you and send you down


No reservations. No call aheads. It’s simply about showing up, spotting our unassuming Law Office door and seeing where this underground venue of the San Diego nightlife scene will take you.

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