Speakeasy is the portal to Austin's Prohibition Era-themed live music venue. The upscale atmosphere and Prohibition theme offer something new and different to the Austin music scene. We offer three levels of fun and four spaces great for private events, holiday parties, happy hours, and every occasion. Speakeasy offers two vintage bowling lanes on our second floor that overlooks the main stage.
Perhaps it's the lush surroundings that inspire the clientele to put an extra polish on their attire. Get into the Speakeasy spirit. Dress up, jazz up a little. You'll feel as though you fit right in to the 1920's decor.Inside, the decor is plush and beautiful. You'll fall in love with the antique tables on the mezzanine and the claw footed, red-felted pool table in back. Or climb the stairs to Terrace 59, where you can take in a spectacular view of the downtown skyline or an awe-inspiring sunset vista to the west.
Check out the specialty drinks menu for some refreshing new libations, or order a classic. The bar is huge, but cozy, with comfortable stools and rows of shining liquor bottles. Or choose a table by the stage to get a close-up view of the evening's featured musicians.
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