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Check Out Atlanta’s Swankiest Speakeasy ‘Red Phone Booth’

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Check Out Atlanta’s Swankiest Speakeasy ‘Red Phone Booth’

Red Phone Booth is Atlanta’s best kept secret, with incredible cocktails and old school aesthetics.

Sometimes secrecy is the key to an incredible bar. Go back in time to the 1920s, at this stunning cocktail and cigar lounge called Red Phone Booth. The exclusive bar has a distinctively unique entrance, and walking in always feels like magic. It’s definitely one of Atlanta’s hottest speakeasies.

Many are completely oblivious to the iconic British telephone box nestled in Downtown Atlanta. But if you know the everchanging secret code, then the back of the box swings open into a vintage haven that cocktail lovers will adore.

Red Phone Booth  is a prohibition experience featuring an exclusive cigar program and a turn of the century craft cocktail selection. The bartenders have an extensive list of classic and contemporary cocktails under their belt. Alongside their hottest drink which is their institutional Old Fashioned.

For guests wanting to enjoy a bite, small plates are available to order. Including fresh seafood, carpaccio, Neapolitan pizza and house made desserts.

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The business has recently expanded. RPB opened their Buckhead location on Friday, August 13, taking over the former Gordon Biersch space on Peachtree Road. There are also intentions to expand nationwide, with the undisclosed locations being announced very soon.

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Due to the coronavirus, Red Phone Booth installed a state-of-the-art air-purification system. Their Buckhead location will also be larger so more people can enjoy this unique experience while being able to stick to the ever-changing regulations.

If you’re interested then make sure you head downtown (or to Buckhead soon) to crack the code. For more information, check out their website.

See also: Travel Back In Time At This Gorgeous, 1920’s Inspired Speakeasy In Atlanta

Featured Image: @rpbatlanta via Instagram