A typical 1920’s prohibition-era speakeasy bar, the front of the bar is unassuming with no signage or any indication of what lies within.
You’ll have to knock on the door and hope someone lets you in which might be more likely if you know the password. If not, you can try waiting outside with no guarantee of ever actually getting in or come back later, it’s all part of the theatre.
The bar has no windows and a low-key candle-lit ambiance which adds to the speakeasy vibes. The menu is a large leather-bound book, a bible of drinks. The bartenders know their stuff with the freshest ingredients and masterful techniques.