The Harrison SpeakeasyBuenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina may be known for its big, bold reds, but expertly crafted cocktails are on the rise, and the best are hiding in Buenos Aires. It will, however, take some work to find them. Concealed behind a nondescript cellar in the back of a sushi restaurant called Nicky New York, The Harrison Speakeasy transports guests from the Palmero Soho neighbourhood to the sultry world of the 1920s Big Apple.
Entry into this land of crystal decanters, champagne and bourbon is exclusive, so unless you’re a member or rub shoulders with the right people, you’ll need to book a meal at the restaurant out front and do your best to charm the waiters. Your efforts will be more than rewarded once you’re sipping a creation poured by one of Argentina’s best bartenders, Seba Garcia.
Expect to pay a pretty penny for these delicious drinks!
You can only get into this exclusive bar if you’re one of the 2,000 members, or if you’re friends with a member. Alternatively, you can dine at the connecting sushi restaurant and charm the waiter into letting you in.