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New Bar Night: Speakeasy Sundays at the Edison

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Ever want to experience what a speakeasy must feel like? Descend the depths of underground downtown bar the Edison for its new weekly bar night called Speakeasy Sundays. Only the bar's Radio Room will be open (entrance is a couple of doors down from the regular entrance in Harlem Alley) while the main bar area will be closed. This means that there's only a 125-swank-person capacity so get there early as doors will close after the room is packed and you'll be SOL on the street.

On this special night, guests will enjoy appetizers, a performance by jazz chanteuse Windy Farrell and vintage cocktails created by a featured bartender (a new one each week from bars around the city). The best part is there's no cover! But you do have to dress nice, meaning collar and/or jacket but no hats, shorts or sandals.

Tonight's featured bartender is the Edison's own Marcos Tello.

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Doors open at 8pm.

The Edison
108 W 2nd Street
Los Angeles, California 90012 (map)
(213) 613-0000

Photo courtesy of Nicole Wilder-Shattock for the Edison.