Work and play in Prohibition
The sound system at this Howe Street speakeasy hidden beneath the Hotel Georgia (look for the green light above the massive wood doors) has been carefully calibrated so you don’t have to shout over the live jazz. That makes the dark, moody room perfect for a bit of business accompanied by tie-loosening absinthe (dripped over sugar cubes from a belle époque-style fountain), albacore tuna sliders and bartenders whose tricks and bottle tosses are part of the show. No wonder Louis Armstrong and Nat King Cole used to hang out here.
From B.C. to St. John, follow Andrew Braithwaite Cross- Canada tour for EnRoute Canada!