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Escape The World In This Speakeasy Within A Speakeasy • Bourbon And Branch

By Ashlyn Davis

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Can you find all the secret rooms of the prohibition-era bar?

Throwback to 1923 and this little spot would have been called “JJ Russell’s Cigar Shop”, selling fun times, illegal beverages and maybe a couple of cigars. John J. Russell, the owner, knew how to throw a party and it had a lot to do with the secret sauce he smuggled in through his notorious Vancouver, BC. connections.

Knock on the speakeasy’s door and you’ll be asked for your secret password – given to only the select few that made reservations online on time. No big secret here, but planning is key.

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Once you’ve made it inside you’re officially in the 1920s and there’s no going back – until you leave, of course. If you’re in the know, you may be joining a certain detective agency in solving a thrilling mystery. But only on Wednesdays to Saturdays, 6pm to 2am.

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Sometimes you’ll feel like breaking away from the theatrics with a bourbon or some ‘Truth Serum’, but you’ll have to know how to order it first. Which may have something to do with its name. Maybe not.

 

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If you’ve cracked the secret bar codes, you’ll be well on your way to exploring the moving parts of the mysterious maze.

 

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If you think you know Bourbon & Branch’s hidden rooms, you probably don’t. The only way you’ll truly know is to do a little investigation yourself.

Practical information

Depends on the room you're trying to find.
$13 per cocktail or $35 for 3.