This 1920s Gas Station In Georgia Is Now A Prohibition-Style Speakeasy

If you’re anything like us, then you love when old buildings are transformed into new businesses, keeping the charm and history intact. That’s exactly how we feel about The Third Door in Georgia. This new Marietta hotspot was built inside of an old 1920’s gas station and you won’t believe what it looks like now. If you’re ready for Prohibition-style cocktails in a swanky historic setting, this is the place for you. Take a look…

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Address: 131 Church St, Marietta, GA 30060, USA