Travel Back In Time When You Visit Shim’s Surplus Supplies, A 1920s Themed Speakeasy In Nevada

Reno was Nevada’s largest city at the time of Prohibition, so of course, it had quite a reputation for all kinds of sinful activities. Back then, alleyways acted as secret passageways to gambling, drinking, and endless debauchery. The days of Prohibition are long gone, but the Biggest Little City in the World still likes to embrace its rebellious reputation. The city is still home to a handful of speakeasies, and the one featured here opened just earlier this year. Party like it’s 1920 and be sure to stop by this modern speakeasy for a grand ol’ time!

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What do you think? Are you intrigued by this modern speakeasy that recently opened? It definitely looks like a unique place to enjoy a delicious craft cocktail. Check out another wacky drinking destination when you read about The Death-Themed Tavern In Nevada That’s Perfectly Macabre In All The Right Ways.

Address: 125 W 3rd St, Reno, NV 89501, USA