The Hidden Speakeasy In Dallas That Will Transport You To Another Era

It’s a small candy shop located in Dallas’ Deep Ellum… or is it? In a return to the 1920s, when alcohol consumption and lively parties had to be hidden, is a quaint and beautiful bar with a cover of a candy store. Once inside, you’ll be transported to another era at a cocktail bar known as Truth & Alibi. Don’t expect to make an impromptu entrance here, however. In keeping with the secrecy of bars like this, visitors must know the weekly password and make a reservation ahead of time for admittance. Here’s why you’ll want to visit this speakeasy reminiscent of a bygone era when it was fun to be sneaky:

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This speakeasy isn’t a costumed event, so come casual or as you are. If you want to return to the 1920s, however, your glad rags are welcomed! This cocktail bar is open Thursdays – Sundays. Check out Truth & Alibi’s Facebook page here for more details and the weekly password.

Have you visited this hidden cocktail bar? If so, what did you think? We’d love to hear your comments below!