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Black Angel’s Bar

Prohibition-style drinking that draws on local lore

Buried in a tiny basement on Old Town Square, this hermetic watering hole may be hard to find, but packs in a motley crowd with a refined cocktail menu and speakeasy vibe. Original Gothic and Romanesque masonry give the illusion of a eerie, cave-like underworld, a vibe furthered by a tempting selection of inventive cocktails inspired by the mysterious Alois Krcha, a early-20th-century bartender whose diaries were discovered on-site during restoration. Drink No 10 (beer, rum, egg yolk, nutmeg) packs a serious punch, as does the USS Richmond, an indulgent elixir with an intriguing black tea aftertaste.


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