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Al Capone was a regular at this former speakeasy, and you’ll likely meet equally colorful personalities if you stick around until closing time at 4 a.m. On stage, musicians belt out roots rhythms and improvised jazz lines seven nights a week. Behind the bar, a trapdoor leads to a secret area used to hide alcohol during Prohibition.
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