A bar is inspired by Prohibition and hides the alcohol in violin cases

On the counter, Nicolas D’Andreano and Anthony Rambal discreetly open a violin case, in which they have concealed a bottle of vodka. These two friends, who grew up together, in the Paillade district, imagined an astonishing bar, in Montpellier (Hérault), which is inspired… by Prohibition.

A time during which, in the United States, the consumption of alcohol was prohibited. But where smart guys used stratagems to circumvent the law.

At trigger, beverages are served in suitcases, cartridges or coffee cups, so as not to arouse suspicion. And, just to immerse customers in the 1920s, the bar also offers cocktails that were in vogue at that time.

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