Speakeasy

Speakeasy is a clandestine restaurant, opened in February 2002 by Javier de las Muelas, located at the Dry Martini warehouse and with the entrance accessible from Calle Córsega to pay homage to the clandestine establishments during the period of the Prohibition in the USA. Javier de las Muelas define this place as his “brain storming factory”.

This emblematic space became the first venue establishing a new concept by using a password to enter the clandestine restaurant. Nowadays a lot of establishments have copied this concept.

Hidden in the former Dry Martini warehouse, clandestine restaurant Speakeasy recreates a gastronomic space remembering the popular clandestine establishments that characterized Chicago and New York’s society during the Prohibition in the USA in the twenties. A place where mystery and anonymity are synonym to luxury. A spot where privacy is public , the basic is classic and the classic is definitely modern.

Unique Food&Cocktail Pairing Menu of Speaskeasy where the creation of the dish is inspired by the cocktail to enjoy a different gastronomic experience at midday or at night.