New Speakeasy Opens on Orlando’s Restaurant Row

Pharmacy_Orlando_Media-8From the owners/chefs of The Table Orlando comes Pharmacy, a 1920s “speakeasy” that’s now open to the public… if you can find it.

Designed to transport guests back in time to the 1920s Prohibition era, Pharmacy brings together all the elements of a traditional speakeasy without losing the mystique.

From its mysterious unmarked entrance to its menu of locally sourced ingredients and handcrafted cocktails, Pharmacy is a secret place where guests can come and escape to a comfortable/casual atmosphere with moderately priced appetizers, entrees and bar selections.

A key feature on the menu is the authentic Neapolitan Pizzas, which are baked for only a few minutes in Pharmacy’s tailor-made, mega-hot pizza oven. You won’t want to miss these.

Behind the bar you’ll find handcrafted cocktails, custom blended barrel aged classics, beer, wine, and house-made seltzers, tonics, and sodas.

Pharmacy is open Monday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. and is located at 8060 Via Dellagio Way in Orlando’s Restaurant Row.

P.S. I’ll give you a hint… look for a door that looks a little like an elevator and push the little green button.

 

 

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2 comments

  1. No offense, but the pictures on Yelp make this look like a pretty cheesy bar. I was hoping for something different, but it’s restaurant row in Dr. Phillips, ya know?
    In contrast, Hanson’s Shoe Repair downtown seems to knock it out of the park.
    http://www.thedailycity.com/2013/01/owner-of-new-orlando-speakeasy-hansons.html
    http://www.yelp.com/biz/hansons-shoe-repair-orlando

  2. I go to see each day some blogs and blogs to read posts, except this blog provides feature based articles.

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