Prohibition Pops And Nuclear Daiquiris The Norm At Watering Hole In Bandon

BANDON, OR — Shake up your cocktail routine at Speakeasy 33, Bandon’s newest watering hole. The bar’s minimalist décor has a rustic glam. Reclaimed wood tables are illuminated by low-hung light fixtures. Bar seating is limited— but that’s probably where you want to park, if you like to watch your bartender in action.

The fun starts with a read through the season’s drink menu. Choices include original cocktails and the Speakeasy’s spin on classic drinks. This summer, guests may opt for the classic Nuclear Daiquiri, with house-made Falernum cordial. Or, order the cocktail without the glass. Prohibition Pops are popsicles for grown-ups, a frozen, single-serving version of the Speakeasy 33 Daiquiri.

The bar is stocked with a variety of Oregon-made spirits plus noteworthy, or hard-to-find, domestic whiskey and rum selections. The beer and wine list features Pacific Northwest labels. House-made syrups, fresh squeezed citrus, and herbs plucked from the garden complete the artisanal experience.
The bites menu includes shareable cheese and charcuterie plates; and soup, salad or sandwiches. And, the bar is open late for an after-hours drink or nibble.  Speakeasy 33 is at 323 Grand Ave. SE in Bandon, 541-329-0389.


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