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As a traveller, sometimes it can be boring to be alone all the time, right? Here I met people all around the world!! I could even practice some Japanese with the people there. Everyone was so friendly, I think I nearly spoke to everyone in...More
I’ve been here a couple of times. It is fun to have people practice language with you, and I recommend it for starting off your trip! Some nights are mellow, some are packed. Check out their Facebook page to see what languages are featured most...More
I actually went many time to Speakeasy, it is really close from where I live. Bartender are really friendly, you always meet new people, it is an easy way to make new friends in a country you don't know.
Each nights is a different themes,...More
Date of experience: March 2018
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Speakeasy-Team, Public Relations Manager at Bar Speak Easy, responded to this reviewResponded 20 April 2018
Thank you for your comment! We really love having your feedback! We look forward to have you back!
Fun place to go and meet different people! Lot of different alcohol from around the world.
They even have Ricard!
Even for a Thursday the ambiance was good and the bartender was a Russian.
Date of experience: January 2018
Speakeasy-Team, Public Relations Manager at Bar Speak Easy, responded to this reviewResponded 18 January 2018
We are happy to see you enjoyed your stay! Was the ricard good? Don't hesitate to come back!
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