Though ostensibly a secret bar, this speakeasy isn't hard to find at all. It's hidden behind a fake coffee shop on Ninth Avenue—but the owners haven't done much to keep up the ruse. A logo of a woman in a bathtub is the first tip off, and the crowds flowing through the false wall that doubles as a door to the back space are a second. While named after the homemade hooch that was popular during prohibition, you'll find that the libations here are of a much higher quality than their namesake. A small but strong list utilizes fresh fruits and house made syrups, while a menu of bites will keep you from getting too tipsy and dancing the Charleston with one of the waitresses (who are dolled up in old time flapper gear). The sleek space feels more modern-day Chelsea than 1920s watering hole—but that's nothing to complain about, especially if you are seated around the gold-plated bathtub that is the room's centerpiece. If the party is going right at this bar, expect more than one person to end up in that piece of furniture before the night is out.