Friday 17 September 2021

The clandestine bar in Escazu that nobody knows about … supposedly

Where least imagined located is the D Bar, an ingenious place with capacity for 40 people and that seeks to elevate the Costa Rican cocktail bar to the next level.

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Finding the elusive D Bar can become a feat, but once inside you will find a world completely dedicated to the most innovative cocktail bar that will transport you a century ago.

Where least imagined located is the D Bar, an ingenious place with capacity for 40 people and that seeks to elevate the Costa Rican cocktail bar to the next level. D Bar / Nacion

The D Bar is inspired by the speakeasy or clandestine bars that emerged during the so-called time of U.S. prohibition (1920 to 1933). Do not let the clandestine term scare you, it does not refer to anything illegal regarding the operation of this business, La Nacion reports.

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