Prohibition may be long gone, but the fun of a speakeasy still thrills bargoers to this day. So it's no wonder people are excited for the opening of Boston's newest seafood restaurant - and it's hidden bar.

Seamark Seafood & Cocktails will officially open on April 12th in the Encore Boston Harbor and features an elevated New England seafood menu created by James Beard Award-Winning Chef Michael Schlow.

Though the food may be incredible, it seems the speakeasy inside Seamark is what many locals are most looking forward to.

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Yes, during the design process for Seamark the owners chose to build an entire barroom behind one of the restaurant walls.

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Old Wives Tale is a nautical themed bar with signature cocktails that invite "guests to explore ports of call around the globe." You can also nibble on a selection of small plates, but honestly just finding it is the really fun part.

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This speakeasy doesn't need a secret knock or a special password to get in, simply make a reservation to be guided behind Seamark's fake wall and enjoy the upscale, nautical vibes.

Seamark Seafood & Cocktails via Facebook
Seamark Seafood & Cocktails via Facebook

Both Seamark Seafood & Cocktails and Old Wives Tale are currently taking reservations for their grand opening on April 12, 2024 and beyond. Though we imagine booking a weekend spot inside this hidden bar is going to take a while.

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