7 most secretly 'hidden' bars in the world

Disguised as a refrigerator door or barber shop, these bars not only serve customers with good wine glasses, but rather, it's a feeling of adventure to a strange place.

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Adults Only
1. Adults Only, USA: The high-end bar is located in the corner of the Hollywood business center. The entrance is decorated with bright pink neon lights and dozens of posters and tapes as a true video store. In addition to enjoying a glass of passionate drinks, guests at Adults Only can watch a variety of special movies or mingle with late-night dancing. Photo: New Years.
 BackDoor43, Italy
2. BackDoor43, Italy: Address can be considered the smallest bar in the world. Just about 4 m2 wide, Backdoor 43 creates a cozy and safe space like the house of any guest who enters. Photo: Fortune.
Panda and Sons, England
The bar can only accept up to 4 guests at a time. You will need a secret key and password to book. However, if there is no room available, do not hesitate to knock on the door. An employee wearing a ghost mask will suggest helping you order drinks.
Panda and Sons, England
Panda and Sons, England
3. Panda and Sons, England: If you don't notice, you can easily go through Panda and Sons, which are disguised as an old barber shop on Queen Street, Edinburgh, Scotland. The entrance to the bar is like a fake bookcase and the door only opens when you pull a book down. Photos: Laura_kanaplue, Panda and Sons.
Gyu Bar, Japan
4. Gyu Bar, Japan: To go to Gyu Bar, find a small red-orange refrigerator door covered with snow fence. The bar is famous for a variety of rare Japanese whiskeys. Inside, soft light brings a warm atmosphere while the drink menu is handwritten texts and vivid illustrations. Photo: Sandiwal.
Wodka Tonic, Japan
5. Wodka Tonic, Japan: If you are a fan of whiskey, Wodka Tonic is the place for you. Nestled on a quiet street in Tokyo neighborhood, Nishi-Azabu owns more than 1,000 bottles of whiskey of all kinds. Besides, you can enjoy fine European dishes served until 4am. Photo: Whiskey Advocate.
Sunshine Laundromat and Pinball
6. Sunshine Laundromat and Pinball, USA: At first glance, this odd place in New York City is like a laundromat with pinball machines. However, you must go to the back of the room and look closer. The small door is the entrance to the bar, which offers beer, wine and food like Roberta's pizza. Photo: What Should We Do.
Trillby & Chadwick, Finland
7. Trillby & Chadwick, Finland: This Helsinki bar is designed in the style of a London detective company in the 1920s. To find Trillby & Chadwick, go to the blackened windows. , find an antique phone that you will use to connect with people in the shop. From there, you will be taken into the fanciful space, where drinks come with unexpected ingredients like popcorn, red pepper, green bean foam and butter. Photos: Travel + Leisure.

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