The Principal's Office

Welcome to the intriguing world of speakeasies, where hidden doors and secret passwords transport you back to the Prohibition era of the 1920s. Speakeasies were clandestine establishments that emerged during this time, serving as hidden havens for those seeking a forbidden escape from the ban on alcohol. These elusive venues exuded an air of mystery, where jazz music filled the air, and the clinking of glasses mingled with hushed conversations. Speakeasies became synonymous with rebellion and defiance, where patrons sipped carefully crafted cocktails, showcasing the artistry of skilled mixologists. Today, speakeasies have experienced a renaissance, blending vintage charm with contemporary flair, providing a unique and immersive experience for all those who step through their concealed doors.

Come join us for a trip back to your old principal's office. Enter through the secret back door marked with a paddle. Let the server know you are there to serve your detention. Be prepared to answer what naughty thing you did to deserve this. Where else can you enjoy a cocktail while serving your detention? The Principal's Office is a basement speakeasy with dimly lit vintage lounge seating, perfect for cozy and intimate conversations. The menu features school-themed cocktails and light snacks.

  • A black and white photo of wine glasses hanging from a pipe
  • A wooden paddle hanging on a blue door
  • A wooden cabinet with a clock and a map on it
  • A black and white photo of a room with a table and chairs
  • A bar with a lot of bottles and glasses
  • A cocktail with a lime garnish and pretzels on a wooden table
  • A room with wine glasses hanging from the ceiling
  • A rack of wine glasses hanging from the ceiling