Exeter’s one and only Speakeasy bar and the origins of Speakeasy

Shh! Come closer, as we’re about to reveal the secrets behind the origins of speakeasy bars. The humble drinking establishment takes pride of place in many communities across the world.

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Join Us For Some Jazz

So you’re heading out on a Thursday. Whether you’re in a suit and tie, or just kicking back in jeans, you’ve brushed up and are ready for a good night.

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It’s Time For Tapas! Explore the best Tapas restaurant exeter has to offer

So, you’ve found the password, you’ve dodged your way around the Prohibition bobbies and you’re ready to take a sip of what’s good in true Speakeasy-style. The word on the

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Here at one of the best tapas bars Exeter has to offer, The Book Cover is well-acquainted with perfect pairings: jazz and cocktails, mystery and suspense, music and magic. But

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July’s Top pick is dedicated to Frida Kahlo, who died in July 1954 after a short but colourful life. Not many cocktails can boast such spirited inspiration for their flavours

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There is an immense beauty in foreign language. Take ‘schadenfreude’, the single German word meaning ‘pleasure derived from the misfortune of others. That condensed complexity; it’s blissful. Take a voyage

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Welcome To The Book Cover

The Book Cover is a 1920s speakeasy bar cunningly disguised as an old book shop. when you arrive you’ll need to whisper the password to our friendly Librarian Mrs Lebowski, once you have

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