The Amber Room Fort Worth

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Fort Worth

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A traditional speakeasy with tons of whiskey varieties, the secret of the Amber Room is spreading across Fort Worth. Entering the bar is tricky since interested guests need to find one of two entry points, either through a large gold door hidden in the restaurant, Wishbone & Flynt, or an unmarked wooden door on Bryan Avenue. It is similar to a scene out of Mad Men. The speakeasy has a decoration with jewel tone furniture and large patterned rugs that suggest age, class, and intrigue. Professional bartenders give classic cocktails a unique spin. Try the Aztec Old Fashioned with chocolate bitters and cherry syrup or the Scarlet Letter with mezcal, Aperol, and fresh lime. The Amber Room is a classic speakeasy and cocktail bar inside Wishbone & Flynt. Enter via the unmarked wooden door on Bryan Avenue or the concealed gold entrance near the bar area. 

They serve not only wonderful gourmet nibbles like PB&J wings and lobster mac n cheese but also produce some fantastic drinks. Relax on one of their mismatched lounge chairs while sipping a beverage in your hand and enjoy the elaborate design and jewel tones that give the place a wonderful throwback atmosphere. This one was never much of a secret. When Wishbone & Flynt opened, it touted its accompanying speakeasy, Amber Room. There are two ways to enter ― through a large gold door dotted with several door knobs and handles “hidden” near the restaurant bar or from an unmarked wooden door on Bryan Avenue. Once inside, you’ll be treated to classic and new cocktails in a retro-inspired lounge. 

Known as Fort Worth‘s best-kept secret, the Amber Room is a speakeasy-Esque cocktail bar tucked inside Wishbone & Flynt. Guests may enter one of two ways—through a large gold door dotted with several door knobs and handles hidden near the restaurant bar or from a wooden door unmarked on Bryan Avenue. The interior features exposed brick walls, classic lounge chairs, exquisite carpets, jewel-toned draperies, and a full bar. The bar boasts classic libations & seasonally-crafted sips, and shareable plates from the Wishbone & Flynt kitchen. Drink highlights range from an Aztec Old Fashioned with chocolate bitters, rye whiskey, and cherry syrup to the Scarlet Letter with mezcal, Aperol, green chartreuse, and fresh lime. 

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