New in 2014 but harkening to the prohibition era, the former mob den (for reals) is a bit too spiffy for a proper speakeasy, with its copper-topped bar and, matching Tommy guns, and carefully hung gangster photos. But the small, tucked-away room and well-crafted hooch make for a clean getaway from nearby Bourbon. The big draw is up against the wall: an ancient, gorgeous upright piano. When Tom McDermott plays era-appropriate jazz, the joint’s appeal soars.