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Illicit Prohibition-era establishment

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Illicit Prohibition-era establishment : SPEAKEASY (giving “easy chair”)
A speakeasy is an establishment that sells alcoholic drinks illegally. Speakeasies were very big in the US in the days of Prohibition. The obvious etymology of the term, a speakeasy owner asking his or her customers to “speak easy” so as not to draw attention to the authorities, is thought to have originated in 1888 in McKeesport just outside Pittsburgh.

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