Slick Sandwich Shop In Shanghai Hides Gorgeous “Flask” Speakeasy

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(via) It doesn’t look all that special from the street, but sandwich shop The Press, located in Shanghai’s old French Concession district, hides a dark and sexy secret: an easy-on-the-eyes speakeasy called Flask. Both spaces were conceived of by the same designer, Alberto Caiola, and yet the two spaces couldn’t be more different. Connected by an unassuming-looking vintage vending machine, one says eat and go while the other says drink and linger.

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