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A historic 1864 heritage building is the home of this prohibition-style speakeasy lounge. A 10-foot tall birdcage with cabaret style dancers sets the mood, as do crystal chandeliers, disco balls and leather booths with tables made from whisky barrels. Take a tour of the J.P. Wiser Whisky Tunnel, which was inspired by an actual underground passageway from Hiram Walker, founder of Canadian Club Whisky. Inside, find more than 140 different varietals from Canada, the U.S. and the rest of the world including the likes of Crown Royal, Gibson, Wiser’s, Forty Creek, Chivas, Glenlivet, Jameson, Wild Turkey and Knob Creek. Sample a whisky flight ($38-$78) or tuck into a menu of food inspired from the 1920s and 1930s. A historian conducts tours on the weekend. The lounge can store bottles for future access, too.