It isn't that hard to find these watering holes — provided you know where to look. Hidden behind vending machines, refrigerators, and even fake walls of kegs, there are some pretty neat places to grab a drink.

Angel's Share, behind a brown door inside a second-story yakitori restaurant named Village Yokocho in New York City

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The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town in London, UK, behind a fridge.

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PDT (Please Don't Tell), behind a phone booth in the back of a hot dog shop in New York City.

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Williams & Graham, behind a bookshop. You can get in after pulling the book "Savoy"

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Noble Experiment, behind a wall of kegs in a beer bar named Neighborhood in San Diego, California

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PortSide Parlour, opens from a unisex toilet after flushing it, London, UK

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Flask & The Press, a stylish bar behind a vintage Coca-Cola vending machine in a sandwich shop named The Press, Shanghai, China. The place was designed by Alberto Caiola in 2014.

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Collooh Callay, a bar behind another bar's wardrobe, with awesome Oyster card, or Pantone colour bridge-like menu

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