Floreria Atlantico (Buenos Aires) – A florist/wine shop disguises this hidden bar in the city's Retiro neighborhood. Once inside, a refrigerator is actually a door that leads to a spacious basement bar.
Floreria Atlantico – Shared plates and inventive cocktails are on the menu.
Adults Only (Los Angeles) – Want a glamorous entry? Try somewhere else. Adults Only is accessed via a doorway in an adult video store behind a Burger King.
Adults Only – The bar's decor consists of vintage movie posters, projected films, a billiards room, exposed brickwork and stained glass.
Bank Bar (Manila) – Behind a 7-Eleven storeroom door, the large Bank Bar has a huge collection of bottles, a young crowd, cigar room and DJs.
Bank Bar – Among the stars of Bank Bar's drink menu is the Nutter Club, made with London dry gin, lemon-pistachio meringue, Angostura bitters and a pistachio salt rim.
Fox Glove (Hong Kong) – This bar is disguised behind an antique umbrella shop. To get in, you have to walk through the passageway and press down on a certain umbrella -- there are many to choose from.
Fox Glove – Fox Glove has a large interior, beautifully finished in blue leather and gray marble, designed to resemble first-class airplane cabins and vintage cars.
Ounce (Taipei) – Taipei cocktail bar Ounce is hidden behind a secret door in a quiet neighborhood cafe.
Ounce – Don't expect a menu. The Ounce staff speak to everyone lucky enough to get in, focusing on delivering a cocktail that fits exactly what they want.
Lulu White (Paris) – Lulu White is named after an African-American "madam" who ran a 1900s brothel in New Orleans. There's no signage on the street.
Lulu White – The specialty cocktail ingredient is absinthe.
PDT (New York) – An acronym for Please Don't Tell, this East Village legend is accessed via a phone booth in a hot dog joint called Crif Dogs.
PDT (New York) – Jim Meehan does innovative twists on classics, served to a lucky few (no standing is allowed) kicking back in leather booths and admiring the taxidermy.