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The word speakeasy is a saloon, common during Prohibition (1920–1933) in the United States.
Speakeasy may refer to:
Computers and electronics
- SpeakEasy, a software defined radio project of the United States military
- Speakeasy (computational environment), a numeric computational environment and programming language
- Speakeasy (ISP), a large internet service provider in the USA
- Speakeasy Comics, a Canadian comic book company
Film and TV
- Speakeasy (1929 film)
- Speakeasy (2002 film), by Brendan Murphy
- Speakeasy (Ireland), a daytime show broadcast in Ireland
- The Speakeasy Club, a London club where musicians met and played during the late 1960s and early 1970s
- Speakeasy, an album by the British rock band Freeze the Atlantic
- Speakeasy, by the rock band Stavesacre
- The Speakeasy (2010), an album by Smoke or Fire
- "Speakeasy" (1994), a single by Shed Seven
- Speakeasy (Hong Kong), a type of eatery in modern Hong Kong that does not operate under a restaurant licence, but de facto functioning as a restaurant
- Speakeasy Ales and Lagers, a Microbrewery in San Francisco, California
- Speakeasy Theaters, a theater that sells beer and wine in Oakland, California
- (A speakeasy on a door) A small window or door located on a door that can be opened or closed from inside to see who is outside of the door and to talk to them without opening the door. I learned this use of the word from watching people in Orgon and California Youtube post on unique styled tiny sometimes underground homes.
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