Located in a 1940s department store, Hanny’s looks pretty average on the surface. But grab a $7 martini and take the glass-bottomed elevator downstairs where you’ll find old porcelain dolls sitting in a row behind a chain-link fence, and old dressing rooms repurposed into some very neon bathrooms. You may have come here for drinks and some hot honey pepperoni pizza, but you’ll stay to see if the rumor about the dolls inexplicably disappearing and reappearing is true. It’s as much a bar as it is an experience - just check your bag before you leave to make sure one of these creepy dolls hasn’t hitched a ride home.

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