An elegant evening of jazz music, dinner, and cocktails awaits! The Wine Room Kitchen & Bar in Delray Beach has officially unveiled its reimagined speakeasy, Radcliffe’s Speakeasy & Supper Club. The 100-year-old taproom has been given a classic and sophisticated refresh with new décor, cuisine, and live entertainment. Executive Chef Blake Malatesta has curated a timeless menu that features luxurious creations, highlighting fowl, seafood, and steaks.

Step into Radcliffe’s “secret alley entrance” behind The Wine Room to discover a historic hidden hideaway. Enjoy world-class live jazz and R&B performances every night, along with dinner, an award-winning wine selection recognized by Wine Spectator, and whimsical cocktails. Guests can experience Radcliffe’s nostalgic ambience for an intimate dinner, for a night on the town with friends, or for late-night libations.

Bask in a one-of-a-kind culinary experience by indulging in a “Waffle” ($50) or a “Bump” ($26) of Kaluga Amber Gold caviar, fit to make anyone feel like a king. Continue the culinary journey with delectable offerings that are perfect to share like Birds of a Feather ($17). The nesting deviled chicken and quail eggs are exceptionally paired with a tomato bacon jam. Enjoy Quail Lollys ($18), a playful dish featuring succulent quail wings marinated in a buttermilk brine and lightly coated in a special KFC breading for a crispy exterior. The lollys are finished with a gochujang honey glaze accompanied by a side of refreshing buttermilk dressing.

Discover the speakeasy’s signature entrées like the Butterfish en Papillote ($54). The black cod is baked in a parchment parcel with confit baby tomatoes, haricot vert, toybox fingerling potatoes, and champagne butter. Enjoy the elegant Lobster Étouffée ($67), an 8-ounce Australian lobster tail, butter roasted and sitting atop a bed of garlic-scented wild rice and Gulf shrimp, and finished with a lobster chili butter. Savory steaks are also featured, including the tender and flavorful 10-ounce Wagyu Skirt Steak ($54), served with charred chili chimichurri.

Indulge in Radcliffe’s playful signature cocktails such as the Raven ($16), created with Wheatley Vodka infused with black charcoal. Unwind from a hectic day with the Bird Bath ($20), featuring Conniption Gin, lavender chamomile, St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, and Sauvignon Blanc served in a playful bathtub-shaped glass with a rubber duck floating on top. Experience the timeless Old Fashioned ($18), crafted with Buffalo Trace Bourbon whiskey and smoked cedar wood. Go tropical, with the Bananarama ($16), made with coconut-washed Myers’s Rum and banana liqueur. Show off with the Cloudy with a Chance of Blu ($20), a combination of Sweet Gwendoline French Gin and Lillet Blanc below a bubble of mixed berry vape.

Previously known as the Arcade Tap Room, the speakeasy was designed by architect Samuel Ogren in 1925. Over the years, the Arcade Tap Room became a popular location for renowned politicians and beloved movie stars from the golden age of cinema, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Gary Cooper, and Gloria Swanson. Decades of glamorous history remains in the walls of what is now Radcliffe’s.

Radcliffe’s Speakeasy & Supper Club is open from 5:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Wednesday through Saturday. Live music will be featured from 5:30 p.m. to midnight.

Discover a secret world of exquisite food and cocktails at Radcliffe’s! For more information and to make reservations, visit or call (561) 243-9463.