Flapper's Delight, Robber Baron, Kentucky Ginger, Prohibition Punch: you'll find these vintage cocktails at Campbell Apartment, a semi-secret 1920s-style bar in New York City's Grand Central Terminal. Once the private office and salon of early 20th-century finance mogul John W. Campbell, the prodigious room is filled with sumptuous red leather chairs, elaborate ceiling designs, and even a vintage popcorn machine (that doesn't just serve as decoration: free bowls of popcorn sit atop the wooden bar). Depending on how many cocktails you have, you might see Jay Gatsby romancing a flapper in the corner. Cheers!
Corinne White is an editorial intern at Travel + Leisure.