I read this sentence on a webpage.
The shop has almost like a club-house atmosphere to it, which is what we wanted, with a sofa in the middle of the store and bench seating outside.
I know 'like' is a preposition in the sentences such as 'This podium spot feels almost like a victory.' and 'It's almost like a habit.'.
I wonder what part of speech the word in bold 'like' is in the above context.