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Saw the salty and sultry Mother's Ruin cabaret act at The Barber Shop: great venue choice for a gin-soaked act, and a crowd of gin enthusiasts. Ambiance and sheer expanse of gin selections available are A+. The cocktails are pricey but delicious while the gin...More
I went looking for one speakeasy only to find this hidden bar. Any gin fan must go here. I've never been a gin drinker but the cocktail I had was excellent and the ambience of the place is perfect for a laid back weekday evening.
Visited The Barber Shop on Friday late afternoon . Fun to find if you've never been before an element of cool speakeasy. Walk through the actual Barber Shop and slide open big silver door to find a cosy warm dimly lit bar busy at every...More
29 dollars for a Martini it's unbeliavable even for Sydney, and is nothing special. next door there is another amazing cocktail bar "the Baxter" with a really good selection of spirits and really good price.
Actually was looking for Easy Eight, but ended up here by mistake. Still, a good mistake. Love gin and the cocktails here were good. Yep it's pricy but pretty much standard Sydney cocktail prices. Didn't try the food as there wasn't much options. The place...More
I have been here on many occasions and the drinks are great.. however our group was told to reduce our volume and not swear as much... we found this quite rude as it was only a Thursday night and the waiter really needed to grow...More
Initially we had a slight difficulty finding the entrance. With the help of google map, we discovered The Barber Shop discreetly located inside a courtyard at the end of a passageway. That was mysterious and cool ! I must have seen one of the largest...More
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