The Barbershop, Sydney

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SYDNEY | The Barbershop is a bar in Sydney that answers the question that very few have ever asked – could I have a G&T with my haircut? Enter from York street and you see a proper barbershop with, you know, people getting haircuts. Through the back door however lies one of the best places in Sydney to order a Gin & Tonic. The lighting at The Barbershop is low, and works well with the long white tiled bar and concrete floor. There’s also a little outdoor area in in the back loading dock/laneway area for those days when the sun is out and the weather’s too nice for mood lighting.

Gin is the main name of the game here, and there are over 80 bottles of the stuff on offer from around the world, giving patrons the ability to really find a gin that has the mix of botanicals that suits them best. It’s not just about G&Ts either – all of the gin based cocktails at The Barbershop are fantastic. If you’re after something other than gin you can try the Dutch Genever, which is the spirit from which gin originated. There’s a very decent selection of other spirits too, along with a nice wine and beer range. Food wise it’s stricly bar snacks – cheese, olives and charcuterie meats.

Our advice? Head to The Barbershop for a G&T and then through the back to the equally fantastic Baxter Inn for a whisky.

The Barbershop

Rear
89 York Street
Sydney
New South Wales 2000
Australia

Telephone: (02) 9299 9699
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://thisisthebarbershop.com/

Open
Mon: 4:00pm to 12:00am
Tue – Fri: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Sat: 4:00pm to 12:00am

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