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Nightlife Entertainer The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails in Las Vegas NV

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails

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Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109

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Company Name
The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails
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Location
3708 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109
United States

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Attire
Casual

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Price Range
$$$

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About The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails

Sharpen your wits, ladies and gentleman! The Barbershop is a cutting edge concept cocktail bar in Las Vegas that offers a very unique combination of offerings.

Style and substance come together in this hidden gem in The Cosmopolitan–literally. The establishment is part barbershop and part upscale bar. This means you can sip on an expertly crafted beverage while enjoying a cut or straight razor shave some from some of the best barbers in the area.

The Barbershop promises not just novelty, but a full fledged experience that is unlike any other.

First, you’ll enter through an unassuming janitor door. Once granted entry, you’ll enter into gorgeous prohibition-era inspired parlor where you’ll find a beautifully outfitted interior where every detail has been carefully considered.

You’ll feel as if you’ve transported back to a different era as you explore the space, which is furnished with swanky sofas and features richly appointed details throughout. With an ambiance unlike any other bar you’ve ever been to, this space is a modern nod to some of the greatest whiskey bars in the world.

From behind the bar, expert bartenders are ready to fill your order, whether it’s craft beer or three fingers of whiskey you’re craving.

Relax as you enjoy an expert cut or shave, and feel like a million bucks as you emerge stylish and satisfied with your visit to a forgotten era.

The Barbershop is a throwback to a simpler time, when whiskey and liquor were king, and word of mouth was gold.