The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails Opened March 15

Courtesy of The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails, a speakeasy bar and grooming salon, hosted its grand opening on Friday, March 15 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Friday night featured a special headline performance by Gavin Rossdale’s Bush. Following the grand opening weekend, the venue is continuing to turn out artist alignments and performances showcasing all music genres.

Guests can expect live performances starting with Dennis Quaid & The Shark’s rock 'n' roll / country-soul sound on Friday, March 22 followed by the R&B sounds of Robin Thicke on Saturday, March 30. Weekly programming is also kicking off with Tuesday night Rockstar Karaoke debuting on March 26, DJ programming on Fridays, and a live band every Saturday.


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By day, The Barbershop is a throwback grooming parlor headed by master barber Jose Sosa and his nationally renowned grooming team. Appointments are available online and walk-ins are welcomed.

The Barbershop includes a Mahogany Brunswick bar from the 19th century. It has curated barrel-aged whiskey selection ranging from American, Japanese, Irish and Canadian whiskeys to bourbons, scotches, craft beer and other sipping spirits including tequila, mezcal and champagne.

The Barbershop grooming salon is open daily from 10 a.m. to midnight and the bar is open Tuesday to Saturday 5 p.m. to close.

In other Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas news, the hotel recently underwent a makeover. Last year, its 3,033 guest rooms were remodeled. Other parts of the redevelopment included technology advancements, a premium Wi-Fi network and more, with continued developments into 2019.

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