Barber Shop

Afterhours Bar

From the outside Barber Shop may look like your run of the mill male hair salon, but it’s just a front; in the after-hours, the basement turns into a stylish “members only” lounge. Hipster barmen (tattoos and perfectly coiffed mustache) run the club (which opened back in 2015), which stays open until 5 a.m.—a rarity in the capital. Make sure to bring cash as they don’t accept plastic.

Barber Shop
2/4/6 Via IsideRome, Italy

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