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Have a cocktail with your cut at new Las Vegas barbershop

Customers can order spirits or a mixed drink at the Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails at the Cosmopolitan.

Want to get buzzed while getting a buzz cut? The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails, which opened recently at the Cosmopolitan, features an old-timey salon with a bar that looks like a Prohibition-era speakeasy.

The salon and lounge are on the first floor of the resort’s Boulevard Tower. Customers enter the vintage barbershop and then head into what looks like a janitor’s closet but leads to the Parlor.

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The decor at the new barbershop at the Cosmopolitan has an old-timey feel.
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It’s a full bar, with lots of whiskey options, and live entertainment.

The barbershop is open 10 a.m. to midnight and offers haircuts for $70, beard trims for $45 and straight razor shaves for $60. Make an appointment online or by calling (702) 698-7434. Walk-ins are welcome too.

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Bartenders prepare cocktails in the Parlor, the speakeasy-themed lounge that adjoins the Cosmopolitan’s new barbershop.
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The drinks menu at the adjoining lounge includes Black Beauty ($17), made with bourbon, honey, lemon juice, Peychaud’s Bitters and strawberry syrup; and the Golden Dram ($17), made with 12-year-old Glenlivet scotch, orange bitters and prosecco.

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The Cosmopolitan’s barbership and lounge are on the first floor of the Boulevard Tower.
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The Parlor opens at 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays.

Info: The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails

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