A cut above the rest: The quirky Irish hairdressers that turns into a buzzing live music venue at night



Sandwiched in between a hardware store and a pub down a ordinary-looking Dublin street is a tiny orange-painted building.
At first glance it's hard to work out what it functions as - there are guitars and music memorabilia in the window but inside there are rows of sinks.
Abner Browns barbershop may have started out life as a simple hairdressers but it's now one of the most interesting places to visit in Ireland.
While by day patrons come to get their hair cut, at night it turns into a heaving popular music venue.
The establishment was set up in 1966, but three years ago when owner Dave... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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