Butchers & Barbers is definitely a bar, but it's also a restaurant, and a fairly serious one at that. The decor is pure vintage fantasy with a barber-shop theme — there's a barber chair when you walk in, framed vintage men's dopp kits adorn the walls, and filament bulbs hang from meat hooks. The dark wood and stained-glass accents give the place a turn-of-the-century vibe (not this past turn, the one before that). You half expect the bartender to call his customers "guv'na." Read our full review.
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The men at the table next to mine are having a hard time with the everything-is-meant-to-be-shared mantra that the waiter's pushing. "I understand how you'd share a charcuterie plate," one of them says, "but how do you share a burge...