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Tequilla? Gin? Vodka? Whisky? What’s your poison?! I love a good cocktail! There are the basics, the “Sex on the Beach,” “Blue Lagoon,” etc. at Thirsty Barbers!

Sometimes it gets a bit boring, and I am one whose taste buds always hunt for new and exciting flavours!

Malta's Top Talked About Cocktail Bar

“A cocktail done right can really show your guests that you care.” – Danny Meyer

Malta's Top Talked About Cocktail Bar

When moving to Malta, is all about sun, food and drinks! We found this hidden treasure named “The Thirsty Barber“.

San Giljan, located on Ball Street, is Malta’s first prohibition-style bar. In the Roaring Twenties, a law prohibiting alcohol was set. Speakeasies were hidden sections selling alcohol. Tommy Sours It is so hard to choose a favourite. You go to the bar, and they customize a cocktail for you, asking whether you like it sweet or sour, what type of liqueur, and bam!

It’s so magical and has excellent service! I had the last over, and I ended up having about 5! So good! The attention to detail, each cocktail you want to enjoy fully!

Malta's Top Talked About Cocktail Bar

Owners Matthew D’Emanuele, James Stanton, and George Adade have worked hard to create this exciting concept through their Maltese company, Intheneedfor Ltd, an entity within Malta.

They are determined that every guest has a fantastic experience when visiting The Thirsty Barber.

Malta's first 1920's prohibition style  - Jadine Arnold

“In the 1930s, anyone of any sophisticated status owned a cocktail shaker. Distinctive ones are easy to find”-. Roger Stone

Behind the allure of “The Thirsty Barber” are the visionaries Matthew D’Emanuele, James Stanton, and George Adade of Intheneedfor Ltd. Their dedication to creating an enchanting 1920s-inspired experience is evident in every detail, ensuring every guest feels the sophistication and excitement of that era.

So, next time you’re in Malta, step into the world of “The Thirsty Barber” and immerse yourself in a bygone era where the art of cocktail making was not just a trend but a symbol of elegance and class.

The 1930s, a cocktail shaker was a mark of sophistication. At “The Thirsty Barber,” they’re not just making drinks; they’re reviving an entire sophisticated culture, one delightful cocktail at a time.

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