Shirt Bar is exactly what the name suggests: half of the premises is a shirt shop (both mens and womens), and half of it is dedicated to drinks. Just make sure you don't spill your drinks on your/their shirts.
The whole bar is themed. You will find the left over shirt fabrics used as cushions and light covers; you might even find yourself eating on one of the sewing tables.
For those who love their whisky, (let's face it guys, you are there to either have strong 'manly' drinks or shirts or coffee) there is a whole rack of quality whisky. Some of the whisky go up to $40.
I went there late on a Wednesday night just as the bar was about to close. So I only ordered a glass of red wine ($12, Shiraz). Nevertheless, the bar tender was friendly and helpful.
The menu there has some finger food such as salami, and cheese platter. Whisky, Rum, Coffee, Beer. They have a variety of Whisky and Coffee. Sadly, I wandered into the bar too late and they had already cleaned their coffee machine.
This is sort of a place where you can drink and shop. Any one who likes to blend being a shopoholic and an alcoholic should be mindful of their drinks/shopping impulses. The shirts are handmade in Australia so their quality is high, but so is their price.
This bar is 'tucked' away in a little lane, but you will have no trouble spotting a group of businessmen on a Friday night. On a not so busy Wednesday night, I was fortunate enough to meet the shirt designer herself.
I recommend anyone who works in Wynard or City area to go check it out if you have the need to buy a new shirt and mingle with other 'suits'.