Eureka Rebellion Trading

Closed Permanently

After spending nine years in North America, Anthony Allayialis returned to our shores with a vision of a strip mall housing his favourite things: tattoos, barbershops, heavy metal vinyl and, of course, some hot sauce for his tacos. He couldn’t find one, so he did the next best thing – opened his own two-level store that ticks off everything on his list.

Situated down the Alexandra Parade end of Smith Street, Eureka Rebellion Trading is an easy way to lose track of time on your lunch break. Dig through vinyl that ranges from the hold-your-hand 60s pop to head-banging metal, or sample the collection of hot sauces imported from around the globe. Just up the stairs, tattoo artists Corey Schoermer and Adrian Monello overlook the shop while busily putting ink to skin, while below a barbershop delivers silky-smooth cut-throat shaves and greased-up rockabilly dos.

A shop for all kinds of gentlemen (and not-so gentle men), Eureka Rebellion Trading has got what you need, with a side of hot sauce.

Updated: July 5th, 2017

We do not seek or accept payment from the cafes, restaurants, bars and shops listed in the Directory – inclusion is at our discretion. Venue profiles are written by independent freelancers paid by Broadsheet.