As Easy Mo Bee puts it:
A little taste of be-bop sound with the backdrop of doo-wop and this is why we call it the doo-bop.
Got it? Good!
History of 101 Edward Street
Formerly the Youngs Building, 101 Edward Street is now home to the Doo-Bop Jazz Bar. Constructed in 1910, the warehouse precinct that takes in the whole block between Charlotte and Mary Streets was originally developed by Horace Edwin Broughton Young and Charles Ernest Young, then subdivided in 1923.
As a Federation-era warehouse, the building features many early 20th century characteristics such as unrendered brickwork, large wooden beams and fine detailing.
Take a virtual tour of Doo-Bop