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Well this doesn't really qualify as Restaurants or Entertainment, but I thought it was the best forum fit.  Where is a good place to get a good men's haircut. I'd like to stay under $30 bucks if I can. I live downtown but will head out to the burbs for one. I am a young guy so I am usually more into a stylist that knows how to use a pair of scissors rather than a barber or chain chop shop that just uses a razor and treats your head like a piece of meat, ha ha.

 

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I know how you feel. My guy friends are flabbergasted when I tell them how much I pay. They all go to SuperCuts.

 

Is Dino Palmieri still open in the Warehouse District?

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My former Sunday school teacher runs a high-class gig in Willoughby, and I know several men and women who think she does an amazing job.

 

Catherine's Studio

38138 W Spaulding St

Willoughby, OH 44094

(440) 953-0663‎

 

Personally, I go to a barber. I don't let anyone under 60 cut my hair. And I'll never go to anyone who calls himself a stylist. Or pay more than $20. That's just me.

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I'm a bit schizo when it comes to my hair - sometimes I'm in the mood for a barber cut and shave, other times I want the salon treatment.  The two places I frequent are on the west side, but not a ridiculous distance from downtown.

 

First, the barber - Sean Gormley, (The Irish Barber) on Center Ridge in Rocky River - traditional barber shop, straight razor, and hot shaving cream kind of place, always busy.

 

Second, the salon - The Reagle Beagle, on Detroit Ave in western Lakewood - it's a salon with bar and flat screen TV's, where you can sip a Guinness or whatever, get a haircut and chair massage, and not spend a ridiculous amount of money. (216) 228-9677  www.reaglebeagle.net

 

On the HealthLine, there's La Barberia di Laura near the Euclid/Mayfield intersection - more salon than barber shop despite the name.  www.labarberiainc.com

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I love the Barber College. My office used to look out over it...I loved watching the fist fights and tom foolery.  I have no idea where they get those guys from. I like the head teacher too. Could be a Munster. I actually got a few good hair cuts there,  but then the girl that did a good job graduated. I tried to find her but could not.

 

I have heard nothing but good things about the reagle beagle

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Marino's on Euclid, across from CSU.  It is a barbershop.  Both guys (father and son) do an excellent job.  They also do shoe shines, shaves, and the like.  Next door is Cousin's Cigars- one of the best tobacconists in Greater Cleveland.  I recommend the whole shebang for a manly Saturday afternoon.

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Second, the salon - The Reagle Beagle, on Detroit Ave in western Lakewood - it's a salon with bar and flat screen TV's, where you can sip a Guinness or whatever, get a haircut and chair massage, and not spend a ridiculous amount of money. (216) 228-9677 www.reaglebeagle.net

 

Any man's barbershop worth its weight in salt should not have a website! 

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I go to a guy in the Rockefeller bldg in the Whse District. He does a great job thats why I go...honest ( its not because he keeps Playboys for perusal )

 

I second rockefeller playboy guy.

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Ecclipse Hair in eastgate in mayfield heights.  You said you would go to the burbs...so here it is...best hair stylist in town, he travels to chicago, toronto, NYC to give seminars...his shop looks like it from Europe.  You dont have to get too fancy and it wont be $30.00 just call and make an appointment.

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Second, the salon - The Reagle Beagle, on Detroit Ave in western Lakewood - it's a salon with bar and flat screen TV's, where you can sip a Guinness or whatever, get a haircut and chair massage, and not spend a ridiculous amount of money. (216) 228-9677 www.reaglebeagle.net

 

This place is worth trying - the house special, complete with head and neck massage, is worth it.  Not to metion the free beer and TV in front of you.

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Checkout Downtown 530. It's in the Euclid Arcade across from fitworks. The guy there is more of a stylist than a typical barber. I think he charges $18.

 

Tried this guy the other day and was happy with the cut. I think it's the Colonial Marketplace Arcade, though.

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I would second Zen. I'm not a fan of Marino's. I used to go while I was in grad school at CSU because it was convenient, but they seem to do one cut for everyone (i.e. short and square), and it wasn't particularly flattering on me.

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ahh. men's hair. the one place where its easy to catch a bargain in nyc. i pay $4 at a barber school. but then again i only need a #1 clipper cut all over, so why pay a lot?

 

generally i prefer brothers to cut my hair, they know this kind of cut w/o me having to explain a thing....i hate having to sing a song to the other borat-type barbers where they look at you crazy if you don't want to keep a big head of macho hair.  :laugh:

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