A customer reclines in an old-fashioned leather and wooden barber chair with his feet propped up on a plush pedestal as owner Adam Ramos indulges his face with a straight-razor shave. It's a vocation Adam has learned to appreciate after being raised by a long line of barbers and stylists. After partnering with one of his scissors-handed mentors, Connie, the two set up a shop to replicate the sophistication and gentility of early 20th-century barbershops.
Dark, hardwood floors, an old metal cash register, and large wood cabinets fill the retro-chic space with a sense of nostalgia. The shop strives to combine old-world charm with modern techniques and services. At the end of the day, Virile Barber & Shop is a comfortable place where men can get a haircut, shave, or manicure among the rich scents of wood and leather-bound mustaches.