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What You'll Get
Modern males have approximately 60,000 thoughts per day, almost all of which revolve around whether a barbershop pole is peppermint or spearmint flavored. Taste barbering tradition with today’s Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$15 for an Al Capone special (a $30 value)
- Campbell’s lather and hot-towel shave with a straight razor
- Shampoo and conditioning with Nioxin products
- Haircut and style<p>
$28 for two Al Capone Specials (a $60 value)
Air compressors clean clients during and after service, and all customers get to enjoy a complimentary bottled water during their visit.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Subject to availability. Services must be used by same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About GoodFella's Barbershop
The tingle of Nioxin shampoo on the scalp. The comforting heat of Campbell's lather. The gentle, yet exhilarating scrape of a straight razor against the face's contours. At GoodFella's Barbershop, financier John Young and barber Jeremy Forshee immerse guests in old-fashioned care along with an Italian mob–inspired theme. The co-owners let their love of vintage barbering and gangster films shine through across the shop's two levels, whose walls bear black-and-white mobster photos and exposed-brick details, and whose wood-grain workstations provide ideal backdrops for mustache-flexing competitions.
Services take guests on treks from traditional shampoo bowls to leather-bound swivel chairs, where verbal consultations help barbers to understand each client's desired look. Lather and steaming towels prepare skin for traditional shaves, and complimentary water bottles slake midsession thirst. Each station also features its own air compressor, whose hoses gently sweep fallen hair from even the most staticky polar-bear costume.