To Joe Grondin, a barbershop is more than a place to get a quality haircut—it’s a welcoming atmosphere where barbers and customers can share a few minutes of good conversation. In 1999, the master barber opened his first Roosters location with the goal of bringing back that classic ideal, pairing modern grooming techniques with an unhurried pace. The staffers at Roosters encourage their clients to see their grooming center as a place to relax, kicking back in the comfy barber chairs during seven-step hot shaves and trading golfing tips as stylists free shirt collars from overgrown ends.
“Great staff make for good haircuts and a good time getting them.”
“The guy who cut my hair (Rick) was fantastic. I highly recommend him.”