Modern males have approximately 60,000 thoughts per day, almost all of which revolve around whether a barbershop pole is peppermint or spearmint flavored. Let your locks lose their thinking caps with today’s Groupon to minibar.ber.shop in Scottsdale. Choose from the following options:
- For $11, you get a haircut package (a $22 value).
- For $15, you get a haircut package and a $10 food credit (a $32 total value).
- For $30, you get three haircut packages (a $66 value).
- For $39, you get three haircut packages and three $10 food credits (a $96 total value).<p>
Each haircut package includes:
* A men’s haircut with a hot towel neck shave and eyebrow trim (a $20 value)
* A beer (a $2 value)
The modern barbers at minibar.ber.shop groom manly manes with old-school cuts in a sleek monochromatic space that doubles as a café and bar. Patrons sweep past a modern storefront decked with glass and black-painted wood to check in at a gleaming, white reception desk. In the lounge to the left, bar stools beckon bodies to compete in spinning contests or peruse a menu of brews such as Bud, Heineken, or Guinness. Once called, hairholders tote their brew to a barber’s chair for A Shot haircut package, during which stylists snip rogue locks and shape ‘dos with Malin+Goetz product.
After the cut, a hot towel softens necks and Proraso imported Italian shaving cream coats rough stubble for a smooth, clean shave. Finally, an eyebrow trim tames facial caterpillars so they won’t blossom into a distracting flock of butterflies during the middle of a board meeting. Newly groomed heads who opt for a food credit can also slink into the café’s long booth and to order up light fare crafted by Vincent on Camelback’s kitchen savants, including assorted sandwiches ($8) or a tuscany salad ($9).
Patrons sip from glasses of beer and sake martinis while waiting to get haircuts and six-towel straight-razor face shaves. But at minibar.ber.shop, waiting for a barber appointment doesn't mean flipping through last October's issue of Hockey Pucks! magazine. It means sampling more than a dozen beers, listening to music, and sinking teeth into prosciutto-brie paninis. In the VIP room, clients kick back for hot-towel shaves and soothing facials with an arsenal of entertainment devices at their disposal: a 42-inch HDTV, streaming internet radio, and four regular walls—the 19th century equivalent of TV. The barbershop's playful signature services reflect its ethos, including its moustache trim—dubbed the geraldo—and its beard trim known as the zz top.