Knives typically dull when they're used on hard surfaces, such as a coconut or the guestbook at Stonehenge. Sharpen up with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Cutlery and Knife-Sharpening Services
Sporting knives start at $5 and barber shears start at $20. The shop offers knife-sharpening services for an array of tools, including the blade length of hunting knives ($1.50/in.), ceramic blades ($12), or shears sized 14 inches or above ($20).
Allen and Richard Wattenberg took over the reins at Ross Cutlery in 1964. By that time, the shop was already 34 years old and predominantly dealt with knife-sharpening services. While the brothers and their staff have continued the shop's legacy of fixing up dull knife blades and haircutting tools, they've steadily populated their shelves with professional-grade haircutting tools, sporting knives, collectible swords, and kitchen-cutlery sets from Henckels, Trident, and Forschner. Their 2,300-square-foot shop rests on the ground floor of the Bradbury Building, which is an architectural landmark and the proud father of a rambunctious little parking garage.