The Modern Man Barber Shop Coupons and Deals
The barber shop is one of the last places left where men can get a close shave, swap stories, and share tips on animal husbandry. Enjoy the shop talk with this Groupon. $12 for a Men's Cut or Straight-Razor Shave (Up to $24 Value) After sipping a complimentary Snake River Stampede whisky, James Oliver rye, beer, or coffee, gents settle in for a modern cut with clippers and shears or a close, classic straight-razor shave.
The Fine Print
Limit 2 offers per person; 2 additional as gifts. Valid at the Hawthorne (4538 SE Hawthorne Blvd) or Alberta (5018 NE 22nd Ave) location. Appointment required; 24-hour cancellation notification required, or you may forfeit the promotional value of your offer. Valid for 1 Modern Cut with clippers/shears ($24 value) or 1 Classic Straight Razor Shave with hot towel ($24 value) for 1 person only. Allow 45 minutes for service. Includes complimentary beverage (beer, whiskey, Scotch, coffee, or soda), and a cigar or tobacco. You must be of legal drinking age to redeem a Google Offer for alcohol. Offer value may be applied toward upgrade.
Looking fine isn’t just for the gals—guys can transform from shaggy to dapper dandy at The Modern Man Barber Shop. This shrine to manly sophistication is the perfect place to transport back in time and get groomed at an authentic 1920s-inspired establishment. You’re greeted with a tumbler of whiskey or scotch (or a complimentary drink of your choice) from the bar before settling in for a classic haircut with clippers and shears or a hot towel straight razor shave. Before you leave, peruse their gentlemanly supplies for an assortment of colognes, pomades, shaving kits, and more to keep up your new style at home, and don’t forget your complimentary cigar or tobacco on your way out the door. Whether you emerge clean-shaven or freshly cut—the ladies won’t stand a chance. You loved these deals so much in 2012, we’re bringing them back. Kick off 2013 right with more of your favorite offers, like general admission for two at Portland Art Museum and The Waffle Window.