Chateau Barber Shop 1521 3rd St, Napa, CA94559 This barber shop in downtown Napa is close to the Uptown Theatre and specializes in cuts for men and kids. There are…More four hair stations and walk-ins are always welcome.
Lowells Barber Shop 939 Freeway Dr, Napa, CA94558 Lowells Barber Shop is amid the factory outlets located next to the Gap Outlet. The barber shop is a grooming center for…More men and boys. Haircuts for men are $15 and for boys $14. Beard trims are offered for $5. There is a handicap accessible entry.
Gents Barber Shop 2983 Solano Ave, Napa, CA94558 Gents Barber Shop is a modern version of the old fashioned barber shop. With the newly remodelled interior it looks like…More a gentleman's fine lounge. Steve Thayer has owned the business for 25 years.
Trim Barber Shop 2105 W Pueblo Ave, Napa, CA94558 Trim Barber Shop is located next to Pueblo Market. It's that neighborhood barber shop where men come to groom and chat…More with the owner, Michael Geib. Walk-ins are welcome.
Bel Aire Barber Shop 3662 Bel Aire Plz, Napa, CA94558 Bel Aire Barber Shop is a hair salon located next to Whole Foods in Bel Aire Plaza. The barber shop specializes in men's…More hair trimming and shaving. Walk-ins are accepted, but appointments are available as well.
Jim's Barber Shop 2469 Solano Ave, Napa, CA94558 Jim's Barber Shop has been around for nearly 50 years. It's one of those barber shops you may have seen in older black…More and white movies, yet it preserves its authenticity to this day. Men's haircuts, such as flattops and scissor cuts are done the old fashioned way and may include shaves. This is a shop just for men. Father and son come in to glean spiffy looks together. Jimmy M. Magoonis is the proud owner of this Napa vestige.
Barbershop of Napa Valley 3662 Bel Aire Plz, Napa, CA94558 Barbershop of Napa Valley offers traditional men's and boys haircuts. Owned and operated by Bob De Lonzor, a licensed…More barber who specializes in flattops and fades. A little-known fact about barbershops and the revolving pole outside the shop is explained in a plaque below the pole of Barbershop of Napa Valley. The pole has come to represent ther bloody bandages which wrapped around the pole during the procedure. As Bob explains, "it was the [bloody] pole that signified "open for business. Today, only licenced barbers can dislay this symbol. Walk-ins are welcome.