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Gino's Classic Barber Shoppe Expanding to Buckhead with New Location

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Gino's Classic Barber Shoppe Expanding to Buckhead with New Location

The 8-year old Sandy Springs business will set up a new shop in the Monarch Tower office building.

Gino's Classic Barber Shoppe will open a new location in Buckhead by the end of June 2018. General Manager Alex Teyf confirmed the news with What Now Atlanta in a recent phone call.

The new barber shop will be located at 3424 Peachtree Rd. NE in the Monarch Tower office building, just across the street from Lenox Square mall.

The shop will offer haircuts and straight razor shaves from master barbers, same as the first location, which will remain open.

The original Gino's has been open for eight years in Sandy Springs, and the team behind the barber shop has been searching for the right space for a new location for some time now.

Teyf, the son of shop owner Gino Teyf, said that the new space at Monarch Tower offered a unique value.

"Almost every customer I ask says that they found us on Google or Yelp," Teyf said.

"So our new space is in a unique location for a barber shop. It's inside an office building, not street level."

Teyf says that the tucked-away space will allow the new location to offer pricing similar to the original in Sandy Springs, about $35 per haircut.

According to Teyf, the new location will have a large customer base within walking distance and in the Monarch Tower office building itself.

"This location puts us in Buckhead and allows us to offer haircuts from certified Master Barbers at competitive prices."

Gino's Classic Barber Shoppe
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*Correction: an earlier version of this article stated that Gino's Buckhead would associate its name with neighboring restaurant New York Prime for marketing purposes. According to restaurant representatives, Gino's and New York Prime will have no association. (June 8, 2018)

Henri Hollis
Henri Hollis

Henri Hollis is a freelance writer and photographer who specializes in the restaurant industry, as well as a rare native Atlantan. He has worked with local restaurant clients in various PR and marketing capacities for several years and is well-versed in Atlanta’s restaurant, retail and real estate ecosystems.

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