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Roosters Men’s Grooming at Reston Town Center Opens May 13

by Karen Goff April 28, 2016 at 11:30 am 5 Comments

Roosters/Courtesy RoostersReston Town Center will get a second salon dedicated to men when Roosters Men’s Grooming Center opens at 11990 Market St. on May 13.

Owners Amy and Larry Hall of Ashburn are the owners of nearby local Roosters franchises in Loudoun County. They say Reston, particularly in the ground floor if the Midtown Condominium, is a great spot for their store.

“We were met with such an overwhelmingly positive response when we opened our locations in Ashburn and Leesburg that our dream of opening an additional location in Reston Town Center is now becoming a reality,” the Halls said in a release. “We are thrilled to become active members of the Fairfax business community.”

This will be the second salon dedicated to men’s haircuts, shaves and other treatments that opened at RTC in the last year. A few blocks down Market St. is PR Barbers, formerly Joe Grooming.

Roosters aims to offer modern services in an environment reminiscent of an old-style barbershop. The interior features oversized leather barber chairs in eight barber stations with personal shampoo bowls. 

Services include beard trims and head and facial shaves with hot steam towels, deep cleansing facial massages, moisturizing lotions and high-end hair and skin care products for men. Some of the grooming lines Rooster’s features include Billy Jealousy and Edwin Jagger.

Roosters says military, police, fire, EMS, and county employeesreceive special “hero” discounts. All guests are automatically enrolled in the Roosters’ loyalty program and earn points toward discounted services with every visit.

To celebrate the grand opening, Roosters will partner with the Road Warrior Foundation, an organization that provides adventures to improve the lives of veterans and empower them through challenges that honor their service, Amy Hall said.

The store will give a portion of its proceeds during the May 13 Grand Opening event to support the foundation.

The Grand Opening ribbon cutting is May 13 at 4 p.m.

Roosters hours will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday ad Saturday; and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.

To schedule an appointment call 571.325.2888 or visit RoostersMGC.com to book online. They have a free mobile App — search for “Roosters MGC” in the app store. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Roosters/file photo

  • MJay

    Might want to start compiling a list of RTC businesses that will validate parking… Along those lines, would business validation work on the kiosks since many people might opt to forgo the app? Also interested in how the parking/validation issue will affect this local chain.

    • Karen Goff

      That’s all an ongoing story. Who is validating and for how much has not been worked out yet. Though several large chains say they are in: Crunch Fitness, BArcelona, Bar Taco among them

    • Chuck Morningwood

      I don’t see how validation would work. You’re using an app for parking; not a ticket.

      • John Higgins

        From what we’ve heard, license plate number is the common element. Those paying at the kiosk will have to enter their number to avoid a bill in the mail. If so, a validation ticket, e.g. $2 credit, could be inserted at the kiosk, accompanied by entry of the license number, the amount due would be reduced no matter how one pays. (Much how the booths at Dulles work.). Just thinking about this makes me dizzy. I love the tech approach, but I have visions of much confusion and frustration ahead

        If anyone has experience with this system elsewhere, there is an eager audience for your comments.

  • Amy Hall

    Hi, I am the owner of Roosters and I’m happy to let folks know that there is ample FREE parking in the garage beneath our retail center. The paid parking situation relates to the older part of the center. We will be excited to see you all at Roosters soon!


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