Now Open: Roosters Men’s Grooming Center

by Karen Goff June 3, 2016 at 11:30 am 12 Comments

Roosters at Reston Town Center

Roosters Men’s Grooming Center, the latest in a series of men’s salons to open in the past year in Reston, is now taking clients on Market Street at Reston Town Center.

The salon opened last month in a previously unfinished space at 11990 Market St., on the ground floor of Midtown Condominiums. Roosters joins PR Barbers, which opened last fall on Market Street, and North Point Barber Shop, new to North Point in May.

Roosters at Reston Town CenterRoosters, a national franchise, is offering high-end grooming just for men, including hair cuts and “color camouflage,” beard trims, head shaving, hot towel shaves and more.

Roosters says it aims to combine the “charm and comfort of of an old school barbershop updated for the modern man.”

Some of the special offerings: Roosters Club Cut ($45); Signature 7-Step Facial Shave ($38); Head Shave ($45); and Camouflage (gray blending, $40).

Roosters’ hours are Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Fridays, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call (571) 325-2888 or visit Roosters website for an appointment.

  • Mike M

    Shave and a hair cut, . . .
    Eighty-three bucks!

  • Chuck Morningwood

    “Roosters, a national franchise, is offering high-end AND HIGH-PRICED grooming just for men…”
    I fixed that for ya.

    • John Farrell

      Somebody needs to tell Roosters that the Great Falls Village Center is 6 miles to the northeast.

  • AKA Cock Grooming

    I guess since we’re elite now we ought to start dropping $45 on a haircut, huh?

  • compactdisqus

    If I’m getting the charm and comfort of an old school barbershop, I’d like the price of an old school barbershop as well.
    For these prices, I want the charm and comfort of a high end barbershop…beer, food, hot tub…!

  • Matt Cash

    Larry, the owner, is very nice. Billy also did a great job on my cut.

  • Man

    Or, be a real man and get a haircut and a beard trim for $20 bucks at the Lake Anne barber. Cash only.

  • John Farrell

    But will they validate my parking?!

  • Victoria Shockey

    Umm. My husband went there Thursday for the first time after hearing good things about Roosters and received the worst haircut of his life. He explained how he wanted his hair cut and the older women did exactly the opposite (she seemed to not understand English). The resulting cut is reminiscent of my brother’s Army haircut when he was drafted during the Vietnam War. He is now wearing baseball caps all the time. And it cost $45! Beware.

    • Mike M

      This an elite community. Exactly what more did your husband expect for a paltry $45! Seriously, you can get what he got at South Lakes Hair Cuttery for $18.

      • Tom

        There’s a Hair Cuttery in North Point Village Center too.

    • Chuck Morningwood

      At least he didn’t have to pay for parking. Of course, that’s going to change in the nit to distant future.


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