Barber of Hell's Bottom is happy to bill itself as "a salon for gentlemen," and regular patrons attest to the place's suave, yet understated elegance. When you visit this men's salon near Hodge on 7th, you'll appreciate the aesthetics of the place: exposed brick walls (painted white), exposed ductwork, and lots of natural hardwood. Vintage tile on the floors, vintage barber chairs, and vintage frames around the mirrors give the place a sense of atmosphere and refinement.
But, of course, it's the quality of the haircuts that matters most here. (Other services include shaves, beard trims, single-process color, and gray blending.) Returning patrons direct praise toward the reliability and consistency of the barbershop's stylists, who "combine time-honored traditions with modern scissor techniques," according to the Barber of Hell's Bottom website.
Barber of Hell's Bottom
818 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001
December 9, 2015 | No Comments