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Tony Barber House Opens New Barbershop In Saigon’s District 7

Saigon’s District 7 is finally picking up its game in the men’s grooming arena with the opening of another popular barbershop brand in the neighbourhood.

Tony Barber House has opened its second location in District 7 just off the busy Nguyen Thi Thap Street.

Tony Barber House opened its first barbershop just minutes from the Pham Ngu Lao backpacker neighbourhood in District 1 back in 2018.

Since then, the business has gone from strength-to-strength and has gained a loyal following in that time with their professional services and amazing range of locally and internationally-made pomade brands.

The District 7 location features five barber’s chairs like their flagship shop, so in true Tony Barber House style, they’ll have you looking sharp in no time.

The new Tony Barber House draws some design similarities with its District 1 location, including its large show wall featuring those fabulous pomades, but this one somehow feels more refined and ‘gentlemanly’ with its walnut-coloured wooden furniture and finishes along with its rich-looking deep green-painted walls.

The crew at Tony Barber House continue to keep prices very affordable with cuts at VND120,000, plain shaves at VND90,000 and hot shaves at VND120,000.

But why not just go for the combo cut and hot shave for VND220,000.

The opening of Tony Barber House is great news for gents living and working in District 7, an area that has taken way too long in picking up the slack in catering for the discerning gentleman’s grooming needs.

Tony Barber House is at 141A Street 79, District 7, HCMC and is open daily from 10am.

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonybarberhoused7/ | Website: http://vnbarbershop.com/

Comments (1)

  1. […] Tony Barber House continues to keep prices very affordable with cuts at VND120,000, plain shaves at VND90,000 and hot shaves at VND120,000. […]

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