Barbershop-Speakeasy Blind Barber Opens At Moxy Times Square

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Moxy Times Square just announced the opening of the newest outpost of Blind Barber, the NYC born barbershop and lounge, in their lobby. With locations in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, this is the first hotel location for the barbershop-speakeasy and first permanent retail collaboration for the hotel.

“We are thrilled to partner with Moxy to bring Blind Barber’s brand of hospitality right to the heart of Times Square. The opportunity to bring our services to a wide range of guests from around the world as well giving our local NYC customers a convenient, new outpost to visit is something we are super excited about,” said Adam Kirschenbaum, co-owner of Blind Barber, along with Jeff Laub, Josh Boyd and Matt Breen.

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Blind Barber at Moxy Times Square is a four-chair destination, offering up a lineup of unisex grooming services, products, and of course cocktails. Guests and NYC locals can expect to experience Blind Barber’s classic haircuts, beard trims, signature Hangover Treatment and exclusive blow-dry, and styling services. Remaining on par with their cocktail inspired theme, the newly launched blow-dry services are offered “on the rocks,” providing waves and texture, or “neat” keeping hair sleek and smooth.

However, Blind Barber has created a concept that goes well beyond cuts, shaves and cocktails, with the goal of bringing barbershop camaraderie back in style. Since the brand opened their first location in 2010 in New York’s East Village, it has quickly solidified its position among the top brands in the grooming industry. In April 2018, Blind Barber announced that Bryce Harper, one of the most-watched professional baseball talents in the world, signed on as a partner in the company with his own signature line of products launching in the fall.

Blind Barber at Moxy Times Square is open daily from 10:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. Reservations are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome.