In our eyes, an unapologetic picky taste is a good trait to have. It forces you to seek authenticity in every part of your life, which tends to lead to some interesting discoveries. To us, there's nothing more interesting and authentic than vintage American style: it is rich with some of the most inspiring and badass aesthetics on this planet. And no one is known better for keeping that alive in Greenpoint, Brooklyn than Tomcats Barbershop. Not surprisingly, Tomcats is also known for the several Harley-Davidson motorcycles constantly parked upfront. Tomcats Barbershop is pompadours and the classic american styles that rely on copious amounts of pomade. Retro is the new modern.
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Classic cuts from the roaring 20s to the Rockabilly 50s. All the chaos of the Dakota Gold Rush, straight razor shaves, color for the ladies and unforgettable conversation. Free Beer.
Open Mon-Sat: 11-9,
Via “THE SELVEDGE YARD” i found TOMCATS BARBERSHOP filmed & curated by RELIC. the film was done for the “HARLEY-DAVIDSON presents THE RIDEBOOK” project. full of authentic vintage american styles: american hairstyles meet american motorcycles. Read more... »
James Lano, is a creative living. He is working in and around Orlando, Florida. He was the one in charge of video editing of Tomcats Barbershop Trailer. Check out his portfolio page dedicated to that project for behind the scenes additional photography. Read more... »
Sartorially concerned men and women from across the city - and from several other countries - are making their way to Tomcats Barbershop in Greenpoint for retro, now modern, haircuts. Tomcats grew out of rough plans etched out on a cocktail napkin 4-1/2 years ago. Read more... »
But before tucking into any of Brooklyn’s hipster hangouts, you need the look. Start with a haircut at Tomcats Barbershop in Greenpoint. It’s not just the Pabst cooler or the interesting selection of magazines scattered about the waiting nook that make it cool Read more... »
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Sacred Youth. Several blind men approach an elephant, each begins to describe the elephant based on what they touch. One claims the elephant is much like a tree trunk, another claims it's much like a long hose, and so on. Relic is a lot like that elephant. Visit Relic... »
If you are planning on visiting us it's advisable to call ahead for an appointment. We got some beer in case you need to wait. Please don't forget it's cash only!