New barbershop to open in Cedar Park

Cedar Park Barbershop will open in Liberty Plaza in June, according to the owner. (Brian Perdue/Community Impact Newspaper)
Cedar Park Barbershop will open in Liberty Plaza in June, according to the owner. (Brian Perdue/Community Impact Newspaper)

Cedar Park Barbershop will open in Liberty Plaza in June, according to the owner. (Brian Perdue/Community Impact Newspaper)

Cedar Park Barbershop is under construction and is scheduled to open in in early June at 401 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. 300, Cedar Park. Owner Steve Wilson said March 19 that despite coronavirus concerns, the shop still plans to open at that time.

Located in Liberty Plaza, the barbershop will offer only four services, according to its website: haircut ($30), beard trim ($20, $10 with haircut), hot shave with straight razor ($40) and head shave with straight razor ($40).


Since it is licensed as a Texas barbershop, only licensed barbers can work there, according to the website. The barbershop will not have a phone, but customers may make appointments online or by walking in, Wilson said. www.cedarparkbarbershop.com


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