Gambuzza’s Barbershop opens second location in Cedar Park

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The barbershop offers haircut services for men and boys and specializes in old-school Italian barbering. (Courtesy Gambuzza's Barbershop)

The barbershop offers haircut services for men and boys and specializes in old-school Italian barbering. (Courtesy Gambuzza's Barbershop)

Gambuzza’s Barbershop opened its Cedar Park location June 15 at at 5001 Toll 183A, Ste. G400, Cedar Park.

This is the second-ever location for the joint venture between Frank Gambuzza, founder of Gambuzza's Barbershop in Tennessee, and Gordan Logan, the founder and CEO of Sport Clips Haircuts, according to a June 15 news release. The first location is at 200 University Blvd., Ste. 510, Round Rock.


The barbershop offers haircut services for men and boys and specializes in old-school Italian barbering, according to the release. The shop will also have a beverage bar with root beer, shuffleboard and games to play while waiting. Currently, the barbershop is not offering beard trims or luxury shaves.

Manager Amy Rutherford said clients are required to wear face masks, sanitize hands and keep 6 feet apart in the waiting area. Temperatures are checked upon arrival, and appointments are encouraged. The barbershop is offering $20 off services for new clients. 512-220-0177. www.gambuzzas.com
By Taylor Girtman
After interning with Community Impact Newspaper in 2019, Taylor Girtman became a reporter for the Cedar Park and Leander edition in Feb. 2020. She covers Leander ISD and the Cedar Park and Leander city councils.


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