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Welcome to Frank’s Old Town Barber Shop

Come experience the type of barbershop you may have visited growing up. From the smells of talcum powder and hair tonic to the freshness of hot towels and lather this is truly a traditional barber shop experience.

Frank Salamone is a 1967 Graduate of Dallas Barber College and has been providing men's haircuts for 50 years in the DFW area. Frank is one of the few traditional barbers still around in the metroplex and takes tremendous pride in the fine art of classic barbering. Frank will listen to how you want your hair cut and takes his time to make sure your hair is tapered correctly and that your sideburns are even and the neckline is straight. All haircuts are finished with a straight razor neck shave using hot lather and towels.



Barber Shop Hours

Working by appointment only until furter notice. Book an appointment now
  • SUN & MON



    9:00am - 6:00pm


    9:00am - 6:00pm


    1:00pm - 6:00pm


    9:00am - 6:00pm


    8:00am - 3:00pm

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Barber Shop Services


Regular Haircuts

Experince a traditonal haircut with scrissors and clippers and a old fashion neck shave.


First Responders Haircuts

For our military and first responders enjoy a discounted price on your hair cut. I appeariacte your service.


Senior Haircuts

Special prices for customers over the age of 60.


Old Fashion Shaves

Old fashion straight razor shaves with hot lather and hot towels. Only avaliable if there is not a large number of guest waiting.


Beard Trims

Offering beard trims ($16) and neck shaves ($16) to get you cleaned up and on your way. $24 For both a Beard Trim and Neck Shave.

Hair Cut Repairs

Did your last haircut not go as you had planned? Frank offers haircut repairs to get you back on track.

Contact & Directions

Happy Customers

Great haircut in a historical building. Frank's 50 year experience was evident- he really knows how to cut hair and does it at a fair price.

- Pat McNiece

Frank does a very good job. He even fixed a couple of bad haircuts I got at other places.

- Phil Stevens

Frank is a fantastic barber. WOW! Super experience! Can't say how pleased I was. Well worth price and trip. You won't regret it!

- Ronald Russell

Best barber I've been to in a long time.

- Richard Hamb

Best old fashion barber in the area. Two Thumbs up!! He will listen to what you want and cut it that way, not his way.

- Berry Chastain

He Comes by the Barber Trade Naturally...

Oak Cliff Tribune

March 2, 1964

Fourteen-year-old Frankie Salamone joins his mother, grandmother and uncle in a practice shaving session. He is the youngest student at Dallas Barber College, 116 West Jefferson, and hopes to earn enough funds from hair cutting to pay his way through college. He wants to enter journalism. The victim here is, Lucky Mosley, a barber since 1954 and the two women are Mrs. Maurine Edwards, left, who cuts men’s hair on weekends and holidays, and Mrs. EstherFreeman, mother of Mrs. Edwards and Mr. Mosley, who started scissoring last September.