A barber’s shop is a place where you go to get the haircut of your dreams, and this is no different for the Milwaukee-based barbershop.
Milwaukee is known for being one of the city’s few barbershops where a barber is free to go to the barbers and make a change to his or her hair.
But, now a barbers shop is opening on the corner of 12th and Wacker Drive.
The barbers have started with three haircuts, but they are expanding to a fourth.
The new shop is called Barber Shop, and the owner is Pat Shafer.
“This is the first of its kind in the city of Milwaukee,” said Shafer, who is also the owner of The Barber Shop.
“We’re opening up at 12th Avenue and Wackers, so people can come here, and get the service they want.
It’s going to be a great place to get a haircut.”
Pat Shafer is the owner and founder of Barber Shop barbers, which is on the east side of the Wacker and 12th streets.
It will be a bar that is open to the public.
Pat Shafers barbers are on the west side of 1211 Wacker.
Pat Shafer says he was approached by a woman who wanted to change her hair for a few days, but she was too busy getting her hair done for a job interview.
Shafer said he had been making a lot of changes to his hair for years.
Pat’s barbers is located at 1211 S.
PatShafer says he is not just making a change for his clients, but for his community.
“It’s a great barbership for Milwaukee,” he said.
“I feel like Milwaukee is the most liberal city in America, so it’s going a little bit different than other cities.”
Shafer’s bar will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to make sure that the barber does not run out of space.
Shafer said they want to be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and it will be the first barbers that will be on the street from 9:30 a.g. to 6 p.g., which means customers can make appointments before their barber arrives.
Shafers shop is in the process of opening up to the community.
The doors are open for business for now.