ince 1913 Paul Molé Barber Shop has kept generations of men well groomed on the upper eastside of Manhattan. Grandfathers and grandsons alike return for haircuts that suit tots and teens to NYC tycoons.
Aged wood trimmings, leather-and-chrome barber chairs, antique barber poles, and shop heirlooms compliment the modern day luxuries, like two flat-screen TV’s and complimentary cappuccino served upon each gentlemen’s arrival.
At Paul Molé, a man can have his whiskers shaven away while a manicurist tends to his cuticles. Our classic shave is a nostalgic treat with steaming hot towels, layers of shaving cream, and a platinum blade that is likely to keep away your unwanted facial hair well into the next day.
After nearly a century in business, Paul Molé can truly be associated with all the old school barber traditions that have kept the business alive throughout the ages. When you walk up the stairs at Paul Molé, it is like taking a step back in time. Autographed
black-and-white photos of actors and other celebrities from the past and present line the walls.
Throughout the years Paul Molé Barbershop has catered to many famous clients including John Steinbeck, William F. Buckley, Henry Fonda, Bette Davis, John F. Kennedy Jr., Joe DiMaggio, Art Carney, and the list goes on. In respect for our current clienteles’ privacy we refrain from listing their names; however, do not be surprised when you look over at the next chair to see your favorite actor, musician, newscaster, sports player, political figure, or business leader.
Allow our barbers to welcome you to great services in a truly relaxing men’s atmosphere.