Cianfrocca's Master Barbering & Shaving is a new classic American barber shop in the north end of Carrollwood's beautiful North Pointe Plaza anchored by Publix and Walmart at the intersection of Bearss and North Dale Mabry.
With more than 25 years in Tampa behind the chair, Manager John Najarian is an expert at every kind of manly cut -- conservative business styles, military and municipal regulation haircuts (including Flattops and "high regs") and even slick Pompadours, Cadillacs and other retro styles. Of course, we are skilled at contemporary mens hairstyles as well.
Most cuts are $15 (walk-in).
Straight razor shaves $25 (by appointment).
Kids cuts $12.
Gift certificates available.
Hours 8-8 Monday thru Friday. Saturday 8-6.
How We Roll
What is the difference between the traditional barber shop and the "SuperSams?" Just that: Tradition.
A two-year-old boy gets his first haircut at our shop, we put a lock of his hair in a little bag and staple it to his fancy "First Haircut" certificate. His parents are delighted and takes his photo on the horsey chair that's older than his great-great-grandfather. Time goes by. The boy grows. At six years old, he has long since gotten to know us. He runs into the shop excited to see us (and he wants that lollipop after the cut).As we grow older, the boy grows too. We see his first baseball trophy. We see his first black eye. ("You should see the other kid!") His dad tells us about his first girlfriend. We tease him and he gets mad at us. We give him a trim when he goes to his first dance and eventually for his senior prom. The boy goes off to college. He comes to see us during summer break, tells us about his grades, and that he can't find anyone to cut his hair the way we do. He graduates college. He comes to us, because he needs to look sharp for his big interview.
Time goes by. He is getting married now, and of course his wedding haircut is"'on the house... for luck." When his child is born, we know because he runs into the shop (in a hurry as usual) and gives us cigars..."It's a boy!" Time passes...When his Dad is "laid up" at the V.A. Hospital, one of us barbers takes his gear and goes up there to cut the old man's hair.
Then, when his son is about two years old, he brings him in for his first haircut. Tradition.