Starting my own business, as a former immigrant and Latino, was about more than setting myself up to become financially independent: it was also about doing what I love to do while having fun. My wife and I noticed an opportunity to bring a different kind of barber shop experience to our lakeside town in North Carolina, based on the idea that getting a well-done haircut at a barber shop does not have to be a boring experience.
A Barber’s Cafe & Bar just opens doors to ours customers to deliver the best experience. Our goal, as a minority owned Latino company, is to provide both a superior customer experience and tremendous value for our customers. We have a wide variety of personal care products, including from minority or immigrant owned businesses. This is a way to support small companies, and even shop for personal care products.
Alex has years of experience in the barber’s field and is passionate about exceeding your expectations. We want to give you a different perspective when going to the barber. We want you to enjoy being here and share some drinks with us. See Less
I am an naturalized American citizen, and I am also a proud immigrant from Venezuela! Many Hispanic entrepreneurs in this country are like me: economically disadvantaged immigrants who came to the U.S. to pursue the American Dream. Many immigrants and Latinos were fleeing difficult situations at home like dictatorships in Venezuela or Cuba; civil wars in Colombia, Nicaragua, or El Salvador; drug cartel violence and economic crisis in Mexico; or natural disasters like Puerto Ricans after Hurricane Maria. Whatever our motivation, we have come to the U.S. and qui