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Spa-inspired luxuries and man cave amenities create a unique grooming experience.


    Leather reclining sofa offers a welcoming moment of relaxation.


    Complimentary craft beer, bourbon, water, wine, coffee and tea.


    Elevate your experience and your senses with our luxury massage chair.


    Bayfield Billiards table with pearlized diamond-shaped rail sights.


    High-definition smart TV with 200+ channels and X-Box Live.


    Free and reliable high-speed internet for business of pleasure.

Leather Recliners

Equipped with cupholders and charging ports, our leather reclining sofa offers guests a moment of relaxation before their service.

Bourbon, Beer & Wine

All guests are offered their choice of complimentary craft beer, Bulleit bourbon, red wine, white wine, coffee, tea or water.

Luxe Massage Chair

Elevate your experience and your senses with our luxury massage chair.

Billiards Table

7′ pool table with pearlized diamond-shaped rail sights.

HD Flatscreen TV

High-definition smart TV with 200+ channels and X-Box Live.

High-Speed WiFi

Free and reliable high-speed internet for business gents.

Proudly grooming gentlemen since 2004

Mensroom Salon & Lounge is Portland, Maine’s only luxury grooming destination for men. Nestled in the Old Port, the Mensroom is a modern, upscale barbershop specializing in precision haircutting, straight razor shaves, grey blending, skincare and styling.

At the Mensroom, we understand that a man’s style is the personal expression of who he is and how he feels – which is why our team performs a thorough consultation to ensure that every service is tailored to your needs.

Guests can expect world-class barbering services from industry-leading professionals with 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Mensroom Barber Chairs
Mensroom Salon

Notable Mentions

Mensroom Salon & Lounge is a multi-award-winning barbershop, nationally-recognized in Salon Today magazine. Our reputation as a Top 200 Salon is a testament to our managerial and leadership skills within the men’s grooming industry.

Robert Witkowski, author of 100 Things to Do in Portland Maine Before You Die, credits the Mensroom Salon with the “the best haircut experience…something everyone should experience before they die.”

100 Things To Do In Portland Maine Before You Die

Portland Attractions

Nestled in the Old Port, Mensroom is a stones-throw from the Atlantic Ocean. Bustling with boutiques and gastropubs, Portland is far more than a fishing community. Explore our favorite local attractions below.  

Portland Museum of Art

Housing big names such as Andy Warhol on its walls, the largest and oldest public art institution in Maine, is worth a visit. It features art from local artists, a sculpture garden, feature films, and some of the state’s best architecture present in its three buildings. Each building features different types of art, providing something for every art connoisseur.

Portland Headlight House

The New England coast is host to scores of lighthouses, and Maine boasts 65 of them, dotted along its rugged shorelines. When you find yourself in the state’s largest city, make sure you swing by the state’s oldest lighthouse, Portland Head Light at Fort Williams Park, just four miles from downtown Portland. This storied beacon of light was first constructed while George Washington was still president, and the former keeper’s quarters is now a museum. Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to explore Fort Williams Park itself, with its haunting historic ruins.

Portland Lobster Company

If you’re longing for fresh-caught Maine lobster, why not cut out the middleman and catch one yourself? No, we’re not pulling your claw. Stop by Portland’s Long Wharf and climb aboard the Lucky Catch lobster boat. You can cruise with real Maine lobsterman through scenic Casco Bay to learn all about baiting and hauling traps. If you’re lucky, you’ll trap your own dinner at a deeply discounted price. The Portland Lobster Company will then cook your catch for you, butter included. Thankfully, you don’t have to be too lucky to catch one of these cruises. Lucky Catch Cruises depart from Long Wharf several times a day, May through October.

Victoria Mansion

Known as one of the best examples of an Italian Villa mansion in the States, the Victoria Mansion was built between 1858 and 1860. Also known as the Morse-Libby House, it was the summer home of two Maine natives, Ruggles Sylvester Morse and Olive, his wife. The couple made their fortune in New Orleans through luxury hotels but left their architectural legacy in Portland. Architect Henry Austin from New Haven, CT, designed this spectacular example of an American vacation home.

Casco Bay Island Cruise

In the mood for some island hopping? Casco Bay Lines offers year-round ferry service to Portland’s surrounding islands. The schedule also includes scenic tours, such as music cruises featuring local bands, and sunrise and sunset excursions. Your best bet is the 15-minute jaunt to Peaks Island, a beautiful spot to rent a bike, repose on tranquil beaches, and enjoy a casual meal. While you’re there, don’t miss the Umbrella Cover Museum, the only museum of its kind. If you want a truly unforgettable cruising experience, Casco Bay Line really delivers with its mail boat runs, where you can sightsee from a working boat as it delivers islanders’ mail.

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Nestled in the downtown business district of Portland’s Old Port, the Mensroom is a stone’s throw from the Casco Bay waterfront.

The eclectic mix of cosmopolitan city, bustling fishing wharfs, and historical landmarks make Portland, Maine one of the great American seaport cities on the East Coast.

After their service, many of our guests enjoy drifting in and out of boutiques or indulging at any one of the renowned seafood restaurants along Commercial Street.

Earth Month

Every April we partner with other Aveda salons across the country to support access to clean, safe drinking water. We raise money during Earth Month by collecting proceeds from special services, raffle gift baskets, and various celebrations.

We are proud to continue our efforts to protect and restore clean water, native fish and habitats, and of course, our communities far and wide.

Rebuilding Nepal

Made in the Himalayan forest communities of Nepal using authentic techniques, Aveda’s annual purchase of holiday gift wrapping paper has helped:

Enable 5,885 children to go to school

More than 4,900 people to support their families (full and part time)

Reverse deforestation and maintain 42,000 acres of wildlife habitat

This paper-making partnership allows us to use lokta bark paper during the holiday season – a handmade paper that is both beautiful and sustainable.

Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital

Every holiday season our team donates toys to the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital – everything from huge plush stuffed animals to family-fun board games. Starting with our own team, we accept contributions from friends, family and guests and just before Christmas we deliver these toys to the children’s hospital at 22 Bramhall St. in Portland.

At the Mensroom, we are committed to driving positive change in our communities. We encourage everyone to invest their time, talent and treasure whenever possible.

Horst Rechelbacher, founder of Aveda, showed us the power of living from

a place of love to make the world a more beautiful place.

All we need is love.


Inner and outer wellness is ingrained in our culture, practiced by our team, and shared with each and every guest we meet.

Each service begins with a stress-relieving scalp, neck and shoulder massage proven to reduce stress, muscle tension and low energy.

By merging holistic well-being with superior grooming services, we can provide men with a deeper, more valuable experience that touches their hair – and their hearts.


Aveda is a cruelty-free brand, one of the many reasons we are co-branded so strongly. Since our inception in 2004, it was our founders mission to partner with a product line that shared our values regarding testing on animals. We do not support, sell or use any products who test on animals. Our products are “people-tested.” Because after all, we (the humans) are the ones who produce, profit and benefit from them.

Likewise, we believe in the pursuit of a sustainable environment. The inspiration for doing so can be found in nature – in the wild world we live in. Environmental responsibility is something to be valued. Aveda is the first beauty company to market manufacturing products with 100% wind power.

This use of renewable energy will help offset the carbon footprint we are inevitably leaving behind. At the Mensroom, we understand that nature can work for both a sustainable future and a better bottom-line.

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