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Baltaire is now open in the heart of Brentwood

Baltaire’s 2,500-square-foot, 90-seat outdoor terrace and fireside lounge.

Baltaire, a classic American steakhouse with a modern mid-century design, is located in Los Angeles’ Brentwood neighborhood and houses a fireside lounge; 2,500-square-foot, 90-seat outdoor terrace with a retractable roof; and a cozy, 68-seat indoor dining room. Rich dark wood tables, leather booths, and armchairs are placed within crisp white walls and under a large skylight.

Executive chef Travis Strickland heads the kitchen and serves a menu focusing on prime meats including A5 Japanese wagyu beef and a porterhouse for two, among other cuts. Seafood dishes are also abundant and include a huge shellfish platter with Maine lobster, king crab, shrimp, and oysters; Alaskan king crab legs; Scottish salmon with pea risotto; Dover sole served tableside; and Chilean sea bass.

Appetizers include steak tartare, kampachi crudo, tuna poke, crab cakes, lollipop lamb chops, and scallops with sweet corn puree.

Sides are both traditional and inventive, like roasted mushrooms, charred broccolini, jumbo asparagus in hollandaise sauce, creamed spinach, whipped potatoes, shishito peppers, and roasted cauliflower with golden raisins.

Sommelier David Vaughn has developed an extensive wine list with 30 by-the-glass choices and over 450 half- and full-bottle options. The diverse cocktail menu features contemporary twists on classics including a Baltaire Julep and the Sangre y Arena featuring Ilegal mescal, cherry heering, sweet vermouth, and orange juice.

Dessert highlights include bourbon croissant bread pudding, pineapple upside down cake, and powdered beignets


Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
----------
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
----------
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
----------
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
----------
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Classic cuts, vintage artifacts make up this old-school-themed Manhattan barber shop

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There's a classic cut of history at one barber shop in Manhattan.

The NYC Barbershop Museum, located on the Upper West Side, is home to an array of colorful vintage artifacts and also a working, old-school barber shop.

Fourth-generation Master Barber Arthur Rubinoff is the brainchild behind the museum that pays homage to 100 years of barbering.

The Russian-born Rubinoff said his father started collecting vintage pieces from 1991.

"Anywhere we went, like to the flea market or to any antique stores, he used to buy vintage pieces, small pieces," Rubinoff said. "Each piece has a history. You don't know who has been cut by this razor or these scissors."

In 2003, he lost his father, and those pieces became sentimental to Rubinoff.

"I started collecting bigger pieces, as far as the barber chairs, barber poles, signs," he said. "Anything to do with the barbering industry."

Rubinoff traveled worldwide to collect these artifacts from countries like Russia, Portugal, Romania, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Ireland, Poland and more.

"I started having (an) idea that one day I'm going to open up a barber shop museum to honor my father," he said. "And to give respect to all the barbers in the world."

That idea became a reality with the opening of the NYC Barbershop Museum in June 2018.

While customers learn about the history of barbering, they are also able to have their hair cut in modern styles, using long-lost hair cutting techniques in a retro setting.

"A lot of barber shops, they don't want to use scissors over comb," Rubinoff said. "That's why I'm trying to bring back that classical haircut."

The shop offers a variety of grooming packages that features a haircut, neck shave, hot towel neck massage, wash and blow-dry and complimentary champagne and black caviar.

"Customers respect that when you give time and effort," Rubinoff said.

His clientele includes high-profile CEOs and A-list celebrities, who come from all over the world to enjoy exceptional haircuts.

Rubinoff is a well-known educator too, teaching students the proper craft and techniques in barbering.

"I love what I do and I want people to be happy," he said. "I'm not doing this for the money. I'm doing this because I love it."
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