Take one step into The Gentlemen’s Parlor and all worries start to slip away, as years of collected tradition surround you.

Here you will be greeted by the friendly personality of Daniel Becerra, a very humble and traditional barber who has been cutting hair since he was a teenager.

Take a seat in his old time chair, time slows down and everything becomes simple again.

Started messing around as a kid cutting hair, next thing you know I was cutting hair in high school then got a job at the local barbershop.


Stories start to unfold about Danny’s childhood, his grandparents and driving old cars through the rolling hills of the Central Coast on his way to his favorite car show.

Come in as a stranger, leave as a friend

Whether you are brewing a beer or cutting hair, it’s an art and a craft where you have a passion and pride in a product.


Danny Boy’s ’63 Ford van which he named as the one and only in Ford’s “Chicano Line” catches people’s eye when he drives through town.

“Vintage vans are making a comeback and it’s a great way to get new business and get people talking.”

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