Three things men love will be woven together when a new business opens in Howell later this summer â€” burgers, beers and shears.
Pinckney resident Lance Lumpiesz soon will open the doors of Moe’s BarBar Shop, 106 W. Grand River Ave., a place where a man “can cut his locks and have a scotch on the rocks.”
“That’s kind of our motto,” he said.
Spread out over two storefronts, the business will be one-half restaurant, one-half barber shop and lounge, he said.
The Livingston County Daily Press & Argus has the complete story on this unique pairing.
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