Best Place for men's and boy's haircuts in Port Orange

Cheryls

Looking for a great place to take your son for a haircut in Volusia County? Does your husband need a great place to get a haircut? Check out Cheryl's Place! Located in Port Orange, Cheryl's Place caters to the males. Cheryl only cuts men's and boy's haircuts, and she spoils them like crazy. The boys will love it. She play children's movies in the waiting area, she has lots of snacks set out, and she has a treasure chest filled with toys. Once your boy finishes getting his haircut, he can pick a toy from the toy chest (pictured below)! 

Cheryl barber shop first haircuts for your little ones, too. Just let her know it's the first cut and she has a little keepsake she will give you that you can save a lock of hair in. Your men and boys will love going to Cheryl's for their haircuts! No appointments necessary. She is in Tuesday through Friday from 9-5, and on Saturday from 9-3.  Cheryl's is located in the offices section of the All Aboard Storage complex. 

Cheryl's Place
5889 South Williamson
Suite 217
Port Orange, FL
(386) 214-1258

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First Watch Port Orange Review

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Today, I met a friend at First Watch in Port Orange for breakfast. I had never been there, but she likes the restaurant and suggested it. 

I was pleasantly surprised when I walked inside the restaurant. It looked bigger and nicer than I had imagined. I really liked the look and feel of the restaurant. There are plenty of tables, a nice Port Orange painting on the wall, and there was an overall nice atmosphere. We were shown to a booth and our breakfast outing began. 

I had already looked at the menu the day before, so that I could see if there was something I'd want to eat. As it turned out, there were several options I was interested in trying, but I had my heart set on the Triple Berry Acai Bowl, which is a seasonal item. Sue ordered the Market Veg Omelet, and we both had unsweet iced tea (hers with lemon, mine without). The food arrived and looked great. 

The acai bowl was absolutely delicious! I ate every bit of it and felt like licking the bowl after I was finished. The dish has organic acai, which was semi-frozen, and it was topped with fresh strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and their housemade granola. I loved every bite of it! The bowl was served with their whole grain artisan bread and is topped with almond butter. I loved that touch as well, because it was nice to go back and forth between the cold acai bowl and the almond butter toast. It made for a great combination. Sue's omelet had roasted zucchini, Crimini mushrooms, shallots, kale and tomatoes with Goat cheese and fresh herbs. She said that the omelet was really good.

I will go back to First Watch again. I loved the acai bowl and already saw some other dishes on their menu I'd like to try, including a coconut chia seed bowl. 

The meal for the iced tea and acai bowl was almost $14 before tip. There is also a First Watch in Daytona Beach on International Speedway Blvd.

- Jacqueline
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