7. Vintage Barbershop: Ludlow Blunt
Connerty meets Orrin Bach at a vintage barbershop to deliver the warning to Axelrod about the Hamptons house. Bach tries to convince Connerty to work for him for a lot more money, a theme that comes up throughout the show. The barbershop used as the location is Ludlow Blunt in Williamsburg.
Ludlow Blunt is named after Commodore Ludlow & Cornelius Blunt, who opened the first Ludlow Blunt store in the Windsor Arcade, a high end shopping destination considered one of America’s first malls. It was built in 1901 but is one of New York City’s shortest lived buildings, demolished just 10 years later.