The Clip and Sip

The Clip and Sip


627 Fletcher Way, Danger Cove
Hours of Operation:
9am-6pm Tues-Sat

Although The Clip and Sip opened its doors in 2014, the building has a long and storied history. From 1860 until 1955, three generations of the LaSalle family ran a brothel on the site that serviced local lumberjacks. Following a mysterious fire, the building lay abandoned for four decades until Vincent "Vinnie" Conti purchased it in 1995 as his residence and hair salon, The Yankee Clipper. The Clipper, as Vinnie became known, served the ladies of Danger Cove (it was widely known that he tended to more than just his clients' coiffures) until his unfortunate passing in 2013. A committed bachelor, Vinnie left his entire estate to his niece, Cassidi Lee Conti.



Read more about The Clip and Sip Salon in Elizabeth Ashby and Traci Andrighetti's novel

Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai: a Danger Cove Hair Salon Mystery