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gripnripgripnrip Posts: 485 ✭✭✭

Any suggestions on where to go inVegas to enjoy a cigar and adult beverage? Cigar bars or cigar friendly casino bars....

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  • denniskingdennisking Posts: 3,703 ✭✭✭
    there used to be a bar in the NewYork that was called The Olio Room. it had a fireplace in the middle and a 15ft tall set of shelves full of liquor. don't know if it's still there.
  • lilwing88lilwing88 ChitownPosts: 2,812 ✭✭✭
    Never been to any, but a quick search found this one: havanasmoke.com

    Looks pretty cool.
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  • KriegKrieg Posts: 5,092 ✭✭✭
    there is always the Casa de Fuente...if u want some over priced Opus Xs
  • JZJZ Posts: 827
    You can smoke and enjoy drinks at all of the casinos. The cigar store/bar in New York New York is called Hamiltons. Very nice place. Also, for Opus and God of Fire along with a house blend you can only get at the physical location visit Casa Fuente in Ceasers Palace. Its expensive but worth checking out. Nearly all of the major casinos has a cigar shop with the stores. When are you going? I'll be there Feb 20th - Feb 26th.
  • firetruckguyfiretruckguy Greeley, ColoradoPosts: 2,529 ✭✭✭
    The Paris has a nice piano/cigar bar. I like where this is going though.....I will be in Vegas in April for a week.
  • JZJZ Posts: 827
    Vegas is just awesome all around. Bring your own cigar, play a little in the casino, and some super hot women will serve you an alcholic beverage of your choice. Toss a buck their way per drink and kick back! I'll be back in Nov as well for the Big Smoke.
  • firetruckguyfiretruckguy Greeley, ColoradoPosts: 2,529 ✭✭✭
    JZ:
    Vegas is just awesome all around. Bring your own cigar, play a little in the casino, and some super hot women will serve you an alcholic beverage of your choice. Toss a buck their way per drink and kick back! I'll be back in Nov as well for the Big Smoke.
    Is the big smoke worth the price?
  • JZJZ Posts: 827
    This will be my first time at the Big Smoke. I figure its one of the things all cigar enthusiasts should do atleast once and since its in Vegas makes it more attractive to me. I go to Vegas about 2 times per year!
  • leonardleonard Posts: 359
    +1 for Casa Fuentes! Best Mojitos in town and a cool place. Yes, the prices are high but not any more than anywhere else in Vegas. Vegas is the most cigar friendly town I have ever been to. You can smoke just about anywhere.
  • haywood5150haywood5150 Posts: 35
    JZ:
    Vegas is just awesome all around. Bring your own cigar, play a little in the casino, and some super hot women will serve you an alcholic beverage of your choice. Toss a buck their way per drink and kick back! I'll be back in Nov as well for the Big Smoke.
    So, I've looked everywhere. Where can I find more info on buying tickets for the Big Smoke 2010?
  • Sandman1amSandman1am Posts: 2,567
    firetruckguy:
    The Paris has a nice piano/cigar bar. I like where this is going though.....I will be in Vegas in April for a week.
    Hey Fire when are you going in April? I have plans (depending on work) to be there the first week I think???
  • the cigar bar / piano bar in paris is called napoleons - other than that the last trip i went to in vegas i was smoking everywhere except the room - i have been to casa fuente as well and def second the mojitos - actually the only reason i went there
  • firetruckguyfiretruckguy Greeley, ColoradoPosts: 2,529 ✭✭✭
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    The Paris has a nice piano/cigar bar. I like where this is going though.....I will be in Vegas in April for a week.
    Hey Fire when are you going in April? I have plans (depending on work) to be there the first week I think???
    Oh man your kidding.....I will miss you by a week? 11till the 17 for fire training. Think we are staying down on Fremont street.
  • Sandman1amSandman1am Posts: 2,567
    firetruckguy:
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    The Paris has a nice piano/cigar bar. I like where this is going though.....I will be in Vegas in April for a week.
    Hey Fire when are you going in April? I have plans (depending on work) to be there the first week I think???
    Oh man your kidding.....I will miss you by a week? 11till the 17 for fire training. Think we are staying down on Fremont street.
    Ya I think it was the 3rd to the 10th or something like that. Sucks!!!! Maybe next time.
  • firetruckguyfiretruckguy Greeley, ColoradoPosts: 2,529 ✭✭✭
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    The Paris has a nice piano/cigar bar. I like where this is going though.....I will be in Vegas in April for a week.
    Hey Fire when are you going in April? I have plans (depending on work) to be there the first week I think???
    Oh man your kidding.....I will miss you by a week? 11till the 17 for fire training. Think we are staying down on Fremont street.
    Ya I think it was the 3rd to the 10th or something like that. Sucks!!!! Maybe next time.
    You bet, where are you staying?
  • JZJZ Posts: 827
    The tickets are not on sale yet but you can look at Big Smokes from the past years. You can google or go to cigar aficianado. C.A. does the event.
  • haywood5150haywood5150 Posts: 35
    JZ:
    The tickets are not on sale yet but you can look at Big Smokes from the past years. You can google or go to cigar aficianado. C.A. does the event.
    Thanks. I found out it's gonna be held November 12-14. So, I guess its time to start browsing for a Hotel Stay.
  • HaysHays Costa del Sol, SpainPosts: 2,338 ✭✭✭
    So I looked up Napoleon's, and it looks like my kind of place! My question, however, is this: nothing I've found in the official information mentions a word about cigars - it's all about champagne. Has this place changed from when you guys were there, or is there something I'm not seeing?
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  • nightmaremike31nightmaremike31 Posts: 720
    Hays:
    So I looked up Napoleon's, and it looks like my kind of place! My question, however, is this: nothing I've found in the official information mentions a word about cigars - it's all about champagne. Has this place changed from when you guys were there, or is there something I'm not seeing?
    From The Las Vegas Sun

    Las Vegas Sun:

    Napoleon’s is one of the most charming lounges on the Strip – a dimly lit, plush retreat where cigars and Champagnes take center stage
    But it was last updated Aug. 3 2009

    And, from Vegas.com
    Vegas.com:

    If champagne is just not your style, Napoleon's has a large and diverse drink menu with wines, cognacs, ports, martinis and other specialty drinks priced from $7.50.

    Dueling pianists face off nightly
    ... dueling pianist!! ha ha ha ha... (wipes tear)

    But 4 reals, that sounds like a pretty shnazy joint. Killer to catch a drink , a cigar, some snacks and a show.
  • Sandman1amSandman1am Posts: 2,567
    firetruckguy:
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    The Paris has a nice piano/cigar bar. I like where this is going though.....I will be in Vegas in April for a week.
    Hey Fire when are you going in April? I have plans (depending on work) to be there the first week I think???
    Oh man your kidding.....I will miss you by a week? 11till the 17 for fire training. Think we are staying down on Fremont street.
    Ya I think it was the 3rd to the 10th or something like that. Sucks!!!! Maybe next time.
    You bet, where are you staying?
    I don't know just yet. I'm not the one that's setting up the trip.....just along for the ride. I like to stay somewhere in the middle of the strip that's inexpensive. Not in the room for that long anyway. Where are you staying?
  • gripnripgripnrip Posts: 485 ✭✭✭

    Thanks for all the good suggestions and dialog. I am new to this forum, so I really appreciate it.The reason for the question-I was in Vegas about 6 months ago-stayed at the Wynn. I went to one of the main bars (I think it was Parasol Up?) and was told that there was no cigar smoking at the bar-can you believe that in Vegas?? Cigarettes were ok, tho.....sucked. I stayed at the Mirage last time-about three months ago (wouldn't reccommend it by the way) and they have a patio called the Rhumbar with a nice cigar menu (pricey, of course) good drinks and hot waitresses. JZ-I'm headed down to Vegas 2/9 for a couple of nights....can't wait to get out of winter. I will definately check out Napoleons and Casa de Fuente....thanks again. 

  • JZJZ Posts: 827
    I'll be there 2/20 - 2/26. Everyone going should take some pics of them smoking at different places in Vegas and post them since it sounds like a bunch of us will be there in the next few months!
  • bibbybibby Posts: 152
    That sucks about the Wynn experience. I really don't go to the bars in casino's regularly I generally opt for the sports book. Man it's the best place ever for me; great sports, a nice stick, and generally depending on season (NFL is the best) they have great drink specials.

    A little off of what you were looking for but their is a Davidoff store in the shops at Mandalay Bay if you want to pick some of their products up!
  • Sandman1amSandman1am Posts: 2,567
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    Sandman1am:
    firetruckguy:
    The Paris has a nice piano/cigar bar. I like where this is going though.....I will be in Vegas in April for a week.
    Hey Fire when are you going in April? I have plans (depending on work) to be there the first week I think???
    Oh man your kidding.....I will miss you by a week? 11till the 17 for fire training. Think we are staying down on Fremont street.
    Ya I think it was the 3rd to the 10th or something like that. Sucks!!!! Maybe next time.
    You bet, where are you staying?
    I don't know just yet. I'm not the one that's setting up the trip.....just along for the ride. I like to stay somewhere in the middle of the strip that's inexpensive. Not in the room for that long anyway. Where are you staying?
    Hey I was wrong we are going April 6th to the 10th.....but I might go a few days before or stay a few after depending on my work schedule......so maybe my last day & your 1st day we could smoke.
  • I've never been questioned anywhere in Vegas when I've had a cigar. It's as cigar friendly a city as I've ever been to!
  • JZJZ Posts: 827
    The funny thing is that the City does have a smoking ban in place. It bans smoking on all school property, grocery stores, and in all restaurants. Smoking will be allowed in places where food is not served. I've never had an issue either, but I guess I havent smoked at the mentioned locations.
  • taddowtaddow Posts: 51
    I smoked cigars at the bar in the Luxor and had no problems (they also had some of the best mojitos that I've had in a while). It was a good time and the only time that my fianc
  • gripnripgripnrip Posts: 485 ✭✭✭
    Thanks to all BOTL's, I'll be happy to step up and do some extensive scouting when I am down there next week. It's a tough assignment, but somebody's got to do it......
  • JZJZ Posts: 827
    gripnrip:
    Thanks to all BOTL's, I'll be happy to step up and do some extensive scouting when I am down there next week. It's a tough assignment, but somebody's got to do it......
    I'll be there Feb. 20th, Feel free to hide a God of Fire somewhere in Vegas for me , and leave some clues for me to find it!!! LOL!!
  • Hays:
    So I looked up Napoleon's, and it looks like my kind of place! My question, however, is this: nothing I've found in the official information mentions a word about cigars - it's all about champagne. Has this place changed from when you guys were there, or is there something I'm not seeing?
    Read the reviews on yelp -- just checked and someone went there on 12/19/2009 and said that people were hesitant to enter due to the cigar smoke - Hopefully they are still allowing it into the new year
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