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This is a very lowed keyed place whee you just come in and enjoy a beer or a glass of wine in a casual comfortable environment. Clientele are of all types from tipsy old ladies to millennials to cops and middle age tourists. Have a...More
Stopped off in here to unwind after traveling all day. Place is nice and comfortable with plenty of seating options. Good humidor selection and wines. Prices about the norm for a place like this. Good airflow. No heavy cloud of smoke lingering. The only complaint...More
Met up with some friends here. Neat place with a nice little bar and couches. Was a little taken back by cigar prices. I smoke cigars regularly, but haven't bought a cigar at a cigar bar in years, so the sticker shock was severe, especially...More
I have been here a couple of times over the years, the cigar collection is good (I am not an expert), the bar is limited, but with some great selections (we had Duval), the service is helpful but a bit snooty if you aren't a...More
Looking for a cigar place I was suggested to visit this unexpected spot looking like an old spot for cigar smokers. A great choice of non Cuban (unfortunately) cigars and a guy rolling cigars at the entrance. To visit if you smoke cigars.
Very good selection of cigars, with plenty on high and low end. Friendly staff and good selection of liqueurs and wines as well as beers. Not that super high end spot, but obviously not what they are trying to achieve. Very solid!
We try to stop in for a beer/wine and a cigar whenever we're in San Diego. It's easy to find on 5th street where most everything else is.
They have a very good supply of non Cubans but that might change with time.
My husband and I asked our server at a gaslamp quarter restaurant to recommend a cigar bar; she steered us here. Neither of us really know much about cigars, other than how to smoke them; The cigar sommelier (or whatever you'd call him) was so...More