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Stopped by Nat Sherman Townhouse last weekend to pick up cigars for friends. They have made some changes inside the shop and all for the better. If you haven’t been inside in awhile, stop back and check it out.
As always, very helpful & knowledgeable...More
This place is pretty famous so they don't need me to say they are a great spot but I will do it anyway. There is a huge variety of American, Nicaraguan, Dominican and other cigars. Good places inside to have a smoke and the staff...More
Service when you walk through the door looks like someone grabbing a tray and taking you for a personalized walk through of the humidor. Selection is extensive and prices are reasonable (for NYC). Take some time and grab a seat for your smokes at the...More
Wish they had a better "lounge" experience.
Nice touch having associates in Suits. Really like the mild Nat Sherman's and appreciate the rep steering me to try something new.
Will try to stop in on my visits to NYC.
Luca fooled my brother.
I asked my brother to buy some affordable cigars for me while he was in NYC. When my brother came in to this shop on 27th of May 2018 he told to an employee that he is not an expert at...More
What a shame there can be no wonderful old tobaconists in this country any more. I am not a smoker myself but accept how pipe and cigar smokers enjoy meeting and smoking in this wonderful shop with its galleried landing complete with a black grand...More
Perhaps the reason men don’t act like gentlemen is that we’ve taken away all the “gentlemanly” pursuits like a tobacco pipe or a fine cigar. Jazz is supposed to be played in a boisterous smoky bar, but since that is now verboten almost everywhere in...More
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