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Best Cigar Bars And Lounges

August 25, 2010 4:10 PM

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Cigar smoking dates back to Christopher Columbus’ discovery of the New World. But today, with the known health risks and crackdown on public smoking, connoisseurs need havens to enjoy their pleasurable vice. Here are the best places in L.A. to relax and smoke a fine stogie.

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The Big Easy

12604 Ventura Boulevard
Studio City California 91604
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The Big Easy is a friendly sanctuary for cigar lovers. Their smoking room features an art deco lounge with funky furnishings and a walk-in humidor including more than 90 different brands of cigars in over 400 shapes and sizes. The experience is said to be like nirvana meeting Havana.

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Ceniza Cigar Lounge

Paseo Colorado Mall
260 E. Colorado Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101

Sit back and relax as you smoke your favorite cigar at this cigar lounge in Pasadena. Ceniza’s most impressive feature is their discerning cigar aficionado and their exclusive, member’s only, private smoking area. The general lounge, equipped with a state-of-the-art ventilation system, is attached to a retail showroom where a full liquor menu awaits if you’d like a fine glass of bourbon with your smoke.

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8 Eightyeight Cigar Merchants

118 W. Wilshire Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832
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8 Eightyeight Cigar Merchants is the premiere Diamond Crown Cigar Lounge in Fullerton, California offering the best cigars, fully-stocked bar, and entertainment such as pool and craps. 8 Eightyeight merges the classiness of a cigar lounge with a contemporary touch of a sports bar.

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Buena Vista Cigar Club

9715 South Santa Monica Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

The Buena Vista Cigar Club is a cigar lover’s true haven where they can indulge their favorite habit while enjoying a full bar, a spacious lounge, and TV screens that usually display major sporting events. Founded by George Hamilton in 1995, then bought and designed by cigar aficionado Rigo Hernandez, this cigar club offers an extraordinary variety of carefully-selected tobacco products.

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The Grand Havana Room

301 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90209
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The Grand Havana Room is an exclusive membership Cigar Club with both a dining room and lounge that sets the standard of high-end cigar clubs. Located on the corner of Dayton Way and Canon Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills, some of the biggest names in Hollywood drop by to identify themselves to the hostess, who then unlocks a private elevator, which glides soundlessly up a floor to its secret smoking lounge.

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Bo’s Cigar Lounge

4501 E. Carson Street #114
Long Beach, CA 90808
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Bo’s Cigar Lounges are prime spots in Southern California for enjoying fine cigars in friendly and comfortable atmosphere. You can visit their stores in either Long Beach or Torrance. Whether you’re new to cigars, or a so-to-be expert, Bo invites you to stop by and relax with your friends and a fine cigar!

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Ash’s Cigar Lounge

17545 Chatsworth Street
Granada Hills, CA 91344

Located in the heart of Old Town Granada Hills, Ash’s Cigar Lounge is a hospitable retreat from the daily hustle and commute of everyday city life in Los Angeles. Their smoker’s lounge is adorned by leather chairs, flat screen TVs, and is just steps away from the walk-in humidor.

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Cohiba Cigar Lounge

Howard Hughes Promenade
6081 Center Dr Suit. 204
Los Angeles, Ca 90045
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Cohiba is an upscale lounge where anyone from the average “Joe” to the business-savvy gentleman can come sit down and enjoy a fine cigar. Located in the Howard Hughes Promenade, this smoke shop and lounge offers a brand of excellence.

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