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Texas, United States
Addison Cigar & Tobacco Club (Addision, TX, United States) Submitted by kjfalcone 10/8/2010 11:58:03 AM I've been a member for about 2 months and have be welcomed by everyone I’ve meet so far. I have been in Dallas for 20 years and have been to several establishments’ and this place really knows how to make you feel welcome. It's a member’s only club with a cigar store in the front. The club is a BYOB place, great selection of Cigars; location is good near popular restaurants and attractions in north Dallas. Go on the site and check out the members lounge, and the Humidor.
Elite Cigar Cafe (Addison , TX, United States) Submitted by TexasDude 12/21/2011 8:58:40 AM A true cigar store, lounge, restaurant that has some of the friendliest staff members you can imagine. There is always some there to fire up a cigar and conversation. If the weather is right, they have a patio with a big screen to enjoy the game and a cigar. Prices are very reasonable and I love how the staff members limit how much of the limited edition cigars you can buy. You can see they have the best intentions for all. The manager is an ex MMA heavyweight fighter, a great guy with the nicest demeanor. I'm glad I found this place. Haven't visited the Garland store, but can't imagine it's any different.
Havana Jim's (Allen, TX, United States) Submitted by any2wheeler 8/3/2010 11:11:08 AM This is a great very friendly cigar lounge. The owner is awsome and the regulars are great. His prices and selection are the best I've seen in the DFW area. You have to come by and try it.
Tobacco Road - Fine Cigars & golf (Arlington, TX, United States) Submitted by Macabre 6/22/2010 10:17:20 AM There are very few public places in Arlington, TX where one can enjoy a cigar, since the city passed a strict smoking ban. There are some cigar dealers in town that cannot offer in-establishment smoking due to the ban. Tabacco Road on Cooper is the exception, however, because they are in a two story, free-standing building that is not connected to any other structures. This cigar dealer has two mid-sized humidors, one for $2 - $9 sticks and the other for above $10 cigars. They offer a private lounge for a monthly fee and also have seating available for non-members both downstairs and upstairs. Also, there is a virtual golf gaming area downstairs. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
Tabacco Lane (Arlington, TX, United States) Submitted by hornsfan 2/28/2011 11:23:11 AM great little store in the arlington highlands shopping center. Good sized humidor that runs the length of their shop. Friendly and knowledgeable staff(run by the owners). They carry all the normal selection that others have plus some of the rarer smokes like opus and padron. fair prices too. two thumbs up!!
Perfecto Cigar Shop & Lounge (Arlington, TX, United States) Submitted by hornsfan 1/25/2011 10:27:53 PM located about half a mile from the new cowboys stadium in arlington. Very knowledgeable staff that is more than willing to chat it up and give suggestions based on your tastes. they have lockers for members. decent sized walkin humidor with some great smoke. They also have a nice big back room with leather lounge chairs and a flat screen tv. beer on tap (for members or those that will tip). great place!
Spec's Wine, Spirits, and Finer Foods (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by cmmayo 12/30/2010 10:15:36 PM As far as Spec's in Austin goes, this is the MOTHERSHIP. Compared to the other Spec's in Austin, it has the biggest selection of food and cigars. The humidor is almost always manned by a fairly knowledgeable salesperson and it is the only Spec's I've been to with a cafe inside, where you can enjoy exotic meats and cheeses. Decent cigar selection and some of best prices on cigars you'll find in the South part of Texas.
Spec's Austin (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by cmmayo 11/17/2009 1:16:13 PM "Spec's offers wines, spirits, beers, liqueurs, cigars and, in our larger stores, fine gourmet foods."
This location in North Austin has a fairly large humidor area and the prices beat most area cigar B&M stores. They carry a few exclusive cigars (an exclusive ACID cigar) and cigars in exclusive sizes (Gurkha Symphony in Belicoso shape).
You can find Spec's locations from Houston to Austin and all over South Texas.
Pipe World (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by williegstyles 1/22/2014 4:51:52 PM Pipe World has two locations. They have locations in Round Rock and Austin. The Round Rock location is the main store and generally has a better selection of cigars. They each have a lounge area for you to smoke.
Halcyon Coffee Bar (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by Murphy223 11/6/2018 8:07:55 AM Stumbled on this cool Coffee bar which doubles as a bar at night and noticed a humidor in the back. Not sure if you can smoke inside but they had a pretty decent selection of sticks
Habana Soco Restaurant (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by cmmayo 2/6/2011 1:34:50 AM This is a great Cuban restaurant that features authentic Cuban food and has great outdoor seating for cigar smokers--which is usable about 10 months out of the year is sunny Austin, TX. They have their own brewed beers--try the Oro with your favorite cigar. They have an over-priced cigar menu with $9 Lot 23's, but the Havana House is nearby for REAL cigar geeks.
You MUST try the Mofongo and the pork dishes.
Habana House (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by cmmayo 12/4/2010 10:11:02 PM Note: Drinks and food are offered by Ruta Maya...
This store is within a 10-15 minute drive of where I work, so I just took a long lunch and checked the place out. It's actually INSIDE a coffee house/bar that has a stage for music on the weekends. They had a really good selection. Lots of Tatujae cigars, a ton of Illusione sticks (including the ~hl~ and three sizes of the Epernay), the whole My Father line, every type of Savinelli cigar, A. Turrent, along with Room 101 and Legend-Ario from Camacho.
Habana House (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by West88 7/9/2017 10:01:23 AM This is where I began my interest in cigars and had knowledgeable people direct me properly. John was very helpful and had great patience with me and my questions. There is seating with TVs and a small fridge for your own beverages. There is a great selection of cigars in their sizable humidor. Fantastic place to stop in and have a look and maybe a smoke.
Brass House Jazz Bar (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by williegstyles 2/27/2014 6:30:04 PM This is hands down the BEST cigar friendly jazz bar/lounge/restaurant in Austin Texas. You can NOT smoke cigars inside BUT they have a really nice and fairly large patio in the back of the lounge. It's owned by two retired Marines that served two tours in Afghanistan. BOTH of which smoke cigars. They're in the works to add a humidor.
Bobalu Cigar Co. (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by cmmayo 6/29/2010 2:31:27 PM From the website: "Bobalu Cigar Co. presents the finest boutique cigars hand made in small batches by real Cuban born cigar rollers. Watch LIVE as our Cuban torcedores roll cigars in the window at our famous 6th street location. Here at Bobalu we make and manufacturer all of our own lines of cigars. You can deal direct with the factory, NO middlemen, NO typical overpriced and stale cigars, only a huge stock of great-tasting cigars from the most exotic tobaccos to the largest selection of shapes, sizes and blends available anywhere north of Havana. "
From me: Smoking is allowed in the shop, but I wouldn't exactly call it "seating." Besides, you're on Sixth Street in Austin, Texas! Take your cigar for a stroll along arguably the greatest street in the world for live music!
Heroes & Legacies (Austin, TX, United States) Submitted by Samhain2000 8/2/2009 7:23:58 PM Large walk in humidor, nice selection of quality cigars. Store has nice selection of accessories, sports items and lounge (with membership)where one can enjoy a nice smoke.
The CigarVault (Buda, TX, United States) Submitted by RussandRach2018 9/11/2018 12:26:55 AM I am probably bias because this is my local spot, but this is the coolest place ever. Staff converted the vault of a bank from the 1800s into a walk-in humidor. On top of that the atmosphere is always amazing. Some of the friendliest people you will ever meet, and great music. All local brews from smaller local breweries on tap, and a great selection of wine as well as an assortment of non-alcoholic beverages. You are sure to find a stick you love, and have a great time. This place just can’t be beat.
The Cigar Vault (Buda, TX, United States) Submitted by nirab 3/7/2017 8:57:16 AM Opening around the first week of April 2017...y'all come visit now, ya hear?!!
The Cigar Vault (Buda, TX, United States) Submitted by West88 7/9/2017 9:55:59 AM This is a fairly new place in downtown Buda Texas, they serve beer and wine and allow you to bring your own liquor (serve yourself of course). It's an incredibly friendly environment with some very knowledgeable people, Brian and Kirby. They will make you feel at home and answer any questions you have about cigars or anything else. If you enjoy cigars and live in town or are passing through this is the place to be, plus it was the old bank of Buda with the humidor being in the actual bank vault with its 300 pound steel door and original old school safe. Check it out.
in the humidor (Carrollton, TX, United States) Submitted by ntanner 10/2/2011 4:57:41 PM