Written by Dave

Saturday, 03 March 2012

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Andre’s Cigar Lounge at the Monte Carlo
3770 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Ever wish you could have been hanging out in Vegas with the Rat Pack back in the good old days, when the town was run by colorful mobsters instead of boring corporations? The private Cigar Lounge inside Andre’s Restaurant will evoke memories of mens’ clubs from decades past with its array of cognacs and after dinner drinks. Partake of the decadently delicious cuisine at celebrity chef Andre Rochat’s posh eatery before retiring to the Lounge for a drink with one of the establishment’s quality collection of cigars from Honduras and the Dominican Republic.




VooDoo Steak & Lounge
3700 W. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, Nevada

Hungry for a prime steak served with a breathtaking view? Ascend to the 50th floor of the Rio Hotel’s Masquerade Tower and enjoy a cigar in the bar while waiting for your table or after dinner. VooDoo Steak serves up premium quality beef prepared with a French-Creole style. If you’re on a winning streak, spring for the VooDoo Menage á Trois, a decadent combo of filet mignon, lobster and prawns for $56 or the 32 oz. lobster tail for $150.

CMT Cigars
5661 West Sahara Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89146

Tucked into a mall on West Sahara near the Strip, this unassuming little shop offers one of the best selections of cigars in Vegas, including brands like Fuente, Davidoff, La Gloria and Cohiba. Smoke your choice in the lounge of this friendly place that wins kudos for reasonable prices and excellent customer service.

Hemingway’s Cigar Lounge
6808 W Cheyenne
Las Vegas, NV 89136

There’s more to Hemingway’s than just cigars. This small but cozy cigar store and lounge also stocks hookahs, humidors, pipes, pipe tobacco and other accessories. Away from the traffic and noise of the Strip, sit down in the lounge and smoke a cigar while watching the big screen TV or using the free wi-fi to check your emails.


Las Vegas Paiute Tribal Smoke Shop
1225 N. Main Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101



This place isn’t on the Strip and isn’t glamorous, but it boasts the largest walk-in humidor in Nevada and claims to be the number one cigar retailer in the western states. The list of brands offered here takes up three columns on their website—and that’s just the cigars, not including cigarettes and pipe tobaccos. This place has been chosen the best smoke shop in Las Vegas for the last three years by the readers of the Las Vegas Review Journal, so they’re doing something right.

Dino’s Lounge

1516 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89104


If you’ve blown most of your cash at the craps tables and need to drown your sorrows in booze, Dino’s is the perfect inexpensive place to do it. Open 24/7 with drinks starting at $2.50, this downtown bar is a welcome respite from the high-priced glitter of the fancy hotels. Although the name sounds like it was taken from a certain hard-drinking Italian crooner, this joint actually carries the nickname of Dean “Dino” Bartolo, who bought the place in 1960 and whose family still runs it. Drink away your troubles while smoking whatever cigar you can still afford.

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