Joined: Tue Jan 30, 2007 12:34 pm Posts: 5049 Location: Las Vegas!!!
With the Closing of Oshea's your strip cigar buying options are pretty slim. Casa Fuente has some good sticks (and a nice bar to smoke them at) they can be a little pricey, but usually have something within anyone's budget. There is a place in the shopping center next to Encore called DOn Pablos, I haven't got to check them out, but I hear good things, they roll all their own cigars in house and might be worth a visit.
As for places to smoke them, I'm impartial to the Beer Garden at Chateau, The Corner Bar at the Flamingo, or anywhere else with a good patio where you can soak up some sun, grab a few drinks, and watch the people go by
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Joined: Sun Mar 07, 2010 9:03 am Posts: 1070 Location: West Seneca, New York
There is (or at least there used to be) a smokeshop downtown that had a great walk in humidor. Downtown is a great place to sit outside, smoke a cigar, drink a drink (or two or 3) and people watch. Also, it's nothing spectacular, but there is a cigar shop in the MGM. I will have to see if I can make it over to Don Pablo's. I've never had a freshly rolled cigar.
Wow thanks last year I was there and a guy in the old strip was rolling his own and had a small shop in the back of the nugget??? Maybe. The cigar wasn't half bad and I thought it was cool to try a fresh rolled one. Of course I did have a few beers at that point so do please forgive me if it really was a horrible smoke. I have another one in my humi still un smoked should be interesting. Again thanks for the quick response. Good luck on the tables.
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2011 9:55 am Posts: 54 Location: Black Creek, Wi
I stumbled onto Don Pablos a few years ago. Every trip since I get half dozen or so cigars. Reasonably priced and good cigars. Good variety so if your not sure what you want just ask and they will point you the right direction.