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Cigarbox Brings The Cigars, Whiskey and More

The local cigar bar brings premium cigars as well

Cigarbox
Cigarbox
Cigarbox

Cigarbox

Address: 4046 Dean Martin Drive

Phone: 702-405-5755

Hours: Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em at the relocated Cigarbox, a neighborhood cigar bar. The 2,300-square-foot cigar bar just moved from South Rancho Drive into new digs with a well-ventilated space with 26-foot-tall ceilings. A humidor houses a premium cigars and the bar always has a cigar expert on hand to make a recommendation.

The design modernizes the classic den through an industrial loft-style setting with oversized furniture, an eclectic art collection and exposed rafters on the ceiling. A bar offers wine, beer, coffee drinks and spirits, as well as snacks. High-definition televisions visible from every seat provide a constant view of the game.

At its height, Freyboy Tobacco, owned by Michael Frey, had 10 cigar shops in its portfolio, and Frey himself has become the go-to cigar purveyor in the city for locals.

The new Cigarbox is also designed to operate as a co-working space, with a rectangular table meant for meetings and laptops, complete with Wi-Fi access and electrical ports.

Cigarbox originally opened in 2008

Guests can look for American whiskeys such as Elijah Craig, Eagle Rare, Michter’s, Redemption Barrel Rye, Willet Family Estate Rye, Westland Sherry Cask and Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Casa Fuente. Scotches include Dalmore, two Macallan Special Editions, Bowmore and Belvenie. From Asian, find Kavalan Single Barrel Sherry Cask for Casa Fuente and Hibiki.

Rums, tequilas and cognac also makes the menu.

Nine beers also sit behind the are. Patrons can find Kasteel Barista Chocolate Quad Rocheforte, Unibroue La Fin Du Monde, Oskar Blues Death by Coconut, Alpine Duet IPA, Ayinger Brauweisse, Tumer Pils, Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion 003 and Schonramer Pilsner.

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