Justin Harris ventured north of Baltimore, MD where off the beaten path lies a true gem: the Main Street Cigar & Pipe Company. Upon entering the lobby, Justin could already tell that he was in for a treat and a few hours of enjoyment.
Omar de Frias, founder of Fratello Cigars, announced that his company, in partnership with W. Curtis Draper Tobacconist, will be offering relief to federal employees in the DC area.
What could possibly make a visit to an already awesome adult playground even better? A cigar lounge, that’s what!
Looking around the landscape of the cigar industry, one thing notably missing is the presence of African-American brick & mortar owners, especially females. Shirley McClellan opened the Fire & Smoke Cigar Parlor in Baltimore, MD with a mission.
Classifying the QG as a one-stop-shop would be an insult and understatement. This “department store” is a comprehensive experience and a must-visit locale when visiting Baltimore, MD.
Driving on Sherwood Road in Cockeysville, MD, there sits what appears to be a large house/event space on a hill under the covering of hundred-year-old trees. This resort-esque venue is the Humidour Cigar Shoppe, a full-service tobacconist.