Even though there are fewer and fewer places to smoke in New York the community is growing. Cigar event-planner and founder of Fine Tobacco NYC, Matthias Clock, takes us to his favorite spots in the big apple.
An involuntary move to a bigger place resulted in something new at New York’s oldest cigar shop: Barclay Rex now has a private club.
Nice Ash owner Rob Roth opened 2007 in New York his own establishment with all of the services and amenities he felt were missing in the Buffalo/Depew cigar landscape.
Davidoff has announced the release of a limited special release cigar to commemorate 30 successful years on Madison Avenue in New York City. The Madison Avenue Flagship store first opened its doors on June 10th, 1987.
Less than two years after the opening of its new Davidoff flagship store on 6th Avenue in New York the company added another one, this time on Liberty Street in the Downtown area. With the new Freedom Tower overlooking its operation, the store has had a good first year.
The first annual Buffalo Cigar Festival will be held on September 23rd, 2017 from 12 – 8pm at The Wings Meeting Place Pavilion in Orchard Park, New York, adjacent to New Era Field.
A Grand Opening of the new La Palina Lounge upstairs at the famed Carnegie Club in New York City will be held on May 23rd, 2017.
The cigar club “Fine Tobacco NYC”, founded by Matthias Clock, is an event-based association and thus the first of its kind. It is a contemporary cigar club, where members “explore the art and enjoyment of the cigar experience.”
The 90 visitors this evening were treated to an Alma Fuerte, a cigar made of 100 percent Nicaraguan tobacco, paired up with two glasses of Glenfiddich, the 14 Year Bourbon Barrel and the 15 Year Solera.
The Knickerbocker Hotel and Club Macanudo have announced a joint partnership launching the city’s premier alfresco cigar lounge called “Club Macanudo at The Knick” set at the legendary New York hotel’s rooftop bar, St. Cloud, opening July 7.
Davidoff celebrates the official opening of its global Flagship Store and Cigar Lounge in lower Manhattan today. ‘Davidoff of Geneva – since 1911’ Downtown occupies 2,000 square feet in Brookfield Place, a luxury shopping destination alongside the Hudson River.
For the first time in history, Club Macanudo hosted the American qualification tournament for the Cigar Smoking World Championship.