Best Cigar Bars In Las Vegas
You might think that a town known for bachelor parties and “guy trips” would have a bar or lounge dedicated to enjoying a cigar at every turn. That couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, it’s not easy to find a cigar bar or lounge in Las Vegas where you can light up and grab a drink with your friends or like minded people.
Here are some of the best places on the Vegas Strip and Downtown Las Vegas where you can grab a cigar and relax without fearing that you might bother or offend anyone with your smoke.
Montecristo (Caesars Palace)
This is newest cigar lounge and bar in Las Vegas and it’s located right in the center of the Vegas Strip. It’s always easy to say that the newest of anything is the best but Montecristo legitimately might be the best cigar bar and lounge on the Vegas Strip. The 100 seat bar and lounge has four distinct areas – The Signature Bar, The Library, The Courtyard and The Vault Room – in just 4,000 square feet of space. The state-of-the-art ventilation system keeps air circulating in the relatively large cigar lounge. This comes in handy when you’re lined up at the bar playing video poker. Montecristo has the high-end feeling that you’re looking for in that once a year or once in a lifetime experience.
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd., (866) 227-5938 caesars.com
Davidoff of Geneva Cigar Bar (Fashion Show Mall)
This cigar bar is different from any other Davidoff location that you’ll find in Las Vegas. The cigar bar has a large humidifier with an equally large selection of cigars. The bar offers the high-end spirits and signature cocktails that you can pair nicely with a cigar. This bar is unique in that you can smoke outside on the patio just above the Vegas Strip or inside at the bar, in lounge chairs or in your own VIP nook. The Davidoff Cigar Bar is a great location for beginners as the friendly and knowledgeable staff will help guide you through the large selection of cigars.
3200 S Las Vegas Blvd., (702) 473-5001 davidoffcigarbarlv.com
Casa Fuente (Caesars Palace Forum Shops)
There was a time in Las Vegas when it felt as though Casa Fuente was the only game in town if you wanted an experience dedicated to smoking a cigar. There are more places to grab a smoke than ever but Casa Fuente in the Caesars Palace Forum Shops remains one of the best. Sure the humidor has a great selection of cigars and the staff is great but the drinks are what really make every visit special. Everything from the espresso to mojitos and sangria makes this a cigar bar fit for any mood.
3500 S Las Vegas Blvd., (702) 731-5051 casafuente.com
Andre’s (Monte Carlo)
Andre’s may be known by most who visit Las Vegas as a fine dining French restaurant but that’s just the tip of the iceberg here. Drinkers and smokers know Andre’s for the cigar lounge with a large whiskey and wine menu. The lounge would best be described as cozy and it’s probably best enjoyed by a group of 2-4 people. The selection of cigars is smaller than the competition but just enough options for all price ranges. Andre’s has a great location at Monte Carlo just off The Park and offers excellent Happy Hour and Whiskey specials.
3770 S Las Vegas Blvd., (702) 798-7151 andrelv.com
Binion’s Cigar Lounge
Unlike the other cigar bars, the Cigar Lounge at Binion’s doesn’t sell cigars it’s just a nice relaxed environment to hang out and smoke with your friends. You can purchase cigars from Vato Cigars inside of Binion’s. This kind of cigar lounge would be a perfect addition to any casino floor. It’s a nice environment to smoke without being concerned about others who may not want your smoke. The mellow environment has big comfy chairs and a few tvs. Like most businesses in downtown Las Vegas, you’ll find that the prices for cigars at Vato’s and drinks in the casino are very affordable.
Binions Gambling Hall; 128 Fremont St., (702) 366-7327