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Puffs-N-Stuff (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by Samhain2000 7/10/2010 2:30:39 AM
Puffs n Stuff (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by qman22 4/1/2008 2:14:36 PM Pretty nice for a mall tobacco shop, but you can't smoke inside. They have a moderate selection of accessories and a pretty large walk in humidor. The owner is knowledgable, but is not usually there. The women that work there don't know much and usually try to push random crap on you.
Old Allegheny Shoppe (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by Samhain2000 7/19/2010 1:36:22 PM The manager claims it is the oldest B&M in Pittsburgh.
It is nice no matter. One large walk in humidor and two large wall humidors for piticular vendors like Davidoff and Ashton. They have seating, Tables with bar stools and a few chairs. They just took over the closed wine store and are turning it into a larger smoking lounge (07/19/2010).
Miller's Seafood House (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by cavenbk 7/16/2013 10:05:47 PM There is a restaurant and a seperated bar. Smoking is allowed in the bar where food can be purchased. Bar is a small dive type but a good place to hang out, plus they are cigar friendly!
Maduro Smoke Shop (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by troysoy2 9/26/2012 10:45:54 PM The owner, Rachel, is extremely knowledgeable and can help anyone find the perfect smoke. They hold special events more or less monthly, and are always getting new cigars in stock. Highly recommended.
Leaf and Bean in the Strip (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by Samhain2000 6/15/2010 12:12:58 PM This is a laid back comfortable place to enjoy a smoke. Outside and indooor seating, live bands, etc...
Perhaps the coolest cigar establishment I have ever been to.
Jernigan's Tobacco Village (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by cavenbk 1/29/2013 10:44:15 PM Nice little cigar store and bar in the Galleria Mall. Have tobacco sales and accesories, cigar lockers, walk-in humidor and an attached bar that allows smoking.
Cigar Bar at Cioppino (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by cavenbk 1/29/2013 10:52:56 PM With its separate entry and warm mahogany surroundings… the Cigar Bar is perfect for a group gathering. Full dining room menu available. Room seats comfortably 40 to 50 people and can stand over 100 people…ideal for cocktail gathering. Two large plasma TVs. Rental fee applied. FREE WiFi available.
Cigar Bar (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by Samhain2000 7/10/2010 2:26:22 AM
Bloom Cigar Company (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by Samhain2000 7/10/2010 2:38:26 AM
Blend Cigar Bar (Pittsburgh, PA, United States) Submitted by Cfickter 1/22/2016 10:07:17 AM To open in later 2016
Press Release: http://www.blendbarcigar.com/2016/01/blend-expanding-to-pittsburgh/
Pat's Beverages (Pottstown, PA, United States) Submitted by mhuss 4/29/2008 11:44:37 PM The only reason I'm adding this Place is to serve as a warning. Please, please do not shop here if you find yourself in Pottstown. The town itself is a pitiful place. There's absoutely no reason to go there at all. I grew up there. I should know. And take it from me, stay away. If you want decent beer, than visit this store. But if you want good cigars, keep driving. They have a very small walk-in humidor that is more like a closet. You honestly could not get more than two people in that space. They have a larger selection in glass cabinets, but they are located by the checkout counter near the door. And that is probably an issue itself. They have large humidifers in each of the cases that seemingly create way too much humidity. A lot of their cigars have a filthy coat of gray-greenish film attached to them. The selection itself is alright, but they do carry a lot of stuff that I've never heard of. I'm not claiming to be an expert, but I do know most quality brands out there. This is not a very reliable place to buy your sticks. And that is the main reason why I have added this store. It is to let you know to keep on driving. Not that you'd stop by a beer distributor in Pennsylvania to purchase your cigars. But just in case you were thinking about it....
Cigar Cigars (Reading, PA, United States) Submitted by mhuss 4/4/2008 11:36:11 PM This is a fairly new store in Reading at the Fairgrounds Square Mall. Their selection is still a little light because of that, but they are planning on adding and expanding their selection. They do offer some real gems already, like Pinar 3000 and 4000 and a few Hemmingway's. They feature a modest-sized walk-in humidor, as well a small lounge area with a big-screen television. They also have a Member's Only area that also has a big-screen television. They feature their own line of cigars, which are hand-rolled inside the walk-in humidor. They are called Eduardo, and are offered in several different sizes and wrappers. And if you're lucky and you let them know it's your first time in the store (like I did), they'll offer you a freebie on the house. The very knowledgeable woman gave me a great tour of the store, as well. She really seemed to know her stuff. Once they get all of their planned stock in house, they'll be a store well worth visiting.
SmoKings 2 (Royersford, PA, United States) Submitted by timpellis 12/31/2014 8:34:17 AM Better selection than the one in Collegeville. The walk in is really used for box storage, you can find some gold in there. The owner is nice and they usually run specials. Their prices are very good for a non-online store. For example I had an order in for a box Sharks for 200 even and they were going to give me their sale of buy 6 get 1 free as well so I would have paid even less (their distributor did not send them so I haven't gotten the deal yet).
El Fumador (Sewickley, PA, United States) Submitted by paulian3 5/31/2008 9:18:11 PM This place has a very well stocked humidor, a fantastic selection of pipes, stocks both Dunhill and DuPont lighters and has a wonderful assortment of tinned and bulk pipe tobaccos. There's a small seating arrangement in the back and they do a great mail order business. The problem is, the owner is a nut. One day he'll snatch something out of your hand because he's afraid you'll damage it, the next he'll chat about mutual friends and really take care of you. Still, truly great tobacco shops can bear crazy owners, and if you're ever in the area, I'd definitely recommend a stop at the El Fumador.
The Penn-Ohio Cigar Company (Sharon, PA, United States) Submitted by MichaelS 4/1/2015 6:45:42 PM Nice selection of popular sticks, good prices and a nice seating area. Worth a trip if your close.
One Stop Cigars (Shillington, PA, United States) Submitted by Herfin' Chef 11/27/2010 10:36:07 PM This Shop just opened in Oct. 2110. The inventory consists of alot of your standard sticks. The owner/operator, Dany Patel, (yes Patel) assures me that it will be expanding. He was open for suggestions and I humbly requested the Man O' War and Ave Maria lines for starters. They have some gourmet coffee and soft drinks as well light snacks. They also carry alot of tubes and bulk tobbaco for the home roller.A neat little smoke shop for the "grab and go". Stop by abd have Mr. Patel order you up some of your favorite stumps.(I still cant get over his name)
Planet RYO - Shrewsbury, PA (Shrewsbury, PA, United States) Submitted by PlanetRYO 2/19/2013 1:53:29 PM Planet RYO is a full service smoke shop with one of the area's largest selections of cigars. Friendly & knowledgeable staff and great pricing!
Top Shelf Cigar Company (Skippack, PA, United States) Submitted by mhuss 4/11/2008 3:00:35 PM A nice little cigar shop in the heart of a little shopping village in southeast PA. The shop itself is located behind another store, so it may not be in sight while driving along the road. There are signs to point you back toward the parking lot, though. The staff is very friendly and can be relied on for a few suggestions. They have a pretty nice selection with the usual names. They also have some harder to find items like the Hemingway series from Fuente. They have a couple of couches in the back corner of the store with a large TV, I'm not sure if the general public is welcomed back there to enjoy a smoke. There were two or three gentlemen back there, but they seemed to me like employees. They also offer the usual accoressories like cutters and ashtrays. They have a table full of specials right as you walk in the door. The only thing I didn't care for at this store was that they have a bottom row of cigars located right along the floor. It's a little hard to see what brand they are, let alone to see what kind of condition they're in. You almost have to get on your hands and knees to check them out. Other than that, this is a pretty nice shop to visit if you visit the town for a little shopping or a nice meal.