Gentlemen, gather your mates and head to Vegas for a true one-of-a-kind experience! You already know about the fantastic gaming and all-you-can-eat buffets but Las Vegas has decided to up the ante and offer a cigar smoker’s paradise as well. The Montecristo Cigar Bar, which opened in March of this year, offers 4,000 sq. ft. of smoking bliss.
The bar is located in Caesar’s Palace and holds a 400 sq. ft. humidor which offers the cigar aficionado approximately 1,000 fresh choices. Some of the brands available include Padron, Romeo Y Julieta, Mi Amor, H. Upmann, San Cristobal, and of course, Montecristo. Additionally, there’s a retail shop, patio, and a bar and lounge.
To maintain a pleasant experience for its patrons, the bar is well ventilated to ensure that you get the full taste of your cigar without getting a lot of cross smoke. Additionally, the venue offers a more intimate 10-person area called The Vault. Other areas are named the Signature Bar, The Library, and The Courtyard.
What better way to celebrate that well-deserved raise, guys’ night, or fantasy sports draft! Sports fans can sit and relax in front of the 208” video wall (comprised of twelve televisions) to catch their favorite team in action. Your lady wants to shop til’ she drops? No, problem! You’ve got plenty to watch and sample. Have a great time honey!
For those that like a good stiff drink while they smoke, the bar area offers many cigar and drink pairings. Choices of whiskey include: American, Canadian, Irish, Japanese, Bourbon, and Scotch. The bar also offers cocktails and wine as well. For those looking for a little bite to eat, there’s also some snack-size items offered.
Want a little more? There will be the option to order from nearby restaurants and have the food delivered to you. So you have cigars, sports, food and gaming (it’s Vegas, of course.) Why would you ever want to leave?
While most of Vegas is open 24 hours a day, the Montecristo Cigar Bar is not. During the week it’s open until midnight and the weekends you can enjoy until 2 a.m. Happy hour is offered Monday-Thursday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
While we aren’t complaining, why is it still called Happy Hour when it never lasts only one hour?