Want to smoke your cigars hassle-free? You've come to the right place

You want to kick-back and relax with a good cigar, but the question is, where are you going to smoke it? Unless you have the freedom to smoke in your house, or there's a cigar lounge close by, there aren't that many options these days.

But what if there was a place you could smoke that was worth driving a few extra miles to get to? Or what if you were planning a trip to a particular city and wanted to know what establishments permitted cigar smoking?

Enter CigarPlaces.com, your online guide to cigar-friendly places to smoke.

I learned about CigarPlaces.com a few days ago when I received an email from a young gentleman named Chris who came up with the idea.

"I've been feeling the pain of having fewer and fewer places to have a cigar, even in Michigan," wrote Chris. "So I decided to use what I know about the web to try to make it easier for people to find a place to enjoy a cigar."

Chris created an interactive map that lets you easily search for a cigar-friendly locale, not just in the U.S., but anywhere in the world. You can search the list alphabetically, or simply type in a city & state or country. Plus, the site allows users to add places they know of that permit cigar smoking. (Of course, I couldn't resist adding the Famous Smoke Shop Retail Store in Easton, PA.)

"I created CigarPlaces.com not just because I believe strongly in our right to do something that we enjoy, but also because cigar lounges, cigar bars, and cigar-friendly restaurants are difficult to search for," added Chris. "And because of the way search engines work, searching on the words "cigar lounge" on a site like Google Maps, does not return very extensive results."

Since its debut, the site has been very well-received. 46 locations were added on second day alone. If you'd like to add a cigar-friendly restaurant, lounge, store, casino, you-name-it, visit CigarPlaces.com and let the world know.

After all, as "brothers of the leaf" it's our duty to help each other out.

Comments

Rev. Jeff said…
Kudos to Chris! It's about time someone took the initiative on this matter. Good luck with the site.
Rev. J.

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