Post by PhantomWolf on Oct 11, 2017 15:08:24 GMT -5
Any Philadelphians and or general denizens of Eastern PA have a must-see tobacconist I should visit? I'll be in town for a show Sunday night with friends and when I wake Monday, I of course plan on filling my recovering body with an obscene amount of steak and cheese- which I'm pretty sure I'll need a proper smoke after.
Holt's is a great place and they have a cool lounge all the way in the back of the store. Well worth the visit, IMO.
"People are not made better by a briar. An idiot before smoking a pipe is still an idiot after smoking a pipe, they're just more likely to speak less drivel with something in their mouth. For that, all society should be grateful."
Drawing of my beloved Daisy by my mom from picture my wife and daughter took for father's day
Posts: 2,470 First Name: Mike Favorite Pipe: The one I have smoking right this minute Favorite Tobacco: A few codger OTC.. My own blends, english, aromatics, Va/pers, well anything but Lakelands so it seems Location:
Light from floor-to-ceiling front windows reaches to the back, along an 18-seat white marble serpentine bar and surrounding high-top tables. There are two flat-screen televisions behind the bar and a 3-D wooden piece of art from local painter Michael P. Rocco depicting rolling tobacco fields.
The Levins also want to reach out to nonsmokers with 200 whiskeys, signature cocktails and a state-of-the-art air-purification system.
All told, general manager David Marks (Silk City, N 3rd) has 300 spirits plus six draft beers and 20 more in bottles, a variety of eight to 10 wines by the glass, and charcuterie and cheese plates.
Hours: 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Friday, noon to 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Last Edit: Oct 13, 2017 12:14:16 GMT -5 by trailboss
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