Corona Cigar Co. welcomes all types of cigar lovers, from casual smokers to rolled tobacco connoisseurs to four-star generals in need of chomping sticks. The shop’s friendly atmosphere encourages ample browsing, which is made easy by a stock of millions of premium in-store cigars that patrons can savor as they sit back, relax, and enjoy a rare spirit, cocktail, or glass of wine at the bar.
Authentic European Style Cafe, that Boasts Over 1,500 Square Ft. of Stylish Decor, Warm Lighting, Comfortable Seating, and Excellent Food and Drinks, Including Homemade Pastries, Fresh Sandwiches, Seattle's Best Coffee, and German Beer/Wine.
Plumes of hookah smoke scent the air of Zorba's Greek Taverna, where hints of jasmine, rose, and caramel mingle with the smells of garlic, tahini, and spices wafting from the kitchen. Slices of pita bread scoop up housemade tzatziki, and plates of moussaka layer eggplant, potatoes, and ground beef beneath béchamel and tomato sauces. An open flame licks marinated quail, and pepperoncini nestles beside gyro wraps, waiting to delight tongues with a slight kick. Greek coffee, beer, wine, and ouzo complement the dishes, and desserts such as baklava and three-layer chocolate cake end meals on a sweet note.
Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine is a family owned business, established in 2005, that offers variety of authentic Turkish food from many regions of Turkey. Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine adapted its name from one of the oldest cities in the world, Istanbul, which was once known as the Constantinople in the early 13th century.
Smoke in 55 exotically flavored varieties dances smoothly between relaxed patrons as they clink glasses in Alchemy Lounge. During 45- to 60-minute sessions, the lounge’s staff of smoke specialists tends to smoldering all-natural coconut charcoal tablets and slaps away the flame-stealing hands of Prometheus.
In the midst of nightly live jazz, diners feast on a plethora of dishes made from premium ingredients, including Japanese Kobe beef and hand-foraged mushrooms, while sipping sommelier-recommended wines from an award-winning selection. To gear up gustatory glands, patrons can dive fork-first into the sesame pepper-crusted Hawaii bigeye ahi tuna partnered with pickled cucumbers and seaweed salad ($18). Served with french fries and chimichurri sauce, the Kobe skirt steak ($29) comes from cows raised according to the strict laws in Hyogo Prefecture, which forbids cattle to date until they graduate high school. Alternatively raised in free-spirited rivers and music festivals, the wild-caught salmon shares plate space with tuscan potato salad, capers, arugula, and a citrus-fennel purée ($34). Similarly sating, the double cut Australian lamb chops are bathed in a zinfandel reduction sauce and paired with rosemary-garlic mashed potatoes ($44).