Mi Casa Cigar offers a relaxing new paradise for stogie aficionados, with plush leather couches for lounging, rich selections of premium tobaccos, and a vast array of accessories to satisfy every cigar lover. This palatial playground for smoke devotees sports a rotating selection of stellar cigar brands, kept fresh inside one of the largest humidors in the area. All cigars are rolled with pure tobacco, eschewing the preservatives in drugstore cigars or the habit-forming bubblegum in cheap confectionary knock-offs. Prized cigars such as an El Primer Mundo Liga Miami ($9.70) and Camacho Limited Harvest 2008 ($8) produce a smooth taste and calming effect strong enough to keep expectant fathers from pacing around the waiting room or naming their kid Something Rash. Mi Casa also carries a varied selection of accessories, with Vector lighters (starting at $19.95), ashtrays, and Xikar cigar cutters ($59.99) for chomping into the perfect stogie.
Pro Design Center's craftspeople custom construct blinds and shutters from PVC, wood, and faux wood and affix them to residential and commercial windows alike. They also drape portholes with a stock of window coverings from Hunter Douglas and Comfortex, which they fit to windows of all sizes and shapes, including arches. During in-home consultations, staff members unfurl measuring tape around the window's frame and waistline, flip through sample books with the customer before undertaking the project. Once clients choose their blinds or shutters, the crew drills and maneuvers these coverings into place with installation.
En Fuego proffers first-class cigars and sumptuous surroundings to smokers of every sort; tobacco buffs are regaled with luxurious lounges of leather couches and flat-screen TVs among exposed brick and diffuse lighting. An array of handrolled premium cigars from Latin American countries and domestic locales alike line the shelves, including Padron, Montecristo, and Romeo y Julieta, with a wide enough assortment to serve countless Groucho Marx impersonators and chronic fathers ($5–$35). Cavendish connoisseurs and Virginia virtuosos can also acquire an abundance of tobacco varieties, perfect for pipe packing and crafting giftable sachets of grandfatherly potpourri.
The Cowboy House connects sports fans with sports memorabilia and stadium chairs that were harvested at Texas Stadium before its demolition in 2010. Cowboys fans can recline in reminiscence as they re-create cherished game memories in their own living rooms, from celebratory crowd leaps to epic feats of hot-dog eating. Sports memorabilia such as autographed jerseys and plaques provide customers with memorable keepsakes, and each stadium seat comes with a certificate of authenticity and a map to the secret location of Tony Romo's empty-pizza-box collection.
At All Around Sports, students trade hours spent on treadmills for high-intensity workouts that blend squats, sprints, crunches, and weighlifting exercises. Guided by certified fitness coaches Travis and Toni Cattell, clients build muscle and burn fat in an indoor arena, lifting dumbbells and hoisting medicine balls according to ever-changing interval training routines. Instructors supplement the exercise regimen with nutritional tips and fitness games such as tug of war or obstacle courses keep workouts exciting and prepare clients for rounds of human-sized Mouse Trap.