From Our Editors
At Smoke on the Water, a 1,000-foot walk-in humidor with more than 250 imported, hand-rolled, and flavored cigars provides endless fodder for spicy smoke-curl creations. A covered patio on the waterfront overlooks kaleidoscopic sunsets, and bar-side, overstuffed armchairs pop antacids to relieve the results of their gluttony. Unoccupied mouth corners finally find tenants in the form of snug, seal-emblazoned cigars, including Dominican Republic Montecristos ($10?$13) and Cuban-style Padrons ($10.95?$39.95). Fruit fiends can relish a mango-margarita-flavored cigar ($3) or a 50-gram pack of Fantasia Raspberry Kamikaze hookah tobacco ($7). Bartenders pour specialty mixed drinks from the full bar, as well as oak-aged whiskeys such as the 12-year, single-malt Macallan ($12). DJs spin scintillating tunes on Friday nights, and a full-time jukebox inspires swiveling hips to hula-hoop with oversized smoke rings the rest of the week.