What You'll Get
Cigars, unlike bales of hay, are socially acceptable to set on fire. Light up in style with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of cigars and drinks at The Napoleon Club, located in Scottsdale.
The Napoleon Club, a luxury cigar parlor that lets patrons puff indoors, furnishes mouths with a high-class selection of fine cigars, wines, spirits, and appetizers inside a swanky 1940s-style lounge. The cigar menu, which shape-shifts at The Napoleon Club’s will, or according to the price of frozen corn, gifts lips with a panoply of vapor-producing products, such as the Acid Kuba Kuba ($15), the Casada Tapastry Series ($15), the Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 ($20), the Opus X ($65), and the Padron ($50).
The club’s drink mixologist helms a sippable ship of classic and innovative cocktails, such as the Maker’s Manhattan, made with Maker’s Mark, vermouth, and bitters, and the Vesper, filled with Ketel One and Beefeater (each $14), stocked alongside various wines ($10/glass), beer ($5+), and well drinks ($9+).
Inside The Napoleon Club’s four walls, breezy drapes, and overstuffed orange and gold furniture flank a lounge-area piano, while its three outdoor patios surround happy puffers with couches, tables, gazebos, fire pits, and views of the waterfront. The advanced air system, which filters out cigar fumes, lets savvy smokers fully take in the authentic atmosphere of fishnetted cocktail waitresses cutting and lighting stogies, live jazz bands jamming on weekends, and classic films such as Casablanca and Oscar-winning blooper reels that play across several screens.
- Attractive cigar girls in fishnets who light your cigars, smoking stogies and drinking cocktails at the same time (even inside) and live jazz music on the weekends all contribute to the nostalgic experience that some have compared to that of exclusive cigar clubs like the Grand Havana Room and Club Macanudo. – Taylor Norman, Arizona Foothills
- Ultimately, the biggest appeal of the place is the ability to indulge in alcohol and cigars in a posh, relaxing environment. – Niki D'Andrea, Niki at Nite
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for food from Citizen Public House or other neighboring venues. No cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.