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Finally, a place where smokers don't have to feel ostracized. Smoke Café, nestled in a colorful, Old Florida plaza off A1A and Oakland Park, offers its customers more than 100 types of cigars, along with hookah tobacco. The hearty aroma wafts around the entrance, greeting you at the door or as you walk by to other neighborhood businesses like Bruce's Tattoo shop or the famous Café Martorano. The wooden décor and wall-sized wine rack give the small space a cozy yet sophisticated feel. In a not-so-sophisticated turn, customers can also power up the Wii for some videogame fun. Smoke Café doesn't serve liquor, but it carries wine, 50 kinds of beer, and sake. Free food is served on Monday and Tuesday with the purchase of smokes or drink.
On a late weekday afternoon, all is as it should be at the Smoke Café. Several patrons are perched along the black marble-topped bar, where a phalanx of elaborate stainless-steel lighters stands. A retired gentleman is regaling a visitor with tales of a near-death experience, puffing slowly throughout the narrative to build drama. A beefy young man is flirting with Kate, the cigarmaid from Pittsburgh behind the bar, whose blond hair contrasts with the deep auburn wood of the walls.... More »
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