André’s Cigar Lounge: Alizé’s “older brother” invites you for after dinner drinks
As you might already know, Vegas Celebrity Chef André Rochat is the proprietor of two of the top-ranked restaurants in Las Vegas. Alizé at the Top of the Palms is André’s latest success, but his original André’s Restaurant, which first opened in 1980 in downtown Vegas, is now an expanded, spectacular restaurant in its own right at the Monte Carlo Resort.
It’s here at André’s Restaurant that the only cigar lounge on the Las Vegas strip resides. Appropriately named “André’s Cigar Lounge,” the moment you step foot inside, you’ll know why it’s one of Vegas’ most popular nightspots for after-dinner/after-show patrons.
Just a 5-minute cab ride from Alizé, Andre’s Cigar Lounge is the quintessential ending to a most memorable dinner.
André’s Cigar Lounge offers such an inviting, warm atmosphere that it would likely be just as enticing even without one of the world’s greatest collections of cognacs and ports around. After the Nevada Clean Indoor Act outlawed smoking in restaurants a few years ago, Chef André Rochat created a separate ventilation and air filtration system for the Cigar Lounge to ensure that guests could continue to enjoy after dinner drinks, a fine cigar and stimulating conversation.
Ours is the only Cigar Lounge in Las Vegas located on the Strip, and one of just a handful of lounges in the Western United States to provide such state-of-the-art comfort to its guests.
You won’t find the age-old “blue cloud” of smoke and haze in André’s Cigar Lounge.
What you will find is the most extraordinary bar in North America, consisting of one of the most renowned cognac collections in the world … a well-rounded collection of 14 brands of cigars and an eye-popping 37 varieties … and our Cognac Specialist Patrick Trundle on hand to faithfully pair your cigar choice with an extraordinary cognac, armagnac or scotch selection.
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