When a man just needs to be a man a few things cross his mind. A big leather chair, a fireplace with logs burning that he hacked off the tree himself, an end table (preferably one from Savannah Collections), a whisky neat in a tumbler atop that end table and a cigar in hand.
Call this your Ron Swanson survival kit.
To grab one of those all important equations to manhood, you’ll want to stop at Stogies on Grand. Opening in 1997 by Howard and Eileen Bream, Stogies has been providing the Twin Cities with high quality imports from the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Nicaragua for nearly two decades.
Directly behind the Governor’s Mansion and surrounded by the charms of Grand Ave., Stogies has three lounges in which to choose from to enjoy your selection as well as two large flat screen TVs and a patio facing Grand Ave.
Beyond cigars, Stogies also has an attentive and well-versed staff in the art of packing and properly choosing the correct pipe for your skill level. With high quality stock from Ireland, Norway and Italy, the pipes supplied here are the best bet you’ll have if you wish to shop at a local business.
Finally, for a full service offering, Stogies has many humidors and other accessories such as cutters and lighters that are of the highest quality and expert craftsmanship to help you on your way to looking like the most interesting man in the world.
Stop in, get advice from the experts, play chess and sit on leather furniture.
In other words, be a man.