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See Inside Solaire's Newly Opened Underground Cigar Bar

The Cigar Bar & Poker Room is a sanctuary for those that love fine cigars and spirits.
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On March 5, Town & Country invited a few friends to Solaire Resort & Casino for our first Theatrical Dine Around. A spin-off of our Dine Around, we took our special guests to dinner at Solaire’s fabulous signature restaurants Red Lantern, Yakumi, and Finestra before seeing The Phantom of the Opera.

Before the festivities started, cocktails commenced at Solaire’s newly opened The Cigar Bar & Poker Room where Phantom-themed cocktails with names like Music of the Night, Secret of Darkness, and Behind the Mask were served. The Cigar Bar’s intimate atmosphere made for the perfect setting. Scroll down for a look inside.

Located beneath the casino floor, The Cigar Bar & Poker Room is one of Solaire’s newest offerings.


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A vast array of quality wines adorns the entry walkway.


The Cigar Bar is styled as a sophisticated den with heavy dark wood accents and comfy plush sofas.


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The first thing you see once you enter is the plush nine-seater bar stocked with premium liquor.


As entertainment, the whole space has television screens playing classic black and white movies.


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From beer to wine and spirits, there’s a selection for everyone no matter what your choice of tipple is.


The cocktails were created by Solaire’s senior beverage manager Michael O’Shea.


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One of the bar’s signature cocktails is Purple Skies.


The premium blend of Michter’s Whiskey and Malbec red wine is an ode to a classic New York sour. There’s also the Tora Tora, a sour cocktail of Citadelle Gin, Luxardo Maraschino Liquer, and Crème de Violette.

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Prices for the cocktails range from P400 to P500.


For a limited time, The Cigar Bar is also offering Phantom of the Opera-themed cocktails with names like Music of the Night, Secret of Darkness, and Behind the Mask.


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There are plenty of intimate nooks for quiet conversation while enjoying drinks and a cigar.


Aside from the main area, there’s a room that can accommodate 40-50 people.


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Modernity is combined with Art Deco in the space.


A closer look at one of the many interesting vignettes.


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Choose from one of the cozy corners in the room.


The cigar bar is a sight in itself.


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It’s stocked with both local and imported cigars.


Prices for the local cigars range from P340 to P1,350.


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While imported cigars run from P795 to P19,000 for the premium Cuban cigars.


The Cigar Bar & Poker Room is located in Solaire Resort & Casino near the Bay Tower Entrance.


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Paolo Chua
Paolo Chua is a style writer based in Manila. He writes about fashion, trends, shopping, current news, and more for Townandcountry.ph.
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