5335 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Located next door to Bryan Voltaggio’s recently opened RANGE comes – Civil Cigar Lounge in the Chevy Chase Pavilion.
Their website says:
CIVIL CIGAR LOUNGE — brought to you by John Anderson and Matt Krimm of W. Curtis Draper Tobacconist — is a premium cigar lounge and small plate eatery concept located in the Chevy Chase Pavilion, 5335 Wisconsin Avenue NW in Washington, DC. A carefully curated selection of premium cigars from Nicaragua, Honduras and the Dominican Republic will be paired with premium and small batch spirits, wines, beers and specialty cocktails.
The small plates menu will be developed exclusively by Chef Bryan Voltaggio’s RANGE, located adjacent to CIVIL in the Chevy Chase Pavilion.
CIVIL features a 500 square foot retail section and 5,000 square foot lounge. Our state of the art air handling system replaces 100% of the air in the facility every two minutes. In addition, 125 humidified cigar lockers are available for lease.
You can see their menus here. More photos after the jump.
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