More than just a place for cigar aficionados to go to enjoy a good puff and relax, or for non-smokers to enjoy conversation, food, and an all-around good time, Noblemen Cigar Lounge, the newest addition to the Pittsburgh area, is an establishment of brotherhood, nobility and love for the community.
Since its opening in June, Noblemen Cigar Lounge has been taking the Pittsburgh area by storm with its daily entertainment; diverse menu consisting of chicken, salmon and lamb chops, just to name a few; and the overall vibe of the environment.
It’s a place where men and women can come and “feel the love,” Sheldon Oliver, CEO & owner of Noblemen Cigar Lounge, told the New Pittsburgh Courier. “They can see noble men doing noble things and see noble women doing noble things.”
He also said the lounge is a place where kings and queens can come for a good time and feel that “noble love” while they’re there.
At the lounge, there is something for everyone, from First Responders Day on Mondays; Taco and Karaoke on Tuesdays; Port Authority Day and $1 Wings on Wednesdays; Ladies Night (Pink Night) on Thursdays; Live Jazz and R&B on Fridays and Saturdays; and Brunch and Poetry on Sundays.
But it’s that “noble love” that makes this particular cigar lounge stand out, according to Tina Mollett. She’s a Penn Hills resident who was visiting the cigar lounge for the third time when she spoke to the Courier.
“I love the atmosphere—it’s very comfortable, it’s very relaxing and it’s enjoyable…I truly hope the community will continue to support this Black business. Because when you get to be 30, 40-plus, you want somewhere nice to go. You have your local bars, which are great, but this is somewhere nice where you can just come out, relax or (go) in the evening, on your way home from work.”
Established on the foundation of wanting to give people in the community a safe, loving space where they can enjoy themselves, Noblemen Cigar Lounge was birthed from the vision of the Noblemen organization, a brotherhood of 13 Black men with a strong commitment to what they call the 5 C’s—Christ, Character, Community, Camaraderie and the Calling of being noble men.
9805 Frankstown Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15235