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Three Little Indians Cigar Shop
Nearby Subway Stops
B, D at Grand St.
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This venue is closed.
In 1994, Lawrence Amoruso opened this shop at the front of his father’s enterprise, Florio’s Restaurant. Head shots of bigwigs and Penthouse pinups sporting dedications scrawled in black Sharpie are taped to every scrap of wall and door, and two wooden sculptures of Indian chief heads stand sentinel at the bar. The bar along one wall is fully stocked and full of regulars, and on the opposite wall, a few tables sit next to the cigar display cases. The cigars, which come mainly from Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, and Honduras, range from mild to full-bodied. Some are flavored with vanilla, rum, chocolate, cherry, cognac, mango, and perfumes. The shop is also known for its private stock, a limited-reserve cigar that undergoes a five-year cognac aging process. Along with cigars, Three Little Indians also sells smokers’ accessories such as cigar cutters, lighters, ashtrays, humidors, and cigar cases.