Finally got a chance to visit this place, after wanting to do so for years. It lived up to all of my expectations. We headed there on a Friday night in March with a group of ten or so people. The place was absolutely packed (in the good way, not the obnoxious people-bumping-into-you way).We stood in the outside area so that we could smoke. It was a fairly cool night but the outside area is very enclosed, and heated enough that we weren't uncomfortable at all (even the girls were fine being outside for a few hours).I was surprised that their humidor was so small, considering how big the place is. The humidor built into the wall to the right of where you walk in - floor to ceiling and about four feet wide. The selection is very limited, but I think most people will find something that they like if they haven't brought their own cigars. We grabbed a bunch of La Aroma De Cuba Mi Amors and we were happy.
Great place to go after work or into the evening. Outdoor patio, pleasant wait staff, very good food. Bring your own cigars as the selection is very limited and a bit on the pricey side. They are fine with you smoking your own.
On a visit to San Francisco I stopped here as it is one of the few places one can smoke a cigar in the town. Unfortunately while being "cigar friendly" it is only on the patio, which is heated. There was a fun sounding live band unfortunately it was inside and I was relegating to the outside.
I know this is not Cigar Bar & Grill's fault but that of the fascist state of California's ban on indoor smoking but as a resident of a state that has not yet gone over to the dark side it annoyed me.