I stopped in this place several years ago and it was mostly just a cigar factory environment. It's changed a lot since then. When you walk in, you have cigar rollers and a selection of house and well-known cigars on your left. Straight ahead is a barista that will make you a cuban coffee sample, and there are also some different types of chairs (shoe shine chair - but no shoe shine service - barber chair, rocking chair, etc.). To your right are a few things. There's an old fashioned barber shop, also some additional rollers, a small lounge area with a couple of couches and then the guys playing dominos. I wouldn't consider this place a lounge; it does not have the feel of a place that I would stay very long. It has more of a feel of a car dealership with people who are working there walking around all the time interacting with you seeing what you are going to do next. Their house cigars are good and you get a discount if you buy in bulk. They have very limited parking so if you get a spot make it count by staying and smoking a cigar. After that, buy some to smoke later and head out..