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Stogie Cutter – Gilbert, AZ

Submitted by Rob on June 8, 2008 – 9:25 pm9 Comments

Stogie Cutter cigar shop in Gilbert, Arizona is located on Guadalupe Rd and Cooper Rd. This gem of a cigar shop may be hard to see from the street, but once you find it – you will not be sorry. This is one of the most personable and friendly cigar shops I have ever encountered.

Pricing at Stogie Cutter is a reasonably-priced cigar shop. Cigars did not have any outlandish markups; Stogie Cutter actually had very popular cigars that are sold out / hard to come by at other shops, for a reasonable price (the nub).

As you open the door to Stogie Cutter you have just let in a minuscule amount of light that just cuts across the dark, smoky filled room. The windows to the outside are completely covered. The walls are very dark, the furniture is deep rich leather, and even the bar is black with dark wood. Light comes from the few deep yellow lamps and the large plasma screens plastered across the walls. The cigar mood is set, and set well.

Richard, the owner of Stogie Cutter, has been in the shop at every visit. I have always stepped foot in the shop with a warm visit (so has everyone else who has come in). All the shop visitors are friendly and always willing to involve you in conversation.

The atmosphere is wonderful. On my 4th visit or so (I visited multiple times prior to making any review) I decided to have a beer with my smoke. I sat down, lit the cigar, and without even asking – had the beer in front of me. Richard had remembered the beer I had on the very first visit month’s ago.

I will be making this my personal shop, getaway, and cigar supplier.

Stogie Cutter
(480) 813-2628
833 N. Cooper Rd., Suite #106
Gilbert, AZ 85233
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  • Tom Humes says:

    Nice Site layout for your blog. I am looking forward to reading more from you.

    Tom Humes

  • Mark Lohrman says:

    This is the best kept secret in the valley cigar community. Great people, great atmosphere, a friendly and helpful staff, and a terrific assortment of cigars that really focuses on quality. Why go anywhere else?

  • Lee says:

    This place looks more like a bar than a cigar lounge. The owner is a nice guy and I have been in a few times but the prices on cigars are high compared to other cigar places in Gilbert. The humidor is really really small and the selection could be a lot better also.
    The cool thing is you can get a beer to drink but at this place you have to purchase a cigar to get a beer to drink.

  • Jeremy Hartman says:

    It is nice to support a shop like this. Family run businesses are the back bone of our economy. People who take the risk to open a great shop/service should be rewarded handsomely.

    The shop is very nice, and the atmosphere is friendly. I look forward to making this my regular stop when I need to relax and kick back with some good company.

  • Dale says:

    Went to this place again.

    And again the humidor barely has any smokes. No macanudo’s, perdomo’s, cao or padron. What is up with this place? Not even a single stick of partagas. Just some stuff I have never even hear of. And very few of that.

    Last time I waste my time. Do not waste yours! Better selection at Casa Fuma a few blocks away.


  • Paul says:

    This place needs a good cleaning and would be nice to have a better selection of cigars.
    Lots of empty space in the very small humidor. The owner seemed nice though.

  • Tom from Boston says:

    On a recent trip to AZ, I looked online for a place to enjoy a cigar and watch football on a Sunday afternoon. I saw Stoogies Cutters had draft beer and that was all I needed to make up my mind.
    I walked in a stranger, not knowing what to expect, but within 5 minutes the friendly staff and patrons made me feel like a long time regular. I travel to AZ a couple times a year and this will be a regular stop for me. Great place, great people and really worth a visit.

  • HOC says:

    Stogie Cutter has changed owners and had a change of name. The new name is House of Cigars. New owner and new inventory. Humidor looks so much better and is on the rise.