Cornelius and Anthony Event, February 21st at 6pm

Havana+Phil
Havana+Phil

We will be hosting an event with Cornelius and Anthony Cigars featuring, Vice President, Nick Bailey, Territory Sales manager, David Palm.

When:

  • Thursday, February 21st at 6pm

Tickets:

  • $25 for non-members

  • Members- $20 a ticket

We will be raffling off a Membership to our Davidoff Lounge, along with other great swag!

Box purchase required to enter raffle for the free membership. (If a current member wins, they're membership will be renewed for free)

Complimentary Woodford reserve tasting with Rosalie Ramdass- featuring Woodford Reserve, Woodford Double Oak and Woodford Rye.

Hors d'oeuvres will be prepared by Chef Pepper Estrada.

Live music with JP the Sax Man!

Proper Lounge attire require

Ladies Night! at Havana Phil's Saturday 1/12 at 6pm

We’re Proud to Present...

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Ladies Night!

Saturday, January 12th, 2019. 6pm

We will be hosting Ladies only from 6-8pm in the Davidoff Lounge

(Men will be in the Rocky Patel lounge or outdoor patio.) At 8pm All men are welcomed in the Davidoff Lounge!

We will be hosting our 2nd Ladies Night Event with Carolee Martin, Regional Sales Manager of General Cigar Company.

  • Ladies tickets are $15

  • Men's tickets are $20

  • You will receive a cigar and a raffle ticket with ticket purchase.

  • Our exclusive Davidoff Lounge will be open with ticket purchase. 

  • Complimentary Tasting of Samuel Adams Products thanks to our friends at Caffey Distributing

  • Delicious Hors D'oeuvres will be prepared by Chef Pepper Estrada.

  • Live Music from 6pm-8pm 

*Proper Attire is required

Davidoff Holiday Party 2018

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Havana Phil’s Cigar Company presents: Davidoff Holiday Party


Featuring:

  • Master Blender, Klaas Kelner, of Davidoff of Geneva

  • Lana Fraser, Senior Brand Manager

  • Johan Zwann, National Sales Manager

  • Steve Duke, Regional Sales Manager

When and Where:

HAVANA PHIL'S CIGAR COMPANY

Date: Thursday, December 6th 2018

Time: 6:30 PM- 

  • Non-Members will be $40

  • Lounge Members Tickets are $20

Attire: Cocktail

Davidoff Lounge Members Will be receiving Holiday gifts!

PLEASE REPLY BACK TO THIS EMAIL, WITH YOUR SHIRT SIZE

Rocky Patel Comes to Havana Phil's + Macallan & Cheese Tasting

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Rocky Patel, Owner of Rocky Patel Cigars, will be gracing our presences November 30th, starting at 5pm. Tickets Will be $40.

A percentage of the ticket profits will be donated to the V Foundation for Cancer Research

Our lounge will be open with ticket purchase.. (Proper lounge attire is required)

We will be having a complimentary Macallan & Cheese tasting thanks to our good friends at Southern Foods.

Globally known CHEESEMONGER, Sasha Shreders will be here to guide you through the pairing of the cheese, Macallan and a cigar! Our Macallan representative, Rosalee Ramdass will be pouring samples of the best scotch known to earth.

Local Musician Kelsey Hurley will be performing a grammy award performance in our beautiful Davidoff Lounge.

"Tobacconist of the Year" Nomination, Vote for Havana Phil's Cigar Company!

What an honor it is for us to be nominated for ”Tobacconist of the Year’! Everyone go out and give us a vote 😉 Click here for more information and access to the online voting ballot.

“The Tobacco Business Awards is about recognizing those industry professionals, businesses, and entrepreneurs, that think outside the box and have disrupted the industry in some way,” explains Ben Stimpson, managing director at Tobacco Business Magazine. “This is our chance to recognize those professionals and businesses for their achievements, tenacity, innovation, and new ideas.”

We appreciate your support!

News & Record: Greensboro cigar shop owner and ice sports advocate dies

Phil Segal III at Havana Phil’s Cigar Company in 2016 in Greensboro. Segal died July 18 at the age of 60. Joseph Rodriguez/News & Record

Phil Segal III at Havana Phil’s Cigar Company in 2016 in Greensboro. Segal died July 18 at the age of 60. Joseph Rodriguez/News & Record

By Carl Wilson, Jul 24, 2018

GREENSBORO — Philip Segal III’s personality was bigger than the biggest cigar. Big enough, even, to fill an ice rink.

And he was known for both.

Segal died on July 18, the day he turned 60.

“He was larger than life, he lit up the room wherever he walked in,” said Segal’s son, Philip Segal IV. “He was really loved in the community.”

Many cigar aficionados knew him as the owner of Havana Phil’s Cigar Company, a business he started in 2010 after careers in the chemical industry and real estate. He started it in a little shop on Battleground Avenue.

He later bought the old Cellar Antons building and stylishly remodeled and furnished it — keeping some of the iconic restaurant’s old features — to be the ultimate man cave complete with a humidor and smoking lounge.

“He left quite a legacy for us at Havana Phil’s and Greensboro,” said Segal IV, who now runs the shop.

But many more remember Segal for championing amateur ice hockey in Greensboro and helping to get the city a year-round rink.

A native of Greensboro, Segal began ice skating in 1962 at the Greensboro Coliseum. By the age of 5, he was playing hockey.

He helped start the N.C. State hockey team as a freshman there.

After college he continued to play hockey with a men’s amateur league.

Ice sports were important in the Segal household. Segal’s son Philip played on the U18 AA Raiders travel team. Segal IV said his dad was a USA Level 4 hockey coach and was on the coaching staff of his team when he was in high school.

Segal was a mentor to countless other kids on the amateur league.

In 1988, Segal started Greensboro Ice Sports — now Greensboro Youth Hockey Association — with Dick Michaud. When the ice at the Greensboro Coliseum wasn’t available, players drove over to a rink in Winston-Salem.

Segal wanted a permanent public ice rink in Greensboro for amateur hockey, figure and recreational skating.

He helped put together a deal with the city and private investors to build the Ice House in 1997 at 6119 Landmark Center Blvd.

The Ice House now hosts year-round men’s leagues and a youth hockey program, as well as figure and public skating.

Segal IV said his dad continued to play hockey until two weeks prior to his death.

Segal was active at Temple Emanuel, where he was a member of the Shofar Chorale, an ensemble that performed a traditional horn.

Segal IV said his dad was active in the Jewish community and frequently traveled to Washington D.C. as an advocate for Israel.

“He had great relationships with congressmen and senators,” Segal IV said.

Many remember Segal as an upbeat guy who did things in a big way and put others before himself.

“He’s going to live on, for sure. He was such a big footprint,” Segal IV said.

Philip Segal III is survived by his mother, Corinne Segal and husband Freddie Waxman; his wife, Kimberley Banks Segal; his children, Pepper Segal, Philip Michael Segal IV, and Elizabeth Segal; his brother, Paul Segal; and grandchildren.

Segal IV asks that donations be made to The V Foundation for Cancer Research.