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My favorite restaurant to eat and smoke hands down would be Mastro's Steakhouse in Costa Mesa. I would describe the ambiance as "casual elegance". Casual in a sense that you feel at home as soon as you walk through the door, elegant in the attentive staff and top notch menu that awaits you.

Mastro's steak

Mastro's Steakhouse

      633 Anton Blvd

 

      Costa Mesa, Ca 92626

 

      714-546-7405

 

The service is second to none, from the friendly hostess and the accommodating knowledgeable waiters, all the way up to the restaurant manager Peter Papagelis, who personally comes out and greets me after every meal. Peter is also a fine cigar enthusiast, Montecristo no. 2 being his top choice.

Everything on the menu is delectable. However, my personal favorite would be the bone-in ribeye served medium plus on a 400 degree plate along with the steamed asparagus and caramelized onions. Accompanied of course by a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon from Argentina.

Chose from any of the fine wines stored in the marvelous glass staircase display in the center of Mastros.  After dinner head up to the heated outside patio for a glass of perfectly aged cognac paired to perfection with your favorite cigar.

All in all my top recommendation for an exquisite night out on the town, a must for any and all fine carnivorous cigar smokers!

3 Responses to Mastro’s Steakhouse Review

  1. Domenic Capo says:

    Definitely place to visit, what a venue great food, cigars and atmosphere
    Can’t wait to visit

  2. Mastro’s is MY favorite restaurant, thanks for the review, I didn’t even know they were cigar friendly. I love it, see ya all there!

  3. seo says:

    I love this place it’s delicious. Have you ever tried the one in Newport? You may enjoy the ocean view a bit more while enjoying your tasty cigar.

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