The hookah lounge also called a shisha bar or den, especially in Britain and parts of Canada, or a hookah bar is an establishment where patrons share shisha from a communal hookah or which is placed at each table or a bar. Often, hookah lounges are owned and operated by people from the Arab world, origin and or other regions where use of the hookah is a centuries-old tradition. Many hookah lounges incorporate such elements as Islamic decor and Arabic music or Indian music. In Europe this is no longer a fact and hookah lounges are simply a bar without the eastern cultural elements. Hookah lounges are mostly found in college towns and urban areas and are regarded by some as a novel and chic way to socialize and embrace multiculturalism. We are inviting you to visit the our lounge!
The Hookah Lounge in its first and simplest form originated in India. It soon traveled west to Iran, Turkey, and Egypt, where it gained mass popularity. The hookah lounge has clear antecedents in the tradition of coffee houses in the Middle East and Turkey, where people smoke tobacco from hookahs or other styles of water pipe
provided by the establishment. In this traditional setting the hookah is typically of the single-hose variety. This is in contrast with the multi-hose variety favored in the hookah lounge and intended to emphasize the communal nature of the activity.
Authentic Middle Eastern Hookah lounge with exotic decor, enticing tobacco flavors and a delicious tea selection.