This is a fun place to visit, very nostalgic for those of us who 'came of age' during the 60's and 70's. Be warned though that the aromas from the incenses and essential oils can set off allergies in those of us sensitive to odors. I learned to never enter this place unless I have taken my allergy meds. (Even then, they are sometimes 'irritated', depending on WHICH incenses/oils are being burnt, demonstrated. Still, it's fun and I've bought quite a few items there over the years. They have some very cool stuff. (I've never actually bought any tobacco products, in fact the only ones I've noticed are those meant for hookahs. (This doesn't mean they don't sell 'regular' tobacco products, simply that I've never looked for them.) Full disclosure, I haven't been there for at least a year now, but intend to go back soon. Things may have changed since the last time I was there. If so, I will update this review.
not much of a selection of glass. they are one of the few stores selling herbal incense. But there hours of operation are so unreliable. some days they'll open at 11am like a normal store should, others they don't open until 7 - 10 pm, and some they won't even open at all.
I go to this shop regularly, be it for nag champa, or a lighter. These guys are always friendly, courteous, and professional. Ty Guys... Prices are good too.