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mushrat

Washington State Smokers Wa

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There might be some the they will be closing down cause washington has passed a new law, making sure the the hookah bars that are open get closed

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Well Im located about 4 blocks away from majles and used to go there about once a month. It's only been open about a year so I hope they don't close down. I like their atmosphere though, its very middle eastern.

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Edmonds Wa

The rabbit hole was my favorite while it was open, the owner was super cool, then he had some stuff happen and sold it to some kids who ran it into the ground. It was on 46th & Roosevelt in the U district.

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Vdub, rabbit hole is going to open again in a month or so I beleive. Except its now called the night owl. I think they had some fire issue or legal issues or something, but yeah it was kinda dumpy. I'll probably visit it once more after they reopen to see if they did any renovations.

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Thats good to hear about the night owl,it became the nightowl after it was sold. It was open for a bit before the vandalism and stuff. Hopefully they did renovate I like to be able to go out and smoke every once in a while.

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QUOTE (VdubGTI @ Jan 21 2009, 12:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Edmonds Wa

The rabbit hole was my favorite while it was open, the owner was super cool, then he had some stuff happen and sold it to some kids who ran it into the ground. It was on 46th & Roosevelt in the U district.



The kids that owned it were a frat house from the UW, not to sure which one they were but it was the rich frat. So with the Rabbit hole/night owl, whatever it shall be named, who is the owners for this so called reopen? Im glad to see that it is getting opened back up.

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So new hookah lounge in Bellevue, coming in only a few more months. It is going to be a members only lounge, free to join. Membership includes hookah and access to WiFi. I know this because we are opening it. Oasis East Side Hookah! Email me and my team at Tylerm@oasiseastsidehookah.com or eastsidehookah@gmail.com to get on the guest list and advanced notice for the final location and date of the grand opening.

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Seattle,WA

It'd be cool to see the "Nightowl" reopen (hopefully better than it was before).

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Everett WA

There was a place I had gone too less than 1 year ago located in Belltown of Seattle called Zaina's? Last I heard they were going to shut down due to health regulations of smoking within 20ft of the bar. Ridiculous!

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Spokane WA.

QUOTE (derogatory @ May 19 2008, 03:09 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Bellingham


This is true. I am from the plateau, graduated IHS '05 (spent two at SHS though).

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QUOTE (Vladimir @ Apr 11 2009, 09:06 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Spokane WA.

QUOTE (derogatory @ May 19 2008, 03:09 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Bellingham


This is true. I am from the plateau, graduated IHS '05 (spent two at SHS though).


Apparently I quoted the wrong post, someone said something about there like being nothing to do in Samammish or something lol.

There has got to be some people in Spokane, I need some more smoke buddies!

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Just moved up, I'm currently staying in Auburn, but likely moving into Seattle.

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there is a way to get around laws like make it a club im opening one in moses lake wa and i will charge 5 dollars just for the member card and then the state will leave you alone since its a club not a business technically its gonna be called merikesh, ill still charge per hooka but i bypass all the laws washington has passed

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QUOTE (cmr396 @ Aug 18 2009, 08:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
there is a way to get around laws like make it a club im opening one in moses lake wa and i will charge 5 dollars just for the member card and then the state will leave you alone since its a club not a business technically its gonna be called merikesh, ill still charge per hooka but i bypass all the laws washington has passed


The way munchies does it in Pullman? I was never quite sure how legal that was but munchiez stayed open so i guess it had to be kinda ok. I watched the one in spokane (pharrohs) open from the ground up and its a great buisness.... best of luck man.

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hey thanks the people here have to travel to spokane or tricities for any type of club/hooka so mine is gonna have kind of a club atmosphere since thats what will make me the most money. i have vip rooms were you pay and they are sound proof so you can have quite or your own music or tv or what ever you want tell your friends if your driving through moses lake tell them to stop in and check it out

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Awesome to hear cmr. I have some family friends that just moved to Moses lake, so when I come over there I'll def stop by and check the place out. Are you going to be open during the afternoon for a more chill hookah lounge atmosphere?

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yeah it will be open at 3 till like 7 or 8 with quite music, big screen tv's with what ever the members want. real laid back but after that its gonna be loud music really marketed to the 18 to 21 year olds who live in this town with too much money and no real place to go. plus i love the 5 hookas i have and being able to smoke hooka all the time is gonna be wonderful.

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QUOTE (jellywerker @ Aug 20 2009, 08:47 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
How you making this legal?



it wont techniquelly be a buiness it will be a club your first time you get a member card made with your name, picture, and dob. the state of washington cannot tell you not to smoke in your club i will just still sell the hookas to the club members. the card is an extra 5 dollars apon your first time. just to cover the cost to make the card.

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