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Third Street's Waterville shop is a renovation of a 100-year-old-plus storefront.

You'll find not only our retail shop and walk-in humidor, but Big Jack's Lounge, our public liquor-licensed gathering space, and the VIP Private Lounge.


Monday thru Thursday:

10 AM to 8 PM

Friday and Saturday:

10 AM to 10 PM


11 AM to 7 PM

20 North Third Street

Waterville, OH


419 441 0020

The kind of warm vibe that never burns out.

Third Street customers have been known to finish their purchases before they ever set foot outside. That's because our place was meant to be cozy.

You can find the cigar of your dreams, get a favorite drink, and relax. It won't take long for you to make some friends, fall in love with the place, and... Sure, take another tour of the humidor.


20 North

Third Street

has always been where the community comes together.

Our Waterville location started as dry goods store back in 1890. Rupp’s, as it was then called, was a local hub and a place where folks would warm themselves after ice skating on the frozen canal.

Nowadays, we warm up in different ways.

Third Street Cigar and the ownership contribute significant amounts of time, in kind donations and funding to numerous local non-profits and other community organizations every year including:

  • American Heart Association

  • Cherry Street Mission Ministries Revitalization Center

  • Drug Abuse and Response Team (DART)

  • International Boxing Club, (Knock Out Parkinson’s Disease)

  • Kaitlyn’s Cottage (Defiance, OH)

  • The Toledo School of the Arts (TSA)

  • The Greater Toledo Community Foundation (GTCF)

  • The Waterville Economic Development Committee


Waterville is where our fire burns all day, every day.

A ride down Ohio State Highway 24, southwest from Toledo, brings you to Waterville, a town of about 5,500 friendly folks that nestles up to a gorgeous stretch of the Maumee River, as it rolls on to Lake Erie. Waterville lies “at the banks of history”, just a few miles upstream of the site of The Battle Of Fallen Timbers where Major General “Mad Anthony” Wayne commanded his troops. Later the town was adjacent to the Miami and Erie Canal, which once connected Toledo to Cincinnati.

We love our town and the feeling comes back ten-fold. A visit to the Waterville area’s historic sites is perfectly capped with a drop-in to Third Street Cigars and a visit to Big Jack’s Lounge on our second floor.

Mad Anthony Wayne

Mad Anthony Wayne:

Symbol of

Waterville's Spirit