Hail Hookah Opens on S. Main
Smoking, yes. Food, no.
From the January, 2014 issue
In early December Hail Hookah looked like it was about to open. "The owners say next week. I'd guess a little longer than that," says Amar Dalal, whose company Delmar Restorations has overseen the conversion of the derelict Firefly Club to hookah lounge. One of the final hurdles is building a handicap ramp. The elevator the Ark put in when it occupied the building years ago finally broke.
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