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A ‘Wicked’ Good Time

The overwhelming smell of tobacco flavoring is the first thing that hits you as you walk into Wicked Mirage Hookah Bar. As your vision adjusts to the low light and smoke filled room, you are greeted by a room packed full from people ranging from younger college students looking to have a good time, to forty-something business types looking to unwind.

They don’t serve food, but customers are able to bring in their own.

Although Wicked does not serve food, they do serve beverages. They have a variety of different teas, energy drinks, and soda.

The wait was no more than a minute and when the environment was very welcoming..

When we ordered our two hookahs, they came out in only a few minutes.

The staff would periodically come around to check on customers. They were very welcoming and friendly.

Hookahs would sit on low tables surrounded by stools or incredibly comfortable couches that are perfect to recline on and chat with friends or complete strangers.

Wicked is comprised of one small main room where the couches and hookahs sit.

The tables and couches are low, as are the lights, giving the place a feeling of comfort and intimacy.

The music inside was an interesting mix of various kinds of electronic and rap, although very different, it always seemed appropriate for the atmosphere.

Customers can stay until one in the morning and never experience a feeling of deadness.

The whole feel of Wicked was comfortable and welcoming. The staff was very knowledgeable and affable. Wicked is a destinantion for anyone looking for a relaxed and tasty way to spend a night with some friends.


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