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Big Jack ReynoldsOur public smoking lounge is named after late, great, local, Blues Artist Big Jack Reynolds and rightfully so. As you enter the lounge through the Victorian staircase you are greeted by a picture of the man himself, flanked by his original guitar & harmonicas – as well as an urn containing his ashes as his final resting place.

Jack greets you to the public lounge and the rich history of Rock, Rhythm & Blues that has been performed in the Greater Toledo Area. All of the photos that grace the walls were of live performances of the artists performing either in Toledo or the surrounding area. You will see photos of Elvis playing the Sports Arena in 1956 as well as photos of his last tour in which he played Centennial Hall at the University of Toledo. In addition, photos of Springsteen, Clapton, Bowie, Freddie Mercury, The Ramones, Chuck Berry as well as many more will catch your attention. Guitars signed by Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones & Sammy Hagar as well as concert posters complete the journey of musical history you will see and feel in your visit to the lounge.

The lounge is furnished with leather club chairs, end tables and standing ash trays, all creating a comfortable and relaxing experience to have a smoke while you have a great conversation or watch a ball game on one of our two 70 inch, HD televisions. To complete the experience and for your comfort, there are three state of the art smoke eaters that clear the room from lingering smoke.

Stop by and enjoy the Big Jack Lounge once and I think you will come back again and again.