South Frederick at Urbana
Stephen Foster, Manager
8925 Fingerboard Road
Urbana, Maryland 21704
Sunday: 11am to 6pm
Monday - Saturday 10am - 9pm
DAVIDUS CIGARS has been offering great hand rolled cigars since 1996.
Our Urbana Maryland location is located in Frederick County just .2 miles (point 2) from Interstate 270. We are a couple of doors down from Dunkin Donuts and across the street from McDonalds and Starbucks. Easy on easy off from interstate 270 at exit 26…Southern Frederick County.
Inside the store, you will be greeted by our very knowledgable staff who will be delighted to assist you on finding the perfect cigar. We are home to the very first Diamond Crown Lounge established in 1997.
Our lounge consists of,
Two Hi-Definition T.Vs. great for meeting up with friends to watch the games.
FREE Wi-Fi for all of your work and social media needs.
Satellite Radio and big, cushy chairs to help make your lounge experience as relaxing as possible.
Our lounge is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the company of your cigars.
There are plenty of restaurants in the area so you can grab a bite to eat and finish off with a delicious cigar at Davidus in our cigar lounge or outdoor patio.
The Landon House
The town of Urbana Maryland is host to quite a few historic landmarks. One of its prominent landmarks is the Landon House which was used by the 155th Pennsylvania Volunteers as a resting point for Union Troops marching toward the Battle of Antietam on September 16, 1862. The house would host a ball for Confederate soldiers before eventually becoming a field hospital during the civil war.
Special Order 191
The order was drafted on or about September 9, 1862, during the Maryland Campaign. It gave details of the movements of the Army of Northern Virginia during the early days of its invasion of Maryland.
On September 13th, Corporal Barton W. Mitchell of the 27th Indiana Volunteers, part of the Union XII Corps, discovered an envelope with three cigars wrapped in a piece of paper lying in the grass at a campground that Hill had just vacated. The hill on the Best farm where the lost order was discovered is located outside of Frederick, Maryland, and was a key Confederate artillery position in the 1864 Battle of Monocacy. A historical marker on the Monocacy National Battlefield commemorates the finding of Special Order 191 during the Maryland Campaign.
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