Mural, Little Corona’s Cigar Lounge

Little Corona’s Cigar Lounge

6324 Grand Blvd,  New Port Richey, FL 34652



Today I’m sharing another mural in New Port Richey, Florida.  It is an alligator on the side wall of Little Corona’s Cigar Lounge.  No, I haven’t gone inside. I’m not a smoker and try to avoid tobacco smoke.  The lounge wasn’t even open at 10 AM when I took photos on the outside.  I have not been able to find out the name of the artist who painted the mural but it is a fun painting.  It is located on Grand Avenue one block north of Main Street. Below is the front entrance to the lounge.





To the right of the front door is a sign:





I walked back to the right and around the side of the building to snap a view of the whole mural.






The alligator is on the deck of an old wooden ship.  Look to the bottom left corner below the alligator’s foot.  There is the name “Captain Tim.”





I am assuming it is called “Captain Tim” and that it stands for the owner of the lounge, Tim Fussell.  It is a very “FLORIDA” mural with the marine theme and an alligator. I hope you enjoyed it. See you again soon.









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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

22 thoughts to “Mural, Little Corona’s Cigar Lounge”

  1. I use to smoke cigars years ago many years ago and seeing the front door of this place, I loved the appearance of the door. I wish we could have seen what it looked like inside.

    Cruisin Paul

  2. Is there a staircase where the railing dips down? If so, interesting that the alligator seems to be at the bottom of the stairs. I love murals but I won’t be going inside that building, either. I don’t like tobacco smoke. Alana ramblinwitham

  3. Such an interesting mural. I’m surprised the alligator doesn’t have a cigar in his mouth, ha, ha. I’ve never been in a cigar lounge, a very different concept.

  4. What an amazing mural, however the idea of a cigar lounge seems quite strange as over here in the UK smoking in pubs, bars or any type of commercial premises has been banned for quite some time now!

    1. There are laws about smoking in work places and public places. Most states are total bans. While Americans are inhaling less secondhand smoke overall, 16 states in the U.S. still permit smoking statewide in both bars and restaurants.

  5. I love street art and this is an impressive one. I’m always impressed how they transform a wall with no more than spray cans, paintbrushes and their imagination. I’m not sure we even have cigar or smoking lounges anymore. No smoking in public buildings now in the UK. #mmbc

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