Amer G. Zahr is opening Cafe Oz, Ann Arbor’s first hookah cafe, in the old Webelite building on Fifth Street, although the Ann Arbor news article about it quickly devolves into some sort of moralizing crusade against teen smoking. I wonder if they subjected La Dolce Vita to the same treatment when they opened. Just before the end of the article the rerporter squeezes in this quote:
“”This (cafe) has nothing to do with the tobacco industry that he’s talking about,” counters Zahr. Some hookah tobacco does contain nicotine, the ingredient which leads to addiction, he says, but the brands he will offer do not. Also, says Zahr, Cafe Oz will not allow cigars or cigarettes.”
> AANews: “Cafe Oz brings hookah experience to Ann Arbor”

Author: Rob