We offer a full liquor bar, craft cocktails and draft beers. We are Plant City’s first establishment to provide taylored wine and cigar recommendations based on your personal selections.
We are a full retail cigar shop with our petite yet robust walk in humidor. With a wide variety of choices from our custom list of premium cigars, we strive to provide quality service along with top quality cigars.
Bruton’s Cigar offers Plant City’s first rooftop lounge. Weither you are savoring a cigar from our retail shop or a cocktail from our full service bar you can climb our custom built spiral staircase to enjoy a grand view overlooking the streets of Historic Downtown Plant City.
We broke ground with our project in late 2020 with a mission to bring top quality service and experience to Plant City. Whether it is shopping, dining or enjoying the historic sites of Plant City we look forward to inviting anyone to stop by order a drink and relax in our lounge, enjoy the weather on our outdoor patio or over look the streets of Historic Downtown from our rooftop lounge. We here at Bruton’s Cigar look forward to joining the Downtown Community and the opportunity to serve our future patrons.
Judge J. D. Bruton, Jr., was 6’ tall, had a deep-voiced drawl, and a sense of humor that that endeared him to many. He excelled at the law and at the art of extending humanity to the people he loved; he scoffed at the pretensions of society, while being able to mix among them, and, while enjoying his own “eccentricity”, he held dear the principles and values of the common people.
There is much more to say about The Judge. Through his philanthropy he put many students through college, gave thousands of dollars to the public library, millions to charitable organizations such as the Florida United Methodist Church Children’s Home, and Children’s Home, Inc. of Tampa, and the land to the University of Florida, where the Bruton-Geer Hall was constructed in memory of his and Quintilla’s parents.
James DeWitt Bruton, Jr., loved his hometown of Plant City even though he was born in Arkansas and spent his early years in Texas, but arriving in Plant City in 1918 the young boy of ten adopted Plant City as his home. And he never forgot it.