Rudy Giuliani’s favorite cigar club seeks new smoke-filled rooms

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Rudy Giuliani is going to have to find another smoke-filled room.

We hear that the former mayor’s favorite haunt, the members-only Grand Havana Room, is closing… at least temporarily. 

A source tells Page Six that the club is looking for a new space while its Jared Kushner-owned building undergoes renovations. We hear another regular, the Rev. Al Sharpton, is trying to help to find new digs, and have a tobacco license transferred to a new space.

A rep for Sharpton confirmed he’s trying to help the club, but wouldn’t divulge how.

On Tuesday, the club sent an email to members to inform them it was shutting sooner than expected, and reminding them to clean out their lockers. 

The club did not respond to emails for comment. 

In 2016, the membership was reportedly $7,500 to join, and $325-per-month. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Alec Baldwin and Arnold Schwarzenegger are said to be members.

Giuliani — whose ex wife claimed he spent  $12,000 on cigars in a matter of months in a divorce filing — has been spotted frequently at the stogie spot.

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