1819, from French tabagie, from tabac "tobacco" (see tobacco). A group of smokers who meet in club fashion; a "tobacco-parliament."
Examples from the Web for tabagie
The said dogs are afterwards served at the Tabagie, for they find them palatable.
Doncques, si le mourt a quelques prouisions, il faut qu'il en face Tabagie tous ses parents, & amis.
Daily, otherwise, Gundling was at the Tabagie; getting drunk, if nothing better.
And so Seckendorf, how can he help it, is installed in the Tabagie; glides into pleasant conversation there.
The same subordinate personage may be worth his place in the Tabagie, should his function happen to prove necessary there.