World History: June 25 1817 Coffee first planted in Hawaii on the Kona coast. 1951 Pabst beer airs the 1st color beer commercial on television. 1956 Celebrity Chef, writer, traveler, and television personality Anthony Bourdain born.
Tiki Cat – Kansas City, Missouri There are few places I actually fantasize about visiting, but Tiki Cat was one of them. They were featured in House of Tabu Exotica Moderne magazine and the highball zombie glass is one of my favorites. Today I heard the news I fear is just the beginning of many […]
Frankie’s Tiki Room 1712 W. Charleston, Las Vegas Nevada 702-385-3110 | frankiestikiroom.com Frankie’s Tiki Room in Las Vegas, Nevada is probably the only 24-hour tiki bar in existence. It is a classic and a must-visit destination if you are in the area. As their website boasts “Drink, Smoke, Escape”. They are not joking. No matter what […]
World History: February 13 1601 The First British East India Company lead by John Lancaster departs from London. 1826 The American Temperance Society is established in Boston, advocating total abstinence from distilled beverages.
World History: February 7 2020 Joe Fee of Fee Brothers Bitters dies at age 55 2020 Antarctica reaches its warmest day in recorded history, 65F or 18c
Tiki Chick 85th Street & Amsterdam New York NY www.tikichick.com On Manhattan’s Upper West Side is a little slice of the Tropics with a twist of Tiki. This place is popular, which means it will be busy, even on a Sunday afternoon around 2pm when we were there. No worries, it is a very friendly […]
World History: January 9 1980 “Escape (The Pina Colada Song)” by Rupert Holmes is #1 on the music charts. 2007 Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs announces the iPhone
Cellar 335 Cellar 335 in Jersey City actually gets Kudos for being on the cutting edge not just with drinks, but food as well. Even the music sets the mood, but it is not typical. Have you ever heard the surfer rock version of The Godfather Theme?
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The Upstairs Bar This is a really cool place of interest. This was a speakeasy during Prohibition in the late 1920s a Philly gangster named Max “Boo Boo” Hoff put up a front called the Franklin Mortgage & Investment Company. It is said that they ran more liquor than Al Capone. 80 years later after the […]
Mother of Pearl In a really nice mellow part of the East Village, Mother of Pearl is a Tiki place on the corner which is hard to miss. It is a bit small on the inside with less than 9 tables, but they do have a full bar with tiki bar stools if there is […]