Beach-tiki-bars

Hot Summer Nights are here, and we all wished we were somewhere tropical, sipping on fruit punches and exotic cocktails with out feet in the sand.

But if you can´t leave town take imaginary trip to the tropic and visit this fun Tiki Bars in the heart of the cities. These trendy bars are becoming very popular as they offer wide range of fabulous fruity cocktails perfect for summer days.

 

The Happiest Hour(New York, NY)

the-happiest-hour

the-happiest-hour

This New York bar may not necessarily reflect typical Tiki Bars concept, but its palm wallpaper print, boats and shells and pink flamingos definitely create a slight beach feeling.

Fun and relaxing ambiance with great frozen drinks with the special Tiki classic touch for sure will bring you closer to the warm ocean breeze.

Secret tip: ask for access to “Slowly Shirley” private lounge beneath the bar

 

 

 

Longitude (Oakland, CA)

Longitude-tiki-bar

Longitude-tiki-bar

Tiki bars in Califonia may be more of the dailoy scene, but this bar surely screams tropics: Longitude tropical interior, full of lush greens and bamboo and range of colorful drinks surely will make you forget about daily worries.

Especially if you try some of their original cocktails like the Black Orchid (flambéed rum cordial, Angostura 7 Year Old rum and citrus, garnished with an orchid and freshwater pearl).

 

 

 

 

Flask & Cannon (Jacksonville, FL)

Flask-Cannon

Flask-Cannon

Pay a visit for a great menu with Rum being the main ingredient.

Flask and Cannon is fun urban tiki bar with plenty of innovative drinks. Great happy hour spot.

Try original “Santiago and Dunbar” that carries :Pisco, Fidencio Mezcal, Yellow Chartreuse, pineapple, lime and Abbott’s Bitters.

Hmm.. interesting combination

 
Lost Lake (Chicago, IL)

lost-lake

lost-lake

A stylish tropical oasis-meets-flotsam strewn island hut. Lost Lake evokes both the glamorous tropical escapism of 1930s Hollywood and the rugged nautical, island tiki bar — the original Don’s Beachcomber Cafe.

Under a roof of lauhala, between walls of iconic banana leaf-print wallpaper, Paul McGee and his team offer a menu that pays homage to 80-plus years of exotic cocktails with original recipes and selections from the classic tiki canon.

A must visits  to taste this amazing coctails and their menu.

 

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