This is like a B-movie take on a tiki bar. The plot goes something like a bunch of punk rockers got lost in the South Pacific, fell in love with a hula dancer and spent the rest of their days worshiping the South Sea Gods through excessive rum drinking and rock’n’roll.
With Polynesian masks, dried grass, puffer fish light fixtures and vintage prints of hula dancers, this is classic tiki territory. But then the TV screening Lassie vs. American Pie (don’t ask), the arcade games, the photo booth and the locals, give it total dive bar vibes. There’s also a little stage where bands occasionally play. Basically, all our favourite kitsch sh*t with attitude.
Drinks are tiki standards without breaking any boundaries. If you want your Mai Tai or Zombie in one of the skull glasses or kitty mugs, you need to pay an extra $5, but you get to take it home with you, and it’s not even stealing.