Bars, Cocktail bars Los Feliz
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Tiki Ti
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Tiki Ti

In Los Angeles, with its year-round warm weather, Sunset’s Polynesian-themed tiki bar never goes out of season. Jam-packed (like an episode of Hoarders) with blowfish, tribal masks and faux tropical foliage, entering Tiki-Ti is like taking a tropical vacation without the plane ticket. As one would expect, the kitschy bar serves brightly-colored tropical drinks—a mai tai or Blue Hawaiian does the trick—with the requisite pineapple and maraschino cherry skewer. This place generally packs a long line, not because there’s a red velvet rope out front, but because of the dive’s miniscule size.

By: Kat Odell


Venue name: Tiki-Ti
Address: 4427 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Wed–Sat 4pm–2am
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Lindee L

If you go early, you'll have a seat and a great tropical drink. They use fresh juices and ingredients so their drinks really are exceptional.

Jakob N. Layman

No fuss, no muss as this hole-in-the-wall Tiki institution. If you love Tiki and love drinking with other people who LOVE Tiki, then this is the bar for you. They have a great atmosphere and clientele, so it's easy to make new friends learn all about this fascinating cocktail culture.