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The dark side of Tiki.
This Duboce Triangle bar showcases the dark side of tiki with sky high skulls and plane-crash-in-the-tropical-jungle decor. Though it has sacrificed none of the Disney-quality of the classic tiki bar, Last Rites has managed to do it with a bit more sophistication than many of its San Francisco counterparts. The bar owes this, in no small part, to grown-up cocktails that eschew the blue curacao and sickly-sweet syrups for combinations like the Halfway Tree, overproof rum and fortified wine served in a skull mug and the Hetch Hetchy, a drink made with bell pepper and paprika. But not to worry if you come craving the classics—Last Rites has those too. Try the Marine Layer, a take on the Fog Cutter that adds housemade cashew orgeat (instead of the typical almond) to a base of rum, lemon and egg white.
718 14th St
|Cross street:||at Church St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 6pm–2am|
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