Tiki restaurant

Indulge in the exotic flavors and vibrant atmosphere of a Tiki restaurant. Discover top ideas for creating a memorable tropical dining experience that transports you to paradise.
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When a tiki bar is properly lit, it will evoke a spirit of mystery and exploration and transport guests into a tropical oasis. However choosing the right lights for a tiki bar is not always easy when there are so many different options. Floating glass lamps, pufferfish and smart LED strips can all add exotic character to your bar.

Kayla Kendall
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The Tiki aesthetic (not to be confused with Tropical) was created by the opening of Polynesian-themed bars and restaurants in the 1930s. Tiki became popular after World War II, when America became fascinated with Polynesian and South Pacific culture. Dim lighting, rum cocktails, tiki decor, hibiscus flowers, and nautical objects (such as maps, fishing nets, and netted fishing floats) are all aspects that make up the Tiki aesthetic. The first major establishment to assume the Tiki aesthetic…

Serena Blount

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