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Don’t be put off by the name! This is the best tiki bar in town, staffed by people who are passionate about what they do. Think tropical Polynesia. And rum—lots of rum. If you’ve been in a tiki bar before, you know the look: lots of wood, flowers, color—with all the staff wearing flowered shirts. Dare to drink a Smackombie! Then ask the bartender why it’s called that.
It's late and you can't sleep? It's early and you feel like starting somewhere? Just go there. An ex brothel, turned into a trendy bar when the police cracked down on this kind of business about 7 years ago. Was it a good idea? Well at least you can still get a decent drink there...
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