tiki bar

noun

Definition of tiki bar

: a restaurant or bar decorated in a simulated Polynesian theme that usually serves exotic cocktails

Examples of tiki bar in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web But some items will be exclusive to Landlocked, which is connected to Strange Bird tiki bar, another Warner brothers interest. Cheryl V. Jackson, The Indianapolis Star, "Coat Check and Provider coffee team opens a bakery," 30 Oct. 2020 Asher and Furnari own Barter & Shake Hospitality and are also the minds behind UnderTow, an immersive underground tiki bar located next door to Century Grand. Tirion Morris, The Arizona Republic, "This Phoenix cocktail bar is one step closer to bringing a national award to Arizona," 24 Aug. 2020 Cruisin’ Tikis started when CEO Greg Darby built the first floating tiki bar in his backyard in Fort Lauderdale after retiring from civil engineering, internet technology and data center operations, according to his LinkedIn profile. Michelle Matthews | Mmatthews@al.com, al, "Have you seen this floating tiki hut in Orange Beach?," 2 Sep. 2020 After joining Barter & Shake Creative Hospitality, the company behind Pobrecito and the popular underground tiki bar UnderTow, Donahue helped open the company's newest immersive cocktail bar, Century Grand, and is now bar manager there. Tirion Morris, The Arizona Republic, "With boosted unemployment in flux, these Arizona bar owners say they 'feel helpless'," 12 Aug. 2020 Century Grand, a new bar from the team behind popular underground tiki bar Undertow, focused on selling full bottles of liquor including specialty whiskies. Tirion Morris, The Arizona Republic, "These award-winning Arizona bars now serve takeout cocktails. Here's what's on the menus," 11 July 2020 Kathy Bryant hosted a cookout for all at a barbecue at her tiki bar aside Elk Lake at the Honcho Rest Campground. Andrew Rosenthal, Detroit Free Press, "Short's Brewing uses seaplane for beer delivery to waterfront homes," 22 June 2020 Guests over 21 can purchase an adult beverage, such as a frozen cocktail or beer, at Island Oasis tiki bar. Charles Infosino, Cincinnati.com, "So, what's Coney Island gonna be like with no rides?," 12 June 2020 That portrait, an up-close profile of McAtee, was sitting outside The Limbo, a tiki bar at 411 W. Chestnut St. that was damaged during protests in downtown Louisville on May 29 and 30. Savannah Eadens, The Courier-Journal, "Say their name. Louisville's newest murals pay tribute to Breonna Taylor, George Floyd," 12 June 2020

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1980, in the meaning defined above

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“Tiki bar.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tiki%20bar. Accessed 29 Nov. 2020.

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tiki bar

noun

English Language Learners Definition of tiki bar

US : a bar or restaurant that is decorated in a Polynesian style

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