The World’s 15 Most Important Tiki Bars (Punch)

The World’s 15 Most Important Tiki Bars

I was honoured and happy to offer my own humble opinion when Punch got in touch to ask my help compiling a list of of the world’s 15 most important tiki bars.

When the list was published, I was chuffed to see a good number of my favourite watering holes in London and around the world had made the final cut and that Punch’s overall list wasn’t too far off from what might be my own personal top 15 tiki bars.

Tiki icons of yore and new-school trailblazers are both represented on the list below, which was compiled by polling some of today’s top tiki experts, including Kirsten; Martin Cate, James Beard award-winning owner of Smuggler’s Cove; Jeff “Beachbum” Berry, author of six books on tiki and owner of Latitude 29; Brian Miller, the so-called “pirate captain of all things tiki in New York City”; and “Tiki” Chris Osburn, a London-based travel writer.

Read more and see the complete list at Punch.

About tikichris

Chris Osburn is the founder, administrator and editor of tikichris. In addition to blogging, he works as a freelance journalist, photographer, consultant and curator.
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