Modern Age (Post-1960’s)

Famous Tiki Bar Tributes

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Drink your dessert with this potent combo of pineapple, coconut, rum, and Chambord!

Beautiful Kauai   

Kauai’s own Koloa white and dark rums are accompanied by blue curaçao, lime, bitters, and ginger beer in a beautiful display of this gorgeous island.

Old Cuban   

Intensely refreshing: mint, lime, bitters, rum and a dose of sparkling wine makes this a modern classic.

China Clipper   

We commemorate the first Trans-Pacific flight in 1935 from Alameda to Manila with gold rum, lemon, and house made 5 spice syrup.

Planet of the Apes   

Crash land amongst this primal blend of fresh banana, coconut, cream and silver rum.  An intelligent simian favorite.  Created by Jeff “Beachbum” Berry.

Sidewinder’s Fang  

The houses special at the gone but not forgotten Lanai restaurant in San Mateo. Imbibe the glorious past with this biting mix of lime, orange, passion fruit and fine dark rums.


This creamy and tart delight showcases two rums, apricot brandy, lemon, and coconut to great effect.  It’ll blow you away!


White and dark rums swing together through a jungle of lime, tamarind, and coconut. Created by “Monkeyman” Derek Weaver.

Bajan Sazerac   

This Caribbean tribute to one of the first cocktails features Mt. Gay XO rum from Barbados, along with Peychaud’s bitters, a touch of sugar, and a whisper of St. George Absinthe.

Lei Lani Volcano   

Koloa Coconut rum hulas alongside guava and pineapple in this tropical Disney invention.

Forbidden Island Tiki Lounge