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Not the best of ideas, but visited right after Porco Lounge (I had a DD, so relax). The rear bar isn't of the same quality as inside, but scored a bar seat after not a long wait. Inside is fantastic and the live music was a welcome surprise. Bartenders were busy, but chatty. Enjoyed my 2 cocktails, 1st was a Mai Tai and 2nd had dry ice.

Would def hit again!

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Tiki Underground - Cuyahoga Falls

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, United States

November 24, 2021 was Tiki Underground’s last call in its previous Hudson location. The bar moved to this new space at 1832 Front St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221 in September of 2022.

“The far side is the side of the volcano the ship ran aground, and the other side is the ship itself,” says co-owner Sean Coffey (Jessie Coffey is the other co-owner).

Arched wooden beams and portholes showing fish at the National Aquarium create the illusion of the design by “Doktor” Bill Lynn, an artist and Kahuna Kings drummer who has played the bar. Lynn made a molten concrete wall with skulls to emulate volcanic rock that backs the thatch roof-covered bar. And a hallway becomes the jungle with hanging plants and a giant skull with glowing red eyes.

“The idea for any tiki bar is escapism,” says Coffey. “You lose track of time. That’s the idea of forgetting about your troubles.”

Tiki Underground tells stories of the tiki movement through gallery-worthy memorabilia, including a large wooden tiki from Cleveland’s former Kon Tiki.