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    Mandalay Bay, Hotel and Casino - Blue

    Swizzle stick in the shape of a surfboard.

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    American Airlines, Airline - Blue

    Swizzle in the shape of a paddle. The hand shows 3 kane paddling in an outrigger.

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    Beachcomber, The, Bar & Restaurant - Blue

    The Beachcomber was a Canadian chain of elaborate Polynesian restaurants in the same vein as other popular chains like Kon-Tiki, Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's. Aside from this Regina location, there were also locations in Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, Victoria and Winnipeg. The Regina location is not listed in Critiki.

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    Shangri-La, Tiki Bar & Restaurant - Blue

    Vintage swizzle from Shangri-La, Chicago which is now closed. This swizzle was produced in multiple colors.

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    Tiki Tiki, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Blue

    There were 3 Tiki Tiki locations in Canada - Calgary, Edmonton and Saskatoon. This spoon shows palm trees with a volcano behind. It has a more dimensional sculpt that other versions. The bowl of the spoon is oval shaped.

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    Hawaiian Isle, Tiki Bar, Hotel - Light Blue

    This tiki swizzle was issued in several colors. Hawaiian Isle was in the Sunny Isles area of North Miami Beach, very near another complex, The Castaways . It had a weathered shingle-clad pyramid over the main entrance, a sort of sharp, angular, modern take on a primitive hut. The tikis on site were highly stylized (in particular a large, back-lit, glowing mask near the entrance), and many were Witco tikis. Today the location is a high-rise condominium complex called Pinnacle.

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    Port O' Three, Restaurant - Blue

    Marvin Chin, owner of the Chin Tiki, also owned the Port O' Three Tiki restaurant in nearby Bloomfield Hills, MI. Its menu, swizzles, and signage used many of the same graphics as the Chin Tiki. The Port O' Three name came from his "three types of food" concept for the restaurant which he advertised for on his matchbooks: "A unique combination of sea food, Polynesian, and Japanese cuisine under one roof....". It opened in 1971 but only lasted a couple of years.

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    Kona Kai, Tiki Bar and Restaurant - Blue / Gold

    Kona Kai had locations in Philadelphia, Kansas City and Chicago. They produced many colors of picks using this Maori tiki. Many have a gold imprint of their logo on the stem as shown here. Others have a molded imprint of their logo type on the stem.

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    Ports of Call, Bar, Restaurant - Blue

    Swizzle features a sailor with a parrot on his shoulder and a mermaid sitting in his lap. They are sitting on a rum barrel. The stem features the logo and the bottom is shaped like the tip of a screwdriver.

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    Ports of Call, Bar, Restaurant - Blue

    Swizzle features a sailor with a parrot on his shoulder and a mermaid sitting in his lap. They are sitting on a rum barrel. The stem features the logo and the bottom is shaped like the tip of a screwdriver.

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    South Pacific, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Blue

    This version of the South Pacific paddle has logo artwork on the front side handle and no art on the back side. The logo type has a text and the "T" in the logo text looks like a tree.

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    South Pacific, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Blue

    This version of the South Pacific paddle has artwork on the back side that portrays a tiki with torches and the word "Tiki" in a shape that looks like 4 shields. This artwork is very similar to the sign outside the Kon Tiki in Tucson, AZ. The "T" in the logo text has 3 horizontal cross lines.

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    Restaurant Tahiti, Bar and Restaurant - Blue

    This restaurant is located in Chateauguay, Quebec. The vintage decor is gone and it currently servers a fusion menu.

    Can't confirm this swizzle is from Restaurant Tahiti as there is no location information on the swizzle. But the lot of swizzles which was purchased on eBay contained multiples of this swizzle and the lot shipped from Quebec making this the likely source.

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    South Pacific, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Blue

    This version of the South Pacific paddle has logo artwork on the front side and no art on the back side. The "T" in the logo text has 3 horizontal cross lines. It has manufacturer information on the back.

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    South Pacific, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Blue

    This version of the South Pacific paddle has logo artwork on the front side and no art on the back side. The tip of the paddle end is more rounded than other versions. The "T" in the logo text is shaped like a tree. The "i"s are shaped like a curved arrow or spear.

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    Generic Tiki - Blue

    Tiki on top, triangular pattern on the stem

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    Chin Tiki, Restaurant - Blue

    This pick is tiki topped and the stem is more like a knife or dagger than a standard pick. Chin Tiki was opened in 1967 by Marvin Chin, who also opened Chin's Chop Suey in Livonia. Chin Tiki closed around 1980, but the space and decor have remained relatively intact, spurring periodic rumors about it reopening. Chin Tiki was featured in the Eminem movie 8 Mile; during the filming of 8 Mile, apparently much of the kitchen equipment went missing.

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    Tiki Tiki, Tiki Bar, Restaurant, Floor Show - Blue

    There were 3 Tiki Tiki locations in Canada - Calgary, Edmonton and Saskatoon. This spoon from Tiki Tiki shows palm trees with foliage and flowers. The bowl of the spoon is round.

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    The Sand Dollar, Restaurant Cocktail Lounge - Blue

    The Sand Dollar was a tropical themed restaurant and cocktail lounge. The building was round and was meant to resemble a sand dollar. This swizzle features the image of a sand dollar, and logo art on a rectangular top.

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    Castaways, The, Resort, Hotel, Tiki Bar - Light Blue

    This swizzle features a couple under a palm tree and a curved stem with the Castaways logo.

    The Castaways Resort was located in Florida from 1958 - 1981. The resort was home to the Wreck Bar and the Tahitian Bar. Over the course of their existence the created a prolific amount of swizzles for the resort and individual bars as well as combinations.

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    Shipwreck Kelly's, Bar, Restaurant - Blue / White

    Ship's Oar with bar name imprinted.

    Shipwreck Kelly’s restaurant & bar was located in Holiday Isle Hotel, Waikiki, Hawaii.

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    Shipwreck Kelly's, Bar, Restaurant - Dark Blue / White

    Ship's Oar with bar name imprinted.

    Shipwreck Kelly’s restaurant & bar was located in Holiday Isle Hotel, Waikiki, Hawaii.

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    Ba-hai, Restaurant - Blue / Silver

    Mango Mary's description:

    Darker Blue version

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    Ba-hai, Restaurant - Blue / Silver

    The restaurant information is imprinted on a common Moai swizzle. No information found regarding the restaurant.

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    Beachcomber, The, Bar & Restaurant - Blue

    The Beachcomber was a Canadian chain of elaborate Polynesian restaurants in the same vein as other popular chains like Kon-Tiki, Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's. Aside from this Calgary location, there were also locations in Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Victoria and Winnipeg.

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    Beachcomber, The, Bar & Restaurant - Blue

    The Beachcomber was a Canadian chain of elaborate Polynesian restaurants in the same vein as other popular chains like Kon-Tiki, Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's. Aside from this Calgary location, there were also locations in Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Victoria and Winnipeg.

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    Beachcomber, The, Bar & Restaurant - Blue

    The Beachcomber was a Canadian chain of elaborate Polynesian restaurants in the same vein as other popular chains like Kon-Tiki, Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's. Aside from this Edmonton location, there were also locations in Calgary, Vancouver, Regina, Victoria and Winnipeg.

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    Beachcomber, The, Bar & Restaurant - Blue

    The Beachcomber was a Canadian chain of elaborate Polynesian restaurants in the same vein as other popular chains like Kon-Tiki, Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's. Aside from this Victoria location, there were also locations in Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Vancouver and Winnipeg.

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    Mai Tai and Kahuna Lounge - Blue

    Located in Indianapolis, originally Knobby's, the restaurant moved to a Polynesian theme and became Knobby's Mai Tai, then the Mai Tai. An early ad references the dining area as the Kahuna Room. Kahuna Lounge appears to reference the bar area. The picks are very similar in style to the Kahiki in Columbus Ohio.

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    Mai Tai West Lounge, Bar - Blue / Gold

    This pick features a Moari tiki along with the imprint of the bar information. This mold was used as a base for many tiki bars. The bar was located at 108th & Mockingbird St., and is not related to the Mai Tai Lounge located in the basement of the famous Mt. Fuji.