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    Don the Beachcomber, Tiki Bar - Brown

    This is a coppery/brown pick that looks like a driftwood sign with a spear on the end. This version is shorter than the standard pick.

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    Kon Tiki Ports, Hotel Restaurant - Brown

    Mango Mary's description:

    missing gull

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    Diamond Head Room - Brown

    Paddle shaped swizzle topped with a pineapple shape showing a palm tree on a beach.

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    Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge - Brown / Tan

    This is the earliest Psycho Suzi's swizzle. It features a sculptured version of their logo.

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    Kon Tiki Ports, Hotel Restaurant - Brown

    This swizzle features an open port hole through which a seagull can be seen sitting on a pier post.

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    Hala Kahiki, Tiki Bar - Brown / Yellow

    Hala Kahiki is vintage tiki bar which features a large collection of Witco carvings. This swizzle is a replica of a Witco piece featuring four tiki masks which is part of Hala Kahiki's collection. The bottom of the swizzle features a pineapple. A pineapple is included on all of their contemporary swizzles.

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    Señor Pico - Brown

    Senor Pico is a Mexican themed restaurant owned by Trader Vic's.

    Victor Bergeron’s first Señor Pico location opened in 1964 when a friend, William Matson Roth, asked him to open a restaurant in Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco. Bergeron went to work flying all over Mexico, immersing himself in the culture and experiencing the fresh, vibrant and authentic cuisine known to the region. Señor Pico is the result of that exploration.

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    Señor Pico - Brown / Multicolor

    Senor Pico is a Mexican themed restaurant owned by Trader Vic's.

    Victor Bergeron’s first Señor Pico location opened in 1964 when a friend, William Matson Roth, asked him to open a restaurant in Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco. Bergeron went to work flying all over Mexico, immersing himself in the culture and experiencing the fresh, vibrant and authentic cuisine known to the region. Señor Pico is the result of that exploration.