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    Chin Tiki, Restaurant - Green in 3 collections

    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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    Chin Tiki, Restaurant - Yellow in 3 collections

    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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    Swizzle features the Maori tiki used by many tiki bars. United Airlines sponsored the Tiki Garden from its opening in 1963 until 1976 when Dole took over.

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    Hawaiian Village, Bar Hotel - Red in 4 collections

    The swizzle features a tiki style figure and the Hawaiian Village Logo with a hut between the H and V.

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    The swizzle features a tiki style figure and the Hawaiian Village Logo with a hut between the H and V.

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    Mai Tai and Kahuna Lounge - Pink a.k.a. Kahuna Lounge, Mai Tai, Knobby's Mai-Tai - in 3 collections

    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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    Luau, The, Tiki Bar - Dark Blue in 1 collection

    The Luau was Steve Crane's original restaurant; after which he went on to open the popular Kon-Tiki chain of Polynesian restaurants. This pick features a tiki standing on a post that holds a wooden sign that says "Luau".

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    Luau, The, Tiki Bar - White in 1 collection

    The Luau was Steve Crane's original restaurant; after which he went on to open the popular Kon-Tiki chain of Polynesian restaurants. This pick features a tiki standing on a post that holds a wooden sign that says "Luau".

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    Luau, The, Tiki Bar - Light Blue in 2 collections

    The Luau was Steve Crane's original restaurant; after which he went on to open the popular Kon-Tiki chain of Polynesian restaurants. This pick features a tiki standing on a post that holds a wooden sign that says "Luau".

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    Luau, The, Tiki Bar - Red in 4 collections

    The Luau was Steve Crane's original restaurant; after which he went on to open the popular Kon-Tiki chain of Polynesian restaurants. This pick features a tiki standing on a post that holds a wooden sign that says "Luau".

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    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 has 3 horizontal cross lines.

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    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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    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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    Trader Frank's, Restaurant - Red in 3 collections

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    Mai Tai and Kahuna Lounge - Red in 1 collection

    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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    Swizzle features a "K" created using a tiki and foliage.

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    Short pick from Tiki TNT in DC.

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    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 on a circular top.

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    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.

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    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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    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.