Barranco, towards the south, is one of 43 districts in Lima, Peru.
Curayacu makes the claim of being the first tiki bar in Peru.
The interior design of the bar makes good use of tiki style colored lighting and they do have natural materials, bamboo, and fish float lights, as well as tiki masks and framed prints from tiki artists in abundance. Some sections appear a bit rustic, with sealed plywood walls and concrete floors, but other are more finished with tile and other materials.
Their menu has many classic tiki cocktails as well as some of their own in-house signature drinks. They also boast over 120 rum labels behind the bar.
They serve cocktails in tiki mugs, many of which were made specifically for this location, including a signature tiki mug in several color-ways and a unique-looking Frank Sinatra zombie mug!