This establishment overlooked "Millionaires Row," a panorama of expensive yachts along the Providence waterfront, and featured Castaway Village where (the menu promised) your dreams of "white beaches and dusky hula maidens, tantalizing foods and exotic drinks" could come true.
The centerpiece restaurant was the maritime-themed Copper Galley, decorated with antique ship models and a collection of vintage copper ware. The Beachcomber Lounge featured picture windows overlooking the Shipyard Marina.
Berry created his own Waikiki Beach by spreading tons of super fine beach sand along the waterfront and dotting it with rattan chairs and Hawaiian-style huts.
Guests entered the complex through "fountains of fire" and then crossed the bamboo "bridge of joy" with drum accompaniment.
The drink menu featured around 20 classic tiki cocktails, including a Zombie ($1.75) but the most expensive cocktail, the Royal Ceremony of the Islands with the Beachcomber's Gong would set you back $7.50!
Much of the decor was taken from the New York World's Fair of 1964-65 -- including the entire artificial jungle for the Ford Pavillion, a pineapple garden, thatched huts, and an artificial volcano!
Berry eventually sold all of his waterfront property and it was re-developed, with little, save menus, to prove it ever existed...