Tiki Bar - at Guy Fieri's Downtown Flavortown - Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, United States

Opened Tuesday, March 8th, 2022.

Famous chef and restaurateur Guy Fieri’s “Downtown Flavortown” restaurant is located on The Mountain Mile in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

The 43,000 square-foot entertainment destination centers around a 300-plus seat restaurant, showcasing Fieri fusion cuisine like his bacon mac ’n’ cheeseburger and Trash Can Nachos.

It has a 14-lane duckpin bowling alley, 10,000 square-foot arcade, full-service tropical Tiki bar, and a photo opportunity with a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro similar to the one featured on Fieri’s hit show “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.”

The bar itself is set up as a thatched rectangular island with bar stool seating on all 4 sides. There are also 5 thatched roof booths opposite and plenty of other open seating throughout.

The signs on the thatched roof of the main bar just say "Tiki Bar" and have a couple of small tiki masks and a third larger tiki that is recognizable to most tikiphiles as the mascot tiki from Forbidden Island in Alameda, CA (originally designed by Tiki Diablo).

A "Caliente Margarita", "Tattooed Mojito" and "Guy’s Famous BBQ Bloody Mary" are on the craft cocktail menu but you can also get traditional tiki cocktails like the 1944 Mai Tai, Jet Pilot, and Rum Barrel.

Tiki Farm manufactured 4 unique mugs for the bar to start out with, modeled after carved tiki poles in the restaurant. These are for sale on premises for $45 each.

Type
Bar & Restaurant & Bowling & Arcade Entertainment Complex
Address
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, United States
Permanently Closed?
No

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Date Created
7 Jun 2022
Date Updated
7 Jun 2022
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mytikilife
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