This Tiki Iniki was a second location in Atlanta's Virginia-Highland neighborhood; a sister to the original Tiki Iniki location on Kauai. Unlike the Kauai location, this one did not have any ownership or involvement by Todd and Michele Rundgren, instead being operated by Atlanta's Supper Club Group under a license agreement. One of the partners in Supper Club Group, Bill Chapman, was an investor in the original Tiki Iniki. It opened in November 2018 and closed in September 2019, a relatively short-lived endeavor, and was re-opened as Madhouse Lounge. Madhouse appeared to still be using much of the same decor and menu items, however...until it closed, in turn, around 2020. In 2021, this space was occupied by Sea Salt Seafood Lounge, which is still running as of 2023.