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Ireland Ireland’s first Tiki bar is opening in Dublin this month

22:05  15 january  2020
22:05  15 january  2020 Source:   evoke.ie

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  Ireland’s first Tiki bar is opening in Dublin this month © Provided by Evoke.ie

Dublin 2 will soon get an exotic makeover with the arrival of Ireland’s first-ever Tiki rum bar.

Ohana Tiki Bar will follow similar bars that have taken New York and London by storm when it opens at 17 Harcourt Street.

A Tiki bar is a mainly wooden-decorated bar which is known for its cocktails, usually consisting of rum (so already very different from the average pub found in Ireland).

a room filled with furniture and a brick wall: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

Their origins can be traced to decorative bars in Hawaii and the US in the late 1930s and 1940s. 

The new venue is set to open on Friday the 17th of January, so you won’t have long to wait to check it out! 

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a wooden table: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

Well, we at EVOKE definitely look forward to counting Ohana among our fellow Irish pubs!

After all, to quote the masterpiece that is Lilo and Stitch: ‘Ohana means family, and family means that no one gets left behind!’

More images of the upcoming bar can be seen in the gallery below.

  • a close up of a cup: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • the inside of a building: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • a room filled with furniture and a large window: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • a large room: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • a cup on a table: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Junglist Bird Cocktail. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Junglist Bird Cocktail. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Junglist Bird Cocktail. Pic: Ohana

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  • a purple light in a room: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • a room filled with furniture and a large window: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • a group of people in a room: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • a view of a room: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

  • a close up of a blackboard: Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana © Provided by Evoke.ie Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

    Tiki Bar, Dublin. Pic: Ohana

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