Yes, Frankie’s Tiki Room is another tiki bar and yes, it’s exactly what you picture when you close your eyes and imagine one. It’s small and smokey with tiki totems, pufferfish light fixtures, and palm fronds hanging from all surfaces. But we love the nostalgia and the fact that they go hard on the theme doesn’t mean it isn’t a fun place. It’s also open 24 hours a day, so it’s a spot you might head to while it’s still light outside and leave wondering what day it is and if you missed your flight. Afterward, head across the street to Del Taco and avoid the urge to try walking up to the drive-in window. Just go inside - they’re open 24 hours and sincerely frown on jokes about invisible cars, trust us.
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