Walking into the Golden Tiki might feel like walking into the Pirates of the Caribbean ride - the theme song is usually playing and you’ll see a skeleton with a bandana on. Thankfully, though, Disneyland is about 250 miles away and instead of an animatronic Jack Sparrow, you’ll find a way nicer tiki bar than the one you dragged your friends to on Spring Break years ago. This 24-hour spot in Chinatown has a long list of tropical drinks and boozy Dole Whip, in case you really want to push the theme park feel.
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