Lost Lake

Row 1

3154 W Diversey Ave (at Kedzie Blvd)
Chicago, IL 60647
(312) 205-1234
Tiki Bar
$ $
Mon–Fri, Sun: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat: 4:00 PM–3:00 AM

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  • I'm a fan of ...- but this place is even better. A good vibe with attentive staff. The drinks were incredible. I'll certainly be back.
  • Paul McGee's tiki drinks are always a winner. Start with the boozy Pool Rules, then try the smokey Hula Hips of Heaven. Finish off with the frozen Tic Tac Taxi. You're welcome.
  • In addition to their awesome cocktails they have a small selection of beers of tropical origin!
  • The tic tac taxi is whatsup
  • The Daily Daiquiri is the least flashy drink on the menu but awesome in its simplicity. Its also how I found my new favorite rum.
  • The food is great! Drinks can take some time to make, but worth it when they come out!
  • Talented bar staff! Able to make you any tiki drink you would like, not just what's on the menu.
  • Winner of Best Single-Focus Bar, and runner up for Bar of the Year presented by Hendrick's Gin at the 2017 Time Out Chicago Bar Awards.
  • A lonely island lost in the middle of a foggy sea was amazing. Oh and i could have drank the Rudy Mae yhats suppose to serve 2..all by myself lol.
  • Such a fun quirky place! Love the drinks and instant noodles were a surprisingly good snack.
  • The drinks are boozy without feeling to strong or sweet. Attention to detail is spot on, there's not one area inside where you don't feel like you've escaped to a tropical island bar. &the garnishes!
  • (Pssst...there's a secret menu)
  • masterfully created drinks. the cave in the back is my favorite place to sit.
  • Lost Lake was nominated for the 2017 Outstanding Bar Program James Beard Award.
  • Never have we been to a tiki bar that mixes such amazing drinks with offbeat ingredients while still holding true to the principles of tiki.
  • Lost Lake (the cocktail), Bunnys Banana Daiquiri
  • Feel like going off-menu? Try a Pineapple Hotel Nacional or an OFTD Old Fashioned.
  • This flotsam-strewn wooden hut-bar is a nod to Don the Beachcomber and an oasis of Chicago. It comes from none other than the mind of tiki demigod Paul McGee.
  • I love this place! Their drinks are creative and cute.
  • Those looking for a brain freeze would do well ordering the popular Tic-Tac-Taxi, a coconut-passionfruit-rum slushie served in a coconut.