Tiki Ti

Row 1

Details
4427 W Sunset Blvd (at Virgil Pl.)
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 669-9381
Tiki Bar
$ $
Hours
Wed–Sun: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM
Map

Foursquare Tips

  • Tiki Ti is owner operated, and therefore has smoking allowed INDOORS
  • Coolest bar in LA...also perhaps the smallest
  • Go To Tiki Ti's, bring cash, they don't take plastic. For your first drink get a Ray's Mistake, then for your second order a Blood in the Sand, then call a cab.
  • Don't be a dick. These people work hard to deliver you these complicated drinks.
  • LA (Drink) Leave your car behind to go to this hidden hole in the wall Tiki bar, where the drinks are strong and the space is limited.
  • If you love tiki bars, this tiny spot is considered one of the best in the country, according to tiki bar review community Critiki. Deceptively strong drinks, kitschy decor, and a rich history.
  • LA Weekly's Best of LA 2010 pick - Best Tiny Tropical Experience!
  • Spin the wheel to select a tropical drink at random for their list of 85 potent cocktails.
  • Tiki Ti is my favorite bar ever. Bring cash, order a Blood and Sand and then yell Toro! - Kate, Assistant Community Manager
  • Ray Buhen opened Tiki Ti in 1961. By then he was a veteran bartender of LAs prolific tropical bar scene. He created the Blood and Sand for actor Tyrone Power while bartending at the Dresden Room.
  • Featured in LA Weekly's "L.A.'s Best Cocktails: Our 55 favorites and where to find them." (Click 'More Info')
  • order blood and sand to unleash Toro!
  • Best mixed Tiki Drinks in the land!!
  • The max capacity is about 15 people. I think my college dorm room was bigger than this bar. Great for Saturday day drinking. Can't make up your mind? Spin the drink wheel & let fate pick your poison.
  • get a Space Pilot. No idea what's in it but it's delicious.
  • Cash only, watch the televisions to see what is actually in some of the cocktails. Have the Uga Booga and watch as the whole bar yells to keep the rum flowing.
  • This historic Hollywood tiki mainstay was originally opened by Ray Buhen in 1961. The 12 seater bar has an extensive menu, eclectic door, and is known for a lax take on indoor smoking. 92 cocktails!
  • Any first-timer must try a Rays Mistake
  • Don't you dare order a beer.
  • The Hawaiian Twist is refreshing and delicious. The bathroom's super clean!