Tiki Bars in Manchester
Here a tiki, there a tiki, everywhere a tiki tiki. Maybe it's something to do with our dreary weather causing us to long for warmer climes, but this city has well and truly caught the tiki bug, with a visit to the South Pacific tidings an essential stop off during any night out in Manchester. As the weather warms, spend the evenings exploring and discovering the exotic tastes of the Caribbean and Hawaii inspired cocktails. Take a look through our recommendations of the best tiki cocktail bars in Manchester to see what suits your taste.
Lola Lo is a tiki haven and exotic hideaway, keeping you away from those bustling streets and serving delicious cocktail concoctions in exciting new ways. Expect your libations in unique flamingo shaped mugs and brimming with fun new flavours thanks to this roaring tiki themed bar in Manchester.
Keko Moku is one of the cosiest tiki bars in Manchester. Step indoors from the cobbled street of the Northern Quarter and discover their range of alternative cocktails and sprightly, late night antics as they keep their tiki tidings strictly cool and urban.
One of the most popular tiki bars in Manchester, Liars Club is tucked away just behind Deansgate, and is home to the best Zombies in the city. Packed full to the brim with delicious cocktails, Hawaiian themed innards and great weekend music, it's fair to say Liars throws some of the best parties in Manchester.
Nestled against the backdrop of the ever-expanding Northern Quarter, Hula provides the best in top quality Hawaiian inspired cocktails. With over 100 top imported rums to choose from, even the best drinks connoisseur would be spoilt for choice at this roaring, tiki themed bar in Manchester.
New Wakefield Street just off Oxford Road is the latest part of town to be fall victim to the Zombie invasion, with this rum soaked tiki shack setting up home in what was formerly The Attic. Serving up an exotic blend of rum based cocktails in a Polynesian themed paradise, this colourful tiki cocktail bar has everything you'll need for a fun night out in Manchester, with DJs playing a party soundtrack of reggae and hip hop and tropical cocktails flowing into the early hours.