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JOHN-O's Las Vegas (& Honolulu pg 8) Thread
martian-tiki
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Posted: 2010-11-18 9:03 pm   Permalink

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That's not nearly as pastel as the Kokomo tikis. A search turned this page up
http://tikichick.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/kokomos-at-mall-of-america-minneapolis-mn/

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Posted: 2010-11-19 12:08 am   Permalink

"Honolulu Confidential" Part 3 of 10

So are there any operational Tiki bars still in Waikiki ?? Well I was able to identify and visit 3 of them. I'll get to those in a later post.

First let me admit to something here. When traveling and seeking out bar crawl adventure, "Where's the Tiki?" isn't the primary thing on my mind. I always first ask "So where would Bukowski drink?"

Tiki is fun but a gritty (preferably mid-century) dive bar experience is what really appeals to my inner Film Noir sensibilities.

Honolulu did not let me down. Let's start off with...

The Hideaway



I read in a Honolulu Weekly poll that the Hideaway ranked as one of Hawaii's best dive bars. Polls like that usually make me suspicious because depending on the target audience, any bar that doesn't stock Belvedere vodka is considered a dive bar. Heck, even here in LA, many people consider the Tiki-Ti to be a dive bar. What kind of dive bar serves $17 cocktails? (Which the Ti does). I was a little skeptical but I tried to keep an open mind.

The Hideaway is located down a dingy alley behind a 7-11, just near the intersection of Kalakaua Ave and Ala Moana Blvd. That puts it on the outskirts of Waikiki. It's not something a casual tourist would ever stumble upon. I visited the place with 3 friends of mine, we all had hangovers from the night before and were looking for a "hair of the dog".

As we got out of the car and approached the place, my nose was overwhelmed by a horrible putrid smell emanating from the trash container next to the entrance. "Welcome to the Hideaway" I thought. As we entered and approached the bar, immediately the ethnic Hawaiian-looking bartender barks out "Let me see some IDs". I'm sorry but not only were we all clearly over 21, we all could have children of drinking age too. It was a pure power play against the "tourists". This was made even more evident when one friend flashed his California driver's license in his transparent wallet holder and was curtly ordered "TAKE IT OUT".

After our IDs were scrutinized like suspicious $100 bills, I ordered up 3 Bloody Mary's which I heard was the specialty of the place. Our designated driver asked for a club soda in which the bartender paused and gave him a glare of annoyance. Hey I was looking for a non-Tourist experience and that's exactly what we were getting. Oh, BTW what did the place look like ?? It looked like a DIVE.

Things started to get better when the bartender asked what kind of Vodka we wanted. I requested Stoli. He immediately mixed up the drinks with great care, giving us the excess from the shaker in separate shot glasses. As I sipped my cocktail, I realized it was one of the best Bloody Mary's I ever had. When I asked my friend who paid for the drinks what the cost was, he said about $3 each. !!!

I drank at the bar while my friends retreated to a remote table. At the U-shaped bar with me was a middle-aged Haole guy in an aloha shirt, a younger guy with full sleeves (that means tattoos), a biker couple (wearing colors !!) who must have been in their 60's, and a "local" guy who seemed to be staring at us.

I chatted with the very drunk middle-aged guy, who told me he was ex-Air Force stationed on Oahu. He talked (slurred actually) my ear off with what sounded like government conspiracy stories. The tatt'ed out guy was a German ex-pat who I learned used to live a few blocks away from me in Venice. While these conversations were going on, the local guy motions the bartender over and says some words to him while pointing directly at me and then my friends in the corner. At that point I wasn't sure if we were going to be asked to leave, but was instead shocked to learn "Michael's buying you guys your next round". I guess we passed the "Hideaway Test" (whatever it was).

The dive bar experience was made even more appropriately memorable by this imagery we saw when walking out…



HPD (I refuse to use the term "5-0") on the left and a satisfied Hideaway customer sleeping (at least I hope she was sleeping) on the right.

The only thing that would have made it 100% perfect would have been an authentic mid-century vibe (the Hideaway only dates back to the early 1970's). For that experience, I had a handle on that night's drinking itinerary.

Next stop…




 
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MauiRose
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Posted: 2010-11-21 1:23 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-11-18 21:03, martian-tiki wrote:

That's not nearly as pastel as the Kokomo tikis. A search turned this page up
http://tikichick.wordpress.com/2010/10/27/kokomos-at-mall-of-america-minneapolis-mn/



Hey, that's my blog

Great Hideaway story, John-O. Looking forward to the next installments!


 
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msteeln
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Posted: 2010-11-21 5:17 pm   Permalink

More shots of cool Canlis', forgive if seen before...
http://www.cocktailpiano.com/rooms_honolulu.html

At sunset http://www.cardcow.com/viewall/20205/

Canlis Book Photo

There is a Canlis' menu cover amongst the other equally worthy images http://www.arkivatropika.com/cgi-bin/tags.cgi?tags=%22building%20exterior%22

Rare shot of culinary notables http://ilind.net/2009/11/20/another-moment-in-hawaii-culinary-history/

The Hideaway... memories I'm still trying to forget!

[ Edited by: Sabu The Coconut Boy - shorten long hyperlink - 2010-11-22 16:36 ]


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Posted: 2010-11-22 2:12 pm   Permalink

John-O, thanks for your ongoing Waikiki tour, and the virtual trip to the Hideaway Bar. So in your ongoing theme, are you saying this is Waikiki's Double Down?

Caltiki Brent


 
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Posted: 2010-11-22 3:35 pm   Permalink

Love reading your posts here, John-O. Super educational and well written. That was a great 'ad' for the Waikiki book. I'm gonna grab it off of Amazon, now... Maybe it'll inspire a new Hula Girls song!
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JOHN-O
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Posted: 2010-11-22 3:55 pm   Permalink

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On 2010-11-22 14:12, congawa wrote:

...So in your ongoing theme, are you saying this is Waikiki's Double Down?


I don't think I'd compare the Hideaway to the Double Down. The DD is a great divey place but it's also somewhat self-consciously hip due to its role as an eclectic music showcase. A venue like that needs to welcome tourists in addition to its regulars.

I got the feeling the Hideaway is more of a gritty locals' joint where Dog the Bounty Hunter is likely to drag out bail jumpers (or so I've heard) than a place for slumming hipsters.

I haven't been to every dive bar in Las Vegas but if I had to draw a comparison, the Hideaway is probably more like Atomic Liquors or the Huntridge Tavern (but lacking the mid-century history of those two places). Also maybe Dino's but that place does draw a hipster crowd on Karakoke nights. And when I say hipster I don't mean the Ed Hardy crowd but rather the ironic gas station jacket and vintage bowling shirt wearing crowd. (And if you think about that definition, Aloha shirt wearing Tikiphiles might be hipsters in their own right as well. )

Thanks for the positive feedback, I sometimes wonder if I'm contributing to the "devolution" of this web site that many old-timers are concerned about. I like to orbit on the periphery of Tiki and share what I consider to be related mid-century or off-beat content.


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Posted: 2010-11-22 4:02 pm   Permalink

Me too.

John, I had some wonderful experiences in Honolulu back in the 80's, when Hotel street was enthusiastically called "shit street" by us service guys! Oh yeah! We would go down there every weekend and hit what we affectionately called the "Buy me drinkee" bars!

My favorite was the "Harbor Lounge", run by an obvious madam whose name was "anne". All the cocktail girls/strippers were also hookers. These were the kinds of places were you only went with a large group of guys, because there were always Hawaiian and Samoan bikers there. It was scary and thrilling at the same time...but of course the big draw for me was that these were vintage bars from the WW2 era, that had long since gone to pot....(Kind of like these days!) anyway, the bars all had the original jukeboxes for the most part, with 45's and in some cases, 78 recordings of all the big band stuff of that era...glen miller, tommy dorsey, etc...it was a real time machine!

One night I met this old Chinese guy outside who told me if I gave him 10 bucks he could quickly turn it into 100. I followed him all up and down hotel street (which was chinatown) and indeed, he conned everyone he saw and made the 100 bucks back and then some! He even gave me my cut!

But stepping into that tropical night after an evening of drinking mai tais, singapore slings and sloe gin fizzes was a priceless experience I will never forget. I would just walk down the streets and try to imagine being a serviceman on leave back in 1940s...and it was not hard seeing that I was exactly that, but in a different time!

Oh, I would seek out those bars that had Martin Denny and Arthur Lyman recordings on those machines. My buddies never understood, and they were into metal and other types of music...and there was no category called "tiki" so I had no one to talk to except the old-timers like my boss, Mr. Elmore, (CW3 Elmore) who had seen Martin Denny and Arthur lyman live on many occasions and was suprised that I could whistle songs such as Bali Hai and quiet village. he always used to chuckle about that and say I was born in the wrong time period!

I have looked in vain for pictures on the net, showing what honolulu used to look like back then. it's all gone, you know? No longer can you whiff cocaine on a bar table while drinking a mai tai, watching a stripper and listening to Stan Kenton...those days are gone!


 
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JOHN-O
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Posted: 2010-11-22 4:16 pm   Permalink

HA ! Lucas, I got your ""Buy me drinkee" bars coming up in a few more posts (although they're not on Hotel St. anymore).

I like to call them "Exotica bars".


 
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Posted: 2010-11-22 4:23 pm   Permalink

Looking forward to it, John! Your posts are excellent. I can't wait for the next korea town tour! (I want to eat the best kimchee possible!)
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JOHN-O
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Posted: 2010-11-22 7:47 pm   Permalink

"Honolulu Confidential" Part 4 of 10

Hotel Street, Chinatown. As Lucas Vigor mentioned, this area of Honolulu has long had a reputation for hard drinking and vice. During World War II, the situation was tolerated as it provided R&R for servicemen fighting in the Pacific. Check out this vintage photograph showing sailors waiting in line for a brothel !!



That history has long associated Hotel St. as an area to go for illicit activity. Maybe not so much the case in recent years, but it still has a somewhat seedy feeling. It also has a vintage frozen-in-time atmosphere ( ) which is gradually diminishing in Honolulu. The last time I was in this area was over 10 years ago when I ate at the Wo Fat Chinese restaurant.

Yes, Wo Fat was the business that inspired Steve McGarrett's arch nemesis' name on the original Hawaii 5-0. The 1930's building is still there so I assumed the restaurant was merely closed late at night. According to Phillip Roberts however, it shut down permanently several years ago.



I was visiting Hotel St. on this recent trip to check out a recommendation of Phillip's…

Smith's Union Bar



Opened in 1935, it's Honolulu's (Hawaii's?) oldest bar. Yes, this was the historic dive bar experience I was looking for, I could feel 75 years worth of history oozing out of the walls



A friend and I savored our drinks with handful of local barflies that weekday night. Actually the drinks weren't as dirt cheap as I had expected, at least not when compared to the Hideaway. They were comparable to a typical Kuhio Ave bar in Waikiki.

As we chatted up the bartender, another divey bar across the street caught my eye, the Gold Gate Lounge. I asked our bartender if non-locals would be welcomed in a place like that. She just shrugged and said it was mainly a Micronesian blue collar joint. Rather than visiting that place (maybe on another trip), we finished our drinks and walked down the street to…

Amy's Place



This was another cool mid-century bar. If anything this place had even more quirky atmosphere as one regular was playing Christmas music over and over on the jukebox, "Don't mind him, he loves Christmas". We sat down next to the requisite guy passed out on the counter and were served by a guy who was a Filipino version of character actor Danny Trejo. When I asked him to call us a cab afterward, he wouldn't do it instead trying to get us to take the bus, "It's only $3.00 !!".




OK, I know a lot of people here have no interest in low-brow adventures such as these and would rather partake in a more upscale experience. Fear not, for Chinatown in recent years has become a hot bed of that improvement (or bane depending on how you look at it) of low rent districts, the "Hipster" bar.

Most of these places are quite discrete, and you wouldn't notice them unless you were looking for them. One popular place is Thirtyninehotel (the address, it's not a hotel) which is almost next door to Smith's.



Actually we had been there earlier in the week when the area was closed off for a Halloween block party. The streets were shoulder to shoulder with people in some of the most inventive Halloween costumes I've ever seen. One voluptuous young women was dressed as the heroine in "Avatar", she was painted completely blue wearing a skimpy loincloth and was topless. I wish I had gotten a picture of her.

Anyway Thirtyninehotel might be of special interest to Tikiphiles as it has a reputation for a mixology boom that's reached Hawaii (more on this in future post).

So where's the best Mai Tai in Oahu? It might be this one based on the classic TV recipe.



The outdoor lounge was packed that night as was the street outside…





Soon after 10pm, HPD started to break up the festivities. I was really impressed on how crowded but well behaved the Hawaii revelers were. In LA, with a crowd that dense I would be afraid an imminent riot could break out at any minute.



Other of these new types of bars are in walking distance. Check out places like Bar 35, Next Door, and Mercury just to name a few.

Me, you'll find me at Smith's.


 
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Posted: 2010-11-22 8:18 pm   Permalink

When the 'house' action was hot and heavy as in that vintage photo, the boys got a whopping 2 minutes each. Most probably had enuf time left for a cigarette...

Too bad you didn't catch The Swing Club on the same block as Smith's, once one of the great jazz joints and now ruined, and right around the corner is a tat shop that was once one of Sailor Jerry's many.

BTW, while cruising past the Hubba Hubba this morning (next to Smith's), I see they have removed the entire front awning and are busy inside, hopefully getting her back in shape as I've heard rumored for years... Interesting to see the old facade completely bared.



 
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Posted: 2010-11-23 8:42 pm   Permalink

"Honolulu Confidential" Part 5 of 10

OK, let's get back to the Tiki. So here's some great classic Waikiki places that you'll NEVER get to experience...

1. Don the Beachcomber - 1946-1987
2. Canlis' Charcoal Broiler 1954-1998
3. Tahitian Lanai (Waikikian Hotel) - 1956-1996
4. Trader Vic's - This one is confusing. There were 2 locations, none of which were "official" TV's.
5. Hawaiian Hut - 1970-2009

As you can tell by the dates, most of these places (except the Hawaiian Hut) were toast before the majority of us here were even "Tiki aware". I can't feel TOO bad about missing them. (Unlike the Kahiki that shut down the year BOT was published. )

So what's left of the old-school Tiki-style ??

Only one place really... La Mariana Sailing Club. I'm not going to post on it since:

1. Most everyone here already knows about it.
2. I didn't go there on this recent trip anyway.

What I will post about however, are three 21st-century Waikiki Tiki bars. Let's start off with...


Tiki's Bar and Grill (2004)



I know this place has been documented here on TC but it's hard to search on. You have to know to add the "Bar and Grill" otherwise searching just on "Tiki's" will bring back too many results to be useful.

This place probably has the best quality Tikis of the new joints. There were definite Bosko pieces and some I think Crazy Al did. I'm not sure however I can give this place a fair evaluation. To me, good Tiki-style atmosphere is all about an exotic windowless womb where you can't tell if it's night or day outside (like a Vegas casino). I think the power of Tiki loses something under the glaring brightness of the sun (like Superman losing his powers under a red sun). It's probably a much different vibe at night with Tiki torches illuminating the open-air space but the two times I've been there were during the day. Yes there were Tikis but it just didn't feel "Tiki". It was more like your typical beach-facing Kalakaua Ave tourist spot that just happened to have some Tikis in it. The shirtless Frat boys noisily watching football at the bar didn't help matters either.





Just to give this place a fair shake, I encourage anyone who's visited at night to share their perspective.

I will give them credit however for having 2 kinds of of Mai Tais. One regular and one "top-shelf".



I tried the expensive one with Bacardi and Myers. It was.. OK, a little on the sweet side for me. And like 99% of the Mai Tais you're going to get in Hawaii, it had pineapple juice in it.

At one point I was going to try a Mai Tai at every bar I visited, but after too many disappointments I switched to Bourbon. I figured I'd save my liver only for those Mai Tais that had a good reputation. And to be honest, Mai Tais aren't my "go to" Tropical drink anyway. I'd rather have a Navy Grog or a Zombie, but those are pretty obscure in Hawaii.

The people who opened Tiki's also opened a second venture called the Holokai Grill. I vaguely recall it being featured in Tiki Magazine. It never made it long enough for me to get a chance to visit.

Let's move on to...


Da Big Kahuna (2006)



Not "The" Big Kahuna but "Da" Big Kahuna. Make sure you get that right.

The word "Big Kahuna" is pretty prevalent throughout Waikiki. It's the name of this bar, a 3D golf course, a pizza joint, it's on tourist junk everywhere like license plates, T-shirts, coffee mugs, etc. etc. Every time I saw it I thought of the Big Kahuna who posts here on TC and how initially proud he might be, but then regretful once he saw the quality of the stuff that bore his brand. Sorry Big Kahuna, but at least you can get a T-Shirt that has your TC name on it. I never did see any "JOHN-O" souvenirs.

Da Big Kahuna is located on Kuhio Ave towards the "rear" of Waikiki. Unlike the Kalakaua Ave with it's beach facing views, historic grand dames, and yes Ferrari brand logo, Prada, and Rolex stores, Kuhio Ave is a little more proletarian. The drinks are cheaper and unlike the other side of Waikiki, I didn't get the feeling someone was trying to hard sell me something expensive.

When I first experienced Da Big Kahuna, I was pretty horrified. This was definitely an example of Tiki "devolution". A lot of the Tikis were made of some kind of plaster, not the artfully carved pieces that are cherished so much here.



But you know what? The place kind of grew on me.

For one thing the drinks were pretty cheap. Also as the night got longer, and I got drunker, the scene seemed to grow more surreal. There was a pretty crazy mix of people in there.

You had your military guys getting drunk at the bar, young Japanese girls giggling uncontrollably as they communally shared the place's signature fish bowl drink (yes, it is a fish bowl), Midwestern tourists who were happy just to be in Hawaii (even in this cheesy bar), and slumming Locals singing Karaoke. Occasionally one of the strolling "working girls" outside (shockingly good looking) would come in to discretely cruise the bar. In my drunken state, it was like a Poly-Pop Fellini movie come to life all under the watchful eyes of a 10-foot Tiki. OUR TIKI !!



So for those of us who sometimes take our Tiki-style too seriously, we really need to visit this place. It's probably not good Tiki, but it is.. FUN !! And did I mention it's important to be drunk?

Next...


Arnold's Beach Bar (2006)



No not Arnold from "Happy Days", he passed away. This is some other guy. Arnold's is located just south of Kalakaua Ave on Saratoga Rd. It's a small place that's really not that distinctive from the street. That's probably its greatest charm. I understand at some point this place had the reputation of a dive bar with some wild happenings, but that's not the impression I got at all. I think the Tiki decor was added only a few years ago, so maybe that was part of the reinvention.

For Waikiki, this place almost had a neighborhood bar feel as apparent regulars stopped in for a quick beer and a chat with the bartender. If you're looking for a laid back and non-"tourist trap" experience in the company of some Tikis, check it out.



For musical entertainment, a guy on the guitar sang James Taylor and Eagles covers. Not very "Tiki" but hey my 3 friends really enjoyed it. (But they spent their teenage years in the San Fernando Valley during the late 1970's, so what do you expect ??)

Whew... I hope everyone paid attention so I can get my Tiki content credit for today. I'm probably going off-roading again in a few more posts.


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Posted: 2010-11-24 08:28 am   Permalink

You are a great writer! Keep it coming!

 
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Posted: 2010-11-24 11:09 am   Permalink

"Occasionally one of the strolling "working girls" outside (shockingly good looking) would come in to discretely cruise the bar."

-Just a little FYI, John-O... Most of those working girls are dudes... Like 90% of the ones in Waikiki are... They're called 'mahus'... Yikes!

I went to the Tikis Bar and Grill back when it first opened. At night, the decor really comes alive. The Bosko, Crazy Al, and Shag art really makes the place pretty cool. But it DOES still have the Kalakaua restaurant feel to it. Like kind of a big corporate place... The live Jawaiian music was a bummer for me too.

My favorite will always be La Marina for the classic tiki bar decor. There are so many headhunter tiki poles at that place. I love those!

I'm interested to go try the Thirtyninehotel maitais. It's good to hear that someone is getting the classic drink mixed correctly. The other great maitais in waikiki are at the Royal Hawaiian outdoor bar and the Halekulani (which still has traditional Hawaiian steel guitar music live). That place is amazing. I might be interjecting before you can get to those, John-O! Sorry!

Keep the posts coming! Very entertaining and very educational.
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