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Harbor Hut, Morro Bay, CA (restaurant)
forgotten tikiman
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Joined: Aug 18, 2011
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From: Forgotten Tiki Room. Pismo Beach, CA
Posted: 2012-09-02 8:22 pm   Permalink

Aloha TC!!! I was up in Morro Bay today doing some Tiki thrift shopping and I stopped by the Harbor Hut for a cocktail before I headed back to Pismo Beach. Thought I would take some updated pics to let you guys know whats been going down with it. Sadly some of the classic Tikis that were there in the begining are now gone. They did a remodel of the place and it got modernized. But they still kept some of the Tiki theme inside fortunately or I would have been pissed since this is the only Tiki restuarant we have up here. And yes! Tiki Joe still remains. If they would have got rid of him I would have kicked some ass .





Tiki joe is no longer a bike rack



















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forgotten tikiman
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From: Forgotten Tiki Room. Pismo Beach, CA
Posted: 2013-04-08 8:29 pm   Permalink

I ran into the guy who did some of the renovation of the Habor Hut and he actually saved some of the Tikis that were around. So I scored one of them and working out a deal to get a few more. Here is the Tiki that is found and saved. I had to have it cause its local Tiki history.


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SBJiminyC
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Posted: 2013-04-10 10:28 am   Permalink

Nice score!

Did they say why they took them out, was is because people were stealing / vandalizing them?


 
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Otto
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Joined: Mar 29, 2002
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Posted: 2014-01-01 1:53 pm   Permalink

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On 2012-09-02 20:22, forgotten tikiman wrote:
Aloha TC!!! I was up in Morro Bay today doing some Tiki thrift shopping and I stopped by the Harbor Hut for a cocktail before I headed back to Pismo Beach. Thought I would take some updated pics to let you guys know whats been going down with it. Sadly some of the classic Tikis that were there in the begining are now gone. They did a remodel of the place and it got modernized. But they still kept some of the Tiki theme inside fortunately or I would have been pissed since this is the only Tiki restaurant we have up here. And yes! Tiki Joe still remains. If they would have got rid of him I would have kicked some ass :D.




I was up in Morro Bay Dec 30, 2013
Could not thrift shop or even have a cocktail as the family was headed to Hearst Castle for the day but am happy to report that Harbor Hut appears to be functioning well and still has all of the artifacts shown above by Forgotten Tikiman. But on the side of the building on the dock I noticed some severed heads. I'm not sure if it is a good sign that they are saving them or that it is a bad sign that they chopped them off?



And here is an artifact that is unique to Harbor Hut


Your intrepid reporter in the field, Otto



 
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