Tiki No

Bar
4657 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, California, United States
Ph: (818) 766-0116
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Opened in 2010
Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
Kahuna Tiki, North Hollywood 0.7 mi
1.1 km
Tonga Hut, North Hollywood 3.3 mi
5.2 km
Rock-a-Hula, Los Angeles 5.0 mi
8.1 km
C. P. Three Prop House, Los Angeles 5.3 mi
8.6 km
Damon's, Glendale 6.6 mi
10.5 km
The bar at Tiki No in North Hollywood
June 2011, photo by Humuhumu
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Humuhumu’s description:

Tiki No is a new bar in the San Fernando Valley; it had initial soft openings in October 2010 and opened a few weeks later in early November. The "No" in the name is a reference to it being in North Hollywood.

The interior is by Bamboo Ben. The building is at a corner, with lit tiki torches. The interior has several large, but cozy, upholstered booths with thatched roofs, and the walls are lined with lots of bamboo. The bar has several large tiki carvings. There is a small outdoor smoking patio, which is not heavily themed.

A small menu of tropical drinks are available, a mix of classics and their own creations, including some served in tiki mugs.

How to find it:
Tiki No is in a building at the southwest corner of Lankershim Blvd. and Kling St. Look for the lit "Tiki No" sign and torches.
Parking:
There is no lot, but parking is generally available on the street in the neighborhood.
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January 15, 2011, 11:04 PM
I had a chance to visit Tiki No the other night. It was a monday night so things were a little quiet. My buddy and I sat at the bar. The first thing we noticed was the great decor behind the bar. An excellent use of light, botles and misc tiki related items. Oh, I forgot to mention. As we were driving up we were greated by flaming Tiki torches and a glowing Tiki No sign. (Very Cool) The mood was relaxed and laid back with only a few patrons at the bar. the bar tender, Ryan was very nice and as I sipped my Mai Tai we talked about the new place. My buddy ordered a Zombie which left a little to be desired. The second round was a 'Sup' for my friend and another Mai Tai for me. (I guess I kind of like the Mai Tai's) All in all a nice place. I hope to swing back soon.
Chippy has visited Tiki No.

February 21, 2011, 5:03 PM
Awesome Bar...Awesome decor.....good pricing being where it is..nice staff...cool customers like FRODO!!!!!!!!!!1 Yessssssssss I was sitting next to E. Wood Sunday night. Very nice guy. I recommend to everyone!!

July 22, 2013, 11:03 AM
Tiki No's decor and ambiance are incredible. Drinks are ok but its worth it just to see the place. So cool!!! Will be back.
forgotten tikiman has visited Tiki No.

March 1, 2015, 6:19 PM
The decor in this bar is amongst the best I've seen. Really fun to just look around and see what you can see. I was a bit disappointed by the limited drink selection, as well as the quality of the drinks. We ordered a mai tai and a Lychee Luau. We had to send the mai tai back for being pretty much undrinkable. The Lychee Luau was not bad, but a little on the syrupy side.

The ambiance was great of all you're looking for I'd the visual. Unfortunately, one must also take music into account and this bar left much to be desired for me musically. I mean, Aretha Franklin is great... but not in a tiki bar.

I want only good things for this bar. Its very rare that we find new tiki bars opening up so im really pulling for them. I think that design-wise its at the end of the class, but I wish they'd pay more attention to perfecting the craft of truly great cocktails.

If I do come back to this bar it will have to be on a different day of the week or a different time of day. Saturday nights don't seem to be very tiki at LA tiki bars....

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