Freaky Boutiki

3742 Mission Blvd.
San Diego, California, United States
Ph: (858) 488-4924 - Website
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Opened in 1999
Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
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Chinese lanterns and Marquesan tiki by Harvey Mendiola at Freaky Boutiki in San Diego
July 2007, photo by hodadhank
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Humuhumu’s description:

Freaky Boutiki started out in 1999 as the Freak Factory, selling a mix of original art, retro items, surf stuff and midcentury pieces. After a fire in 2006, owner "Hodad" Hank Adelson transformed it into Freaky Boutiki, with a stronger emphasis on all things Polynesian Pop.

The store bills itself as a "coastal curiosity shoppe" and has a great mix of items: art by modern tiki artists, Oceanic art pieces, nautical knick-knacks, tiki mugs, aloha wear, carvings, and more.

Freaky Tiki has work by many well-beloved tiki artists, including Ken Ruzic, Heather Watts, Derek Yaniger, Doug Horne, Sam Gambino, Squid, Tiki Tony, Shag and more.

How to find it:
Freaky Boutiki is in San Diego's Mission Beach neighborhood. A sign above the shop still says "Freak Factory Smoke Shop", and there is a "Freaky Boutiki" neon sign in the window. The side of the building has a you-can't-miss-it tiki in bas relief.
Parking:
There is limited street parking, and a free parking lot a couple blocks east on Santa Clara Place.
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July 2, 2011, 1:39 PM
This is a fun place--I like stop and check out what's new when I get around that area--I went for the Tikot gallery show and it was cool to see all the artists work, I usually just see online in person.

Great staff--super friendly--I love when I come they have a tiki being carved right out in front of the store!
tropicalihoney is a semi-regular at Freaky Boutiki.

May 14, 2012, 7:50 PM
Cool place. Lots of mugs. Featuring Munktiki, Tikifarm and more. Sometimes they have older mugs and they still sell them for retail. Is a smoke shop too, but you gotta stay in business on this busy street. I think it is a must for you to check out if you are a mug collector!

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