Ren Clark's Polynesian Village

Bar & Restaurant
6451 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
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Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
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brochure, 44
mug, 178
text, 249
Photo from Ren Clark's Polynesian Village in Fort Worth
date unknown, from the collection of Tiki-Kate
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Humuhumu’s description:
Ren Clark's Polynesian Village was in the Western Hills Hotel, and was richly decorated with bamboo, tapacloth, floats, lights, thatch and peacock chairs. It had several rooms: the Tahitian Room, the Hawaiian Room, the Samoan Hut, and the Cannibal Cocktail Lounge. Its signature tiki was carved by Milan Guanko.

Ren Clark was a magician, and held several posts in magician groups in the 1950s. For entertainment at his Polynesian Village resaurant he performed a magic act; as a souvenir, patrons could purchase a grotesque mug of a severed head -- this mug has become one of the more sought-after tiki mug collectibles, despite it not being really all that "tiki."

Ren Clark's Polynesian Village was in the Western Hills Hotel. It is not known what years the Polynesian Village was open, but the hotel was open from 1951 until it burned down in 1969.

The location is currently a Winn-Dixie Marketplace.

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