Trader Vic's

Palo Alto, CA, United States
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Reports from your intrepid tiki explorer, Humuhumu
May 2, 2007
Entry at the Beverly Hills Trader Vic’s This week’s closure of the Trader Vic’s in Beverly Hills has caused widespread sadness — Trader Vic’s closure may have been quiet, but the reaction has not been. The reaction has ra...
April 3, 2007
Papua New Guinea tiki at Xanadu Gallery This past weekend, we stumbled across a little gallery that has a wonderful collection of Papua New Guinea art. It’s called Xanadu Gallery, and it’s in Menlo Park, just north of Stanford University. ...
August 1, 2006
Trader Vic’s Mai Tai Bar I learned on the Tiki Talk blog about Trader Vic’s intention of starting a new line of their restaurants, called Trader Vic’s Mai Tai Bars. They’re scaled-back versions of Trader Vic’s restaurants...
July 25, 2006
Hanford & I (mostly Hanford) just finished throwing a massive, four-day party — the sixth annual Tiki Central Tiki Crawl. This year, 12 different tiki locations were visited by a roaming horde of modern-day savages. It was incredibly fun, bo...
June 5, 2006
Tiki "Thinker" at Stanford University While making plans to visit the Rodin sculpture garden at Stanford University a couple weeks back, I made a startling discovery… the Cantor Arts Center, which manages the Rodin sculptures, also has...
January 13, 2006
Palo Alto Trader Vic’s The Palo Alto Trader Vic’s will be undergoing a remodel in the bar area this month, with a targeted soft opening on January 27. The space will be called “The Mai Tai Lounge at Trader Vic’s” and will...
October 4, 2005
Otto von Stroheim and Humuhumu, photo by Laura Gilmore For the past month, I’ve been spending time in the San Francisco Bay Area — the South Bay, to be specific. It’s not been a thorough tiki scouring — I’ve more or less ...
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