Bahi Hut Lounge

Sarasota, FL
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4675 N Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL
Mon-Sat 4:30pm-2:30am
Sun 4:30pm-1am
(866) 282-9330

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Bahi Hut Lounge



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Everyone You
Decor 6.6
Drink Quality 5.5
Drink Selection 5.2
Mood 6.5
Music 3.6
Service 6.7
Tikiness 6.5
Tilt 6.7
Vibe 5.8

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Part of the Best Western Golden Host Resort.

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February 6, 2017, 3:23 PM
I started my Mai Tai hunt at Trader Vic's in Emeryville. Next was Tommy Bahamas in Palm Desert then the Tonga Hut in Palm Springs. All rockin! Basement Sushi in San Fran made crappy Mai Tais- rum and pineapple juice. Hmmm?? I was stayin across the street from the Bahi Hut in Sarasota so I bopped in for a 'Tai. Lots of rum and some magic mixer. Not bad but not like Vic's recipe. At least not a slushy mess. Music was 80s not Martin Denny....but that is probably for survival. If I was a local, this could be my haunt. It needs more Tiki-Nados. Hit it kids!!
beerbuddha has visited Bahi Hut Lounge.
January 31, 2016, 12:39 PM
This place has so much potential from a tiki standpoint. Visually appealing but the smoking ruined it for me. The music was southern rock not tiki which sucked. They are apparently known for their Mai Tai which was good.
NYC Tiki
NYC Tiki is a regular at Bahi Hut Lounge.
January 18, 2015, 7:57 PM
I am SO glad that Bahi Hut still exists in Sarasota. This place has a lot going wrong with it, but still has the old bones and vibe lurking in the background, it is just waiting one day for someone to pick it up, polish it off and restore it to it's former glory (and if the owners read this and want to sell, please contact me). It is within an old motel (independent) near the airport on a street with old cool fifties and sixties motor lodges and such. The bar is a separate building like a hut, with bamboo and a bamboo door handle when you enter. Inside it is a gem. Old wooden / bamboo tables, old tiki pictures, a window looking at a (now dilapidated) garden and a famous Mai Tai. Unfortunately they play bad music (as noted above) and allow smoking, so it smells. I think the smoking patrons keep this place alive for now, but I can definitely see it being refurbished, cleaned up, a new music track with updated cocktails and some snacks...and potentially this could be the cocktail bar it once was.....Definitely go give it a try if you are in beautiful Sarasota Florida
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