No-Bikini Atoll is the home tiki bar of Noland and Sarah in Reno, Nevada. They created the bar in a small room in their basement in June 2017. The bar's name is a wink to the famous Bikini Atoll, inspired by an old tattoo the couple spotted, and not the gag seen in a Beanie & Cecil cartoon. The couple has been collecting for 15 years, and this 144-square-foot space has been the first time they've been able to decorate a room in their home into something cohesive.
The room has a netted ceiling with floats, vintage leis, and other flotsam. There is a rattan aquarium with a puffer fish lamp inside. The bar was framed out of used pallets, with a top covered in diner vinyl. There is a vintage rattan table with seating for four, and a more intimate corner space with seating for two more.
The music includes Exotica, space age bachelor pad music, and other swinging sounds, piped in from a series of hidden speakers. The couple uses the room to escape the desert heat, entertain friends, and mix drinks as complex as Don the Beachcomber classics and as simple as beer.