Seattle, WA
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2207 1st Ave
Seattle, WA
Daily 11:30am-2am
(206) 956-9329

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by 38 people



Everyone You
Decor 6.7
Drink Quality 5.9
Drink Selection 6
Food Quality 8
Food Selection 7.9
Mood 6
Music 4
Service 6.7
Tikiness 5
Tilt 5.7
Vibe 4.8

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Humuhumu’s description

This popular restaurant can become quite crowded on weekend evenings when the DJs play dance music and reggae. That warning aside, the food and drinks make this place worth a visit. It has a more tropical than tiki feel, as is common with the more modern tiki bars, but for the most part at least sticks to a Polynesian theme.


Trader Anne
Trader Anne has visited 'Ohana.
July 28, 2018, 2:18 PM
Came for lunch. Food was great, drink was okay. Reggae didn’t ruin the vibe. Servers were nice and attentive. Tiki-wise, lots of fun but nothing to bowl you over. If I lived here, I’d be back often.
Jess Squared
Jess Squared has visited 'Ohana.
January 16, 2018, 2:17 PM
I have a hard time classifying this place as a “good” tiki bar. All the drinks were similar and most of them were based off the exact same rum. The waitress even admitted they use Hawaiian Punch in their drinks. Of the 5 of us ordering alcoholic drinks, none of us were impressed with what we were brought.

The decor wasn’t terrible... It’s bordering on the kitschy Party City stuff, complete with a “Tiki Bar” sign, though.

We did all enjoy our dinner selections, so they have decent food.

It was down a few blocks at Navy Strength that we found excellent tiki drinks. If you’re in Seattle and in need of tiki, go there instead of ‘Ohana. (They’re 21 and over only, so you can’t take your kids.)
Kaiavatar has visited 'Ohana.
October 20, 2017, 1:38 PM
I am sure that the food is lovely and there seems to be quite a selection of Sushi...but that is all.

This is a Sushi restaurant that is attempting to capitalize off the resurgence and growing popularity of Tiki Culture. There only seemed to be three "Tiki"drinks and those were sensationalized mai tai's.
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