South Shore Tiki Lounge

Kihei, HI
Bar & Restaurant
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1913 S. Kihei Rd., Suite J
Kihei, HI
Opened in 2005
Daily 11am-2am
(808) 874-6444

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South Shore Tiki Lounge



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Everyone You
Decor 8
Drink Quality 7.9
Drink Selection 7.1
Food Quality 7.4
Food Selection 7
Mood 7.1
Music 7.1
Service 8
Tikiness 7.5
Tilt 8
Vibe 8.3

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Humuhumu’s description

A newer tiki bar, tucked into a shopping center in Kihei. The decor is a mix of Polynesian Pop and surfing, with plenty of bamboo and some tikis. The inside portion is nice and dark, and there is a spacious outdoor patio. Beach Bumz
Beach Bumz
Kihei, HI
is in the same shopping center.

How to find it

In a middle building of a shopping center, just south of the Kihei Town Center, and across from Kalama Beach Park. Look for the shopping center's front building, which is light teal green with an open front leading to stalls.


There is a parking lot.


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Regulars & Visitors
  • TikiRob
  • Colin The Dangerous
  • Tiki Surfah
  • rahi i'a
  • Humuhumu
  • Eme
  • tikitabby
  • tikival
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March 22, 2015, 8:06 PM
went St Paddys' day and ordered the standard Mai Tai. perhaps my tastebuds were not recovered from my flight from seattle, but it was not tasty. Very busy place, so the locals like it or maybe just the waitresses. The Pioneer Inn in Lahaina serves a wicked Mai Tai and the scrimshaw t-shirt and the fact that the place is 100 years old and very tiki in that it is on the dock of Lahaina in Maui should rate a visit, plus the parrot in the bar wolf whistling is a classic
January 22, 2015, 9:58 PM
My must go spot when I'm in Kihei. Love South Shore!
Raider Rich
Raider Rich has visited South Shore Tiki Lounge.
January 3, 2013, 6:43 PM
This is my favorite tiki bar. They play great music, have great food and you can sit out on the deck across the street from the ocean. How does life get better than that?
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