Tiki No

North Hollywood, CA
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4657 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA
Opened in 2010
Daily 5pm-2am
(818) 766-0116

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Tiki No



by 140 people



Everyone You
Decor 8.5
Drink Quality 7.1
Drink Selection 7
Mood 7.5
Music 5.1
Service 7.4
Tikiness 7.9
Tilt 7.1
Vibe 6.8

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Humuhumu’s description

Tiki No is a new bar in the San Fernando Valley; it had initial soft openings in October 2010 and opened a few weeks later in early November. The "No" in the name is a reference to it being in North Hollywood.
The interior is by Bamboo Ben. The building is at a corner, with lit tiki torches. The interior has several large, but cozy, upholstered booths with thatched roofs, and the walls are lined with lots of bamboo. The bar has several large tiki carvings. There is a small outdoor smoking patio, which is not heavily themed.
A small menu of tropical drinks are available, a mix of classics and their own creations, including some served in tiki mugs.


November 14, 2021, 6:30 PM
A normal bar with Tiki decorations playing 90's pop music. The drinks have the Tiki drink name sakes but definitely are not made like they are supposed to. Ordered a Zombie and it tasted nothing like a Zombie. The ice is something out of a hotel ice machine, oof. Maybe it's their take on it but it wasn't good.
Tikigods has visited Tiki No.
May 27, 2019, 4:14 PM
More modern tiki than traditional, but still a nice space. We were put off by TVs in the bar area until we realized they were vintage tube TVs running movies without sound. Very attentive and friendly staff, drinks were good. Tiki-centric music would have made the experience even better.
ackahuna has visited Tiki No.
April 19, 2019, 5:20 PM
Nice bartenders, quality drinks and a decent tiki atmosphere. The layout of the place is definitely a bar more than a tiki escape and despite the excellent work on the thatched huts and the cozy booths that is hard to get away from. There's a 2D superficial quality that just doesn't feel right though I liked the vintage radios in each of the booths. The happy hour deals are pretty great. The music though ruins the experience: seemed more like typical bar music played quite loud. Play some exotica or Hawaiian music and I might feel transported enough to frequent the place.
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