Trader Vic's

Atlanta, GA
Bar & Restaurant
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Courtland St. NE at Harris St. NE
Atlanta, GA
Opened in 1976
Mon-Sat 5pm-12am
(404) 221-6339

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Trader Vic's



by 87 people



Everyone You
Decor 9.9
Drink Quality 9.4
Drink Selection 9.8
Food Quality 8.8
Food Selection 8.6
Mood 9.6
Music 9
Service 9.3
Tikiness 9.9
Tilt 9.7
Vibe 9.1

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Humuhumu’s description

This Trader Vic's opened in the basement level of the Hilton Hotel in downtown Atlanta in 1976. This is the only one of the Trader Vic's locations in the United States today that has not been updated in a way that removes some of the original charm. There have been ebbs and flows in the quality of the drink offerings over the last decade or so, but its value as a piece of Polynesian Pop history has helped it remain an important attraction.

How to find it

The restaurant is in the lower level of the Atlanta Hilton; in the main elevators, look for the button that says TRADER VIC'S.


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Cheap bastard
Cheap bastard has visited Trader Vic's.
August 27, 2016, 5:08 AM
One of the classics for sure. Certainly top 5 east coast tiki destinations for sure. Classic vibe, very mod feel. Drink menu very extensive. Souvenir mugs are a little pricey but every collector should have at least one. Great location to take a tiki virgin. It's a great restaurant too. Everyone should visit Trader Vic's.
Schwafish has visited Trader Vic's.
June 11, 2016, 8:58 AM
Tvs in the bar:-(
February 1, 2016, 10:54 AM
Trader Vic's Atlanta is a very, very cool place. Not just a tiki bar, or restaurant, it is the culmination of everything tiki is, pulled off with a very high level of sophistication. This is luxurious tiki, with a dark, mysterious vibe. Low lighting, wonderful decor and many different rooms make this a slightly different experience every time you go. The drink menu is legendary and the bar tenders are very good at their craft. Food is prepared in a wood-fired, ceramic oven and is classic polynesian with some new items appearing on a regular basis to change things up a little. This is serious tiki folks and well worth the time and cost.
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