The Zombie Shack is Manchester's newest, boldest, most brazen tiki cocktail bar! You'll find us located just off Oxford Road. Nestled between the chuntering train tracks of Oxford Road Train Station above and the well loved Mancunian watering hole, The Thirsty Scholar. Hidden atop a bamboo staircase adorned with totems and tiki torches.
Welcome to The Tiki Bar and Kitsch Inn, Glasgow, website. An exotic island haven in the city centre of Glasgow. In the basement Tiki Bar, discover an oasis of escapism, grab a peacock chair and enjoy a tropical cocktail served in an authentic ceramic Tiki Mug. Pop upstairs and lounge in the Kitsch Inn for an Atomic, Eames-era extravaganza.
By the time Tiki Culture hit its stride, the Zombie, with all its evil, no-more-than-two-to-a-customer charm, was ubiquitous. Put the spirits to work for you with a killer-diller 15-ounce authentic Zombie glass, inspired by the powerful tropical rum libation at Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's. Set the tone for your own Tiki Party and experience the mystery and intrigue of a Zombie.Read More
How to Make a Zombie. Until the Mai Tai came along, the Zombie was the world’s most famous faux-tropical drink. It kick-started the whole Tiki craze, and put Don The Beachcomber’s on the map. Donn Beach kept his original 1934 recipe a closely guarded secret — to the point of encoding it. The code numbers corresponded to numbers on bottles in his bar, which had no other identification.Read More
Once over the obligatory bridge and inside, the cavernous space is a forest of bamboo with the Polynesian, tropical and nautical flamboyance you'd expect of any self-respecting out-and-out Tiki bar. The cocktail menu (initially borrowed from the Kitch Inn) features mainstay Tiki classics such as the Mai Tai, Zombie and Navy Grog, along with signature concoctions such as the Glasvegas Kiss.Read More
New Wakefield Street just off Oxford Road is the latest part of town to be fall victim to the Zombie invasion, with this rum soaked tiki shack setting up home in what was formerly The Attic, above The Thirsty Scholar. Serving up an exotic blend of rum based cocktails in a Polynesian themed paradise, this colourful tiki cocktail bar has everything you'll need for a fun night out in Manchester.Read More
High quality Tiki Bar gifts and merchandise. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours.Read More
The team that brought us Pagan Idol was inspired to create another tiki bar - one that would pay honor and homage to the late, great Skipper Kent and his dream of a place where his guest would enjoy wonderful drinks and receive extraordinary island hospitality. In 2019, The Zombie Village opened in San Francisco's Tenderloin District shocking those who couldn't believe that the Bay Area would.Read More
The early history of tiki is remarkably straightforward. Simply put, all roads lead to Donn Beach. That’s in part because tiki, even during the Golden Age of Polynesian pop, experienced a disproportionate number of innovators to imitators; many bars were quick to riff on Beachcomber originals—the Zombie, the Shark’s Tooth—leaving few that were truly creative in their own right.Read More
Welcome to Tiki Hideaway Bar on Call Lane Leeds. A 1950’s inspired tropical bar and the ultimate destination for the cocktail lovers in Yorkshire.Read More
Set includes four 13.0-ounce Tiki Kahiko Zombie Tumbler Glasses (2.5-inch diameter by 7-inch height) that make a stylish summer-themed addition to any home bar.If you’ve ever sipped from a glass, odds are you’ve already met. We rank as the top glassware manufacturer in the Americas and one of the largest tableware suppliers in the world. As the runaway leader, we are setting new standards.Read More
The Holy Trinity of Tiki. Now the Mai Tai may well be the clean cut, minimalist rum-bassador of Polynesian Pop and the Navy Grog with its bad-boy manly charm was most definitely the drink that catalyzed Tiki’s revival. But the Zombie, in its infamy, with its layers of mystique, danger and South Sea escapism, not only epitomises the essence of Tiki, but it’s the drink that put it on the map.Read More