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Tiki Ti ~ Silverlake

10:20 AM PDT on June 27, 2006

Tiki Ti Side

Tiki Ti ~ 4427 W Sunset Blvd ~ Los Angeles, CA 90027

Bold statements on websites are inevitably debunked by commenters, but I'll put in my two cents and say the Tiki Ti is Los Angeles' best after-work bar. Yes, a drink will set you back $10 or so, but two large sips from the straw will result in all of the day's problems melting away. A $10 drink at the Tiki Ti is worth 3 $5 drinks anywhere else, so you actually come out ahead even after tipping your owner/operator bartender. As you puff on your (legal here) cigarette, you can ponder the futility and inferiority of drinking anywhere other then this family-owned living legend on Sunset.

Tiki Ti Door
Tiki Ti Front
Tiki Ti Interior
Tiki Ti Other Side
Tiki Ti Menu
Tiki Ti Rum

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