Like a cruise ship, but without the, um, ship, The Love Boat is a booze 'n bites popup from the dude behind Tango & Stache and the two bartenders from Big, now docking in the same port (Muka) every Monday, so it's easy to find.
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The guys transform the Muka interior, with seafaring bar adds, plus stuff like sailor caps and leis for the staff.
Though the name was originally started kind of as a joke, they've embraced its nature and are actually steering this cruise ship around the proverbial drinking globe (Hawaii, Manila, etc.), so you'll never have to taste the same theme twice.
T&S eats'll be on-theme, too, with stuff like this traditional Hawaiian kalua pork taco that's been mesquite-roasted in a banana leaf and served with a fried egg over bacon fat masa cakes... ohmygod.
And since they're from the Big guys, the drinks'll turn you into Tom Hanks!!! always be a delicious version of something you already like to drink, such as this not-actually-super-sweet tropical combo of Appleton Rum 12yr, Czech Fernet, and Swedish punsch.
This pineapple, banana, and rum concoction is like what a daiquiri wishes it could be: topped with bananas toasted with a blowtorch.
And because tiki drinks just aren't fun without fire, they'll do this mango, kiwi, rum, and Meletti (an Italian aniseed liquor) topped with a flaming kiwi filled with overproof rum. All the more reason to love this boat ride.