Venue Info

It can be difficult to sustain a Tiki-themed establishment for very long, but this mom-and-pop “hut” has been around for over 30 years. With a giant Easter Island Tiki head at its core, storefront windows, and doors covered entirely by bamboo, hanging decor like lobsters, “Tiki god” masks, woven fish traps, and large murals dedicated to the motif, the restaurant/bar caters to the dine-in and take-out crowd boasting the “best egg rolls” in town. And the piña colada might just have the creamiest coconut and rum blend you’ve ever tasted.

Chicago

Tong's Tiki Hut

NICOLE BRUCE

It can be difficult to sustain a Tiki-themed establishment for very long, but this mom-and-pop “hut” has been around for over 30 years. With a giant Easter Island Tiki head at its core, storefront windows, and doors covered entirely by bamboo, hanging decor like lobsters, “Tiki god” masks, woven fish traps, and large murals dedicated to the motif, the restaurant/bar caters to the dine-in and take-out crowd boasting the “best egg rolls” in town. And the piña colada might just have the creamiest coconut and rum blend you’ve ever tasted.