2370 E. Norris St.
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Cedar Point Bar and Kitchen has an outdoor deck, in addition to its restaurant and bar seating. While the bar sports rotating selections of tap beers and has a generous wine menu, it has quickly become known for its cocktails too. Staff mixologists are not afraid to concoct new variations on tropical drinks, and all of the drinks are made with fresh fruit juices. Plus, the dining and bar menus include “retro-American” classics.
306 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Fork, known as a pioneer in the farm-to-table movement, has been serving the Philadelphia area for more than 15 years. Open seven days a week, the bistro-style restaurant serves tasty, artistically presented fare. In addition to wines and beers, its fruity cocktails include a martini bianco mixed with club soda, lillet white and peach bitters, and citrus cocktails such as a tequila-based drink with lime, grapefruit bitters, cointreau, agave and green tea.
121 S. 17th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Featuring modern American cuisine, Square 1682 is known for its fare created by Chef Caitlin Mateo. But master mixologist Jacques Bezuidenhout, along with other bar staff, takes special care with all the drink offerings from wine and beer to original cocktails. Some of the tropical drinks available are the delores del ruby, made with rum, rosewater, raspberry, lemon and peach shrub; the pink flamingos punch, containing two rum varieties, pineapple, lime, elmakule tiki bitters, leaf vanilla tea and coconut sugar; and mama’s squeeze box, mixing Tanqueray gin, dry curacao, Moroccan bitters, coconut sugar, lime and sweet vermouth.
2375 Sicklerville Road
Sickerlerville, NJ 08081
A favorite tiki bar , Villari’s Lakeside features a thatched-roof hut encircled by seats. Live music is scheduled five days per week. Beers, wines and cocktails are reasonably priced. Founded in 1985, the restaurant is a favorite for wedding parties and other keystone functions. In 1995, the tiki bar was added to the establishment’s amenities. Featuring classic tiki drinks, such as the hurricane, mojito and tiki bay sangria, it also offers martinis, tequila drinks and margaritas.
1033 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123
A large mural graces the exterior wall overlooking the patio of the Llama Tooth. The restaurant also features a colorful tiki bar. With a drink menu that includes craft beers and wines, it also offers a varied selection of tropical drinks. A year-round favorite is a red or white sangria-based fruit drink. Mimosas are joined by the house margarita, the llamarita, and a fresh fruit cocktail known as the painkiller, to name a few of the tropical drinks available.