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If you like tiki bars, have I got a tiki bar for you.
The Bamboo Hut, at 600ish Broadway in SF, is how a tiki bar happens when it's opened in 1998.
And the happy hour is 3 hours long.
And the drinks are potent.

Nummy goodness.
  • ugali will be there with bells on!
  • I think that's the place that always does the fabulous tiki bar float in Bay To Breakers.

  • Wow, it's not all the way over in Alameda? Cool! feyandstrange and I might actually be able to get there some day...
  • If you ever want a tag along...... ;-)

    P.S. When we said good-bye at Julies's, a hottie thought you were very handsome!!!
    • ...That's very flattering! Who was this?
      • Some hot stranger standing next to me. I think he was wearing black. ;-)
        • This is not a useful reduction of field.
          • He had adorable face scruff and some piercings. Help?
            Next time I'll get a name and # for ya. OK??

            • Here's a start:
              -taller or shorter than Colubra?
              -hair color?
              -slender or stocky build?
              -persons he seemed to call company (and any personal data on them)?

              Really, its been long enough since anyone's expressed interest to my face that I WELCOME such forthright expressions.

              If I need to say for the new year's invite 'PLZ COME IF YOU ARE X TALL AND AUBURNHAIRED'?
              I will do so.
    • Isn't the proper term "Ginger" these days? :)
      • Naw, a ginger's as redheaded as the Weasley twins in the movies, for reference's sake.
    • bah, some people do express interest. ;)

      also, wtf is a tiki bar?
  • That's the semi-official bar of my department!
    • In which I sat and drank too much yesterday, and reminded myself that I need to work on becoming part of your department.
      Go fig!
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