Porco Lounge & Tiki Room

Porco Lounge & Tiki Room opened in 2013, is dedicated to reviving that ersatz Polynesian vibe that was considered exotic and daring in the ’50s. Tiki Lounges disappeared in the ’60s and ’70s (Cleveland’s last tiki lounge, the Kon-Tiki on Public Square, closed in the mid-’70s) but later found favor again with the crowd that embraces rockabilly, swing dancing, and roller derby. A full menu of classic and specialty cocktails, with an emphasis on “tropical,” is the main attraction here, enhanced by décor that pays tribute to the Kon-Tiki.

2527 W. 25th Street




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