“Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki” – the book – featured on “Inside the Desert Oasis Room” podcast with Martin Cate and Martin S. Lindsay.
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New backer reward, a limited edition collector’s poster available for $40, or together with the book Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki for $75.
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Local San Diego tiki author Martin S. Lindsay shakes it up at The Headhunter, with Miss Tiki Oasis 2017, Di’ Lovely.
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A 1957 photo showing Bradley’s 5 & 10 in Horton Plaza, San Diego. They served 150 brands of imported rum and many exotic tiki cocktails in their day…
25 | Behind the Scenes: Sanborn Fire Maps How do you check up on old addresses and buildings when researching? Cross-referencing newspaper articles and city directory listings with Sanborn […]
The Island Cafe was Coronado’s first pre-tiki, Hawaiian-themed restaurant and bar, operarted by John Douglas Jacks and family.
The Tropic Cafe (1935-1946), San Diego’s first pre-tiki nightclub, was helmed by ‘Skipper’ John Ewing, and served its large transient military population.