Tiki Bar open Friday and
Saturday Nights seasonally.
Enjoy Tiki Cocktails at the main bar
⇑ Learn how to make two of our Tiki drinks, courtesy of Hey Rhody ⇑
Providence is decidedly not the tropics, but the most exciting cocktail innovations right now are coming out of the South Pacific – or, at least, our New England interpretation of what islanders drink. From retro classics served in ceramic coconut shells to new versions of favorite flavors, tiki drinks are all the rage in PVD right now.
Inside, Ogie’s Trailer Park is retro-chic, with huge chandeliers, kitschy art and a cocktail menu full of long lost classics like the Seelbach, made with bourbon and champagne, and the bright green Grasshopper, with crème de menthe. On the patio, though, is the tiki bar, with a separate menu that takes the retro factor up yet another notch, with oldies but goodies like the Blue Hawaiian, made with rum, vodka, blue curacao and sour mix, served in a tiki head, or an unfrozen Piña Colada in a coconut-shaped glass with – what else? – a paper umbrella. The off-the-menu Scorpion Bowls are a must-try if you’re in the mood to share.