Hula Tiki Bar’s tropical twist on a rock n roll night is called Black Pineapple: a place to enjoy classic tracks from the likes of ACDC, The Black Keys and Bowie hosted by former Swiss Lips’ member, DJ Nic Kozubik. The obvious accompaniment to head-banging, sing-a-long tunes is rum  – and there’s a special menu on offer made with with dark golden Jamaican Blackwell’s rum – which was created by Island Records founder, Chris Blackwell. Concoctions include the daiquiri-inspired Daq Sabbath, Rums ’n’ Roses with rose liqueur, lychee, lemon and apple juice and the Cairprinha-style Ting and the Police taking in rum, lime, sugar and Ting plus the house Zombie. Cocktails are £6 to members of the public, while those who work in hospitality get two for £10. A fiver also buys a premium rum and a mixer or a beer and a shot. Is Sunday the new Friday? Yes it is.

Sun 26 Mar, Hula Tiki Bar, 11 Stevenson Square, Manchester, M1 1DB. 9pm-late, FREE,

Sun 26 Mar
John Stansfield
Published on:
Fri 24 Mar 2017