Safety Harbor's new beachy sports bar The Tiki Tavern will celebrate grand opening on Jan. 22

Celebrating its grand-opening from January 22- 26.

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Safety Harbor welcomes its newest sports bar The Tiki Tavern with a weekend-long grand-opening celebration filled with live music, charity fundraisers and giveaways from January 22- 26.  

You can enjoy its American comfort food-driven menu and variety of craft cocktails in its welcoming, beachy atmosphere and outdoor patio seating. Don’t let its tropical decor fool you—The Tiki Tavern is still a diehard sports bar at heart, with several HD TV screens for viewing any game you desire.

There are a few signature items on Tiki Tavern’s menu like the Hattrick Trip Dip with artichoke, spinach, smoked Gouda beer cheese and buffalo chicken, that stand out from the expected bar food fare of burgers, salads, and sandwiches. 

Acoustic rock singer-songwriters and ukulele acts like Mike Cee, Chris Stone, Tampa Ukulele, and High Five Reggae are some of the performers playing Tiki Tavern’s grand-opening celebration in a few weeks. 

Tiki Tavern is located at 201 Main St., Suite 101 in Safety Harbor, and is open 11 a.m.- 11 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to midnight on Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. 

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