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Lei Day at Tiki No on May 1, Cinco de Mayo at Dia de Campo

And extended happy hour at The Roost at LA Farm.

Tiki No
Tiki No
Elizabeth Daniels

NORTH HOLLYWOOD— Tiki No is celebrating Lei Day, a Hawaiian holiday that falls on May 1, with complimentary leis and $6 all-night tiki drinks. Sip on a boozy Hawaiian Punch with vodka, rum, Blue Curacao, pineapple, and lemon, or a Chief Lapu Lapu with dark and silver rum, and orange and passion fruit juice, and get your Hula on.

HERMOSA BEACH— Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner, and those who want to celebrate the drunkest holiday of the year can do so at Dia de Campo. Starting at 3 p.m., the Hermosa Beach eatery will offer complimentary Casamigos tequila tastings (until 4:30 p.m.), live music, and $1 dish specials like build-your-own tacos, street corn, and oysters.

SANTA MONICA— The Roost at LA Farm has extended its happy hour offerings from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. with $5 house wine and draft beers and $2 off all cocktails and bar food, including foie and Pineau ($14 for torchon of foie with a glass of Pineau des Charentes Blanc), crispy oysters, and smoked turkey legs.

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