Hula Hula used to be in Queen Anne, but has since closed and relocated to Capitol Hill. This place can get wild. The tiki drinks are delicious (we love the alcoholic berry slushies) and there are some booths you can hang out in if you don’t feel like standing. Karaoke nights here are the best - especially if the guy who always sings Frank Sinatra songs in a suit is also there.
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