It's crazy no bar or restaurant in Toronto has come up with this innovative tiki cocktail idea yet... because it's just so darn adorable! The folks over at Miss Thing's has created a fun and tropical Hawaiian atmosphere for all you Queen West lovers, serving Polynesian dishes and tiki cocktails.

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Miss Thing's is a tropical, retro-style Hawaiian restaurant and cocktail bar located in the trendy West Queen West neighbourhood in Toronto. Classic yet contemporary Hawaiian and pan-Asian dishes are on their menu, alongside an extremely playful cocktail list. 

Check out this adorable coconut cocktail: 

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Now take a look at this GIANT watermelon cocktail: 

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Yes... that is a whole watermelon. The bar over at this snazzy Hawaiian joint serves jumbo cocktails inside whole watermelons and coconuts. Some of their cocktails even have bananas carefully cut into the shape of dolphins and other adorable cocktail goblets. 

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Instead of paying $20 for an elaborate and large cocktail, their island-twist drinks are reasonably priced, with the most expensive drink costing $13.

Miss Thing's golden pineapple logo is an international token of hospitality, and it also serves as the foundation of the restobar's ideals: to bestow guests with an urban tropical island escape, and allowing them to indulge and have a great night with your friends.

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Aside from a very creative cocktail menu, their food doesn't disappoint either. Their dishes are flavourful and colourful, like their Pineapple Fried Rice paired with delicious Pork Belly or Jackfruit or both. 

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Miss Thing's also serve other loveable Hawaiian foods like Poké Bowls, Miso Mussels, Mochi Fried Chicken, Pineapple Kimchi, Chicken Yakitori and Maui Kalbi Ribs (drool). They also offer a variety of hot soup Asian-style noodles, like their Katsu Saimin Noodle, which is Hawaiian-style Chicken or Seitan Katsu Pork paired with Saimin noodles in a Japanese curry broth, garnished with a perfectly boiled egg. Delicious! 

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This restobar's interior design is simply unforgettable. The designers at Solid Design Build (creators of Baro and Escobar) draws from traditional Hawaiian and American tiki culture, giving guests a retro feel with vibrant accents and a modern perspective. The interior designers have cleverly avoided tiki bar clichés, and has transformed the former bar into a cool and sophisticated spot, adorned with hand-painted pink and gold florals against deep blue walls.

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Miss Thing's also has a private event venue they call the Coconut Room, which is available for public or private celebrations, hosting up to 275 guests. Yes, TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE GUESTS (now that's a party). The event space features a high-grade sound system and full stock of audio and visual equipment for all your wildest party's needs. Sounds like a good time!

They are located at 1279 Queen St W. in Toronto, and are open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 5pm until 2am. 

For more info and details, please visit their website.

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