Hear ye hear ye! The Tiki Submarine is now open in San Diego for a limited time, and we know where it set sail. Set your anchor on the Horton Grand Hotel (311 Island Ave – Entrance off of 3rd Ave), and get ready for a decadent soirée!
The Horton Grand Hotel has a rich history, starting with the venue’s establishment in 1886. Its authentic materials evoke nostalgic pieces of time, while its modern feel is incomparable. It’s this marriage of the old and the new that rings perfectly with the Acey Deucey Club’s Submarine Tiki Bar.
The sea-themed bar brings themes of Old Hollywood and the Golden Age to the surface, transporting you into a 1940s submarine. But while the decor screams kitschy underwater scenery, the cocktails you’ll get to indulge in feel completely brand new. Grabbing inspiration from the iconic Tiki bars of the 40s, the Acey Deucey club mixes new flavor profiles with the old for an experience that will blow you out of the water!
So many secrets will need to be uncovered as you dive into the submarine-themed experience. And while you immerse yourself in the mysteries of the deep sea, the jazzy Big Band makes for the best musical accompaniment.
It’s not every day that one gets to vibe out to jazzy melodies at the heart of one of the most legendary hotels in San Diego’s Gaslamp District. The city’s oldest hotel previously hosted famous guests such as Kalakua, King of Hawaii, Benjamin Harrison, but also a handful of Hollywood celebrities like George Raft and Lou Costello. Located in San Diego’s Gaslamp District, it makes for the perfect location for Acey Deucey’s Tiki Submarine Bar — bridging Tiki, submarine, and Old Hollywood themes for an entertaining event.