The Tiki Bar & Grill
TIKI BAR & GRILL
The Tiki Bar & Grill has been serving visitors and locals here in the greater Minneola area since 1995. Our restaurant is located just on the edge of beautiful Lake Minneola. The food is always fresh and delicious and the atmosphere is the best around. Our burgers have won multiple awards and our golden Tiki Tots are a crowd favorite for sure. The Tiki also features a wide selection of ice cold beers, wine coolers, seltzers and wine by the glass. We open daily for lunch at 11:30 am. Join us for dinner when you're sure to see the most amazing sunsets in Lake County.
You can view our menu below.
We look forward to serving you soon!
Proudly featured in Lake & Sumter Style's "City Series".
"It may not be Bora Bora — heck, it is not even Mount Dora Dora — but thanks to a South Pacific theme and a wonderful location, the Tiki Bar & Grill at Lake Minneola Inn is one of the most popular watering holes in South Lake County.
Bordered between majestic oaks and sprawling Lake Minneola, the Tiki Bar & Grill is one of those places you have to know about to discover. When you arrive and settle in, you will find a cross-section of patrons — bikers, seniors, college students, and couples — sitting at the bar or at tables beneath umbrellas. And each evening when the sun goes down and the tiki torches light up, it’s possible even folks living in Tahiti would be impressed.
In Minneola, the outdoors are enchanting and where most people want to be. To accommodate those desires, more than 30 miles of continuous walking, running, skating, and biking trails have been created with the merging of the South Lake Trail, the Lake Minneola Scenic Trail, and the West Orange Trail. The trailhead, located on the east side of U.S. Highway 27, offers ball fields, a basketball court, a playground, and picnic areas, and it’s where you can embark on a tour that, with enough stamina, will take you to Clermont, Oakland, Winter Garden, Ocoee, and Apopka, providing views of hills, lakes, and wonderful vistas along the way."