A place to unwind.
 

 

We are a tropically inspired lounge located in the heart of the Marina district.  Featuring jungle print wallpaper from Flavor Paper, hand built swings and swing chairs, a spray painted surf mural by local artist Camer1, a hand sanded 14 foot natural edge walnut slab communal table, and a bar and back bar refaced with special order Shou Sugi Ban Cypress from Delta Millworks in Austin, Texas, where each piece of wood was specifically milled, burned and then painted by hand for the project.  With infusion cocktails, punch bowls, slushies and if you dare, "The Kong", we are sure there is something for everyone. We welcome birthday parties, corporate functions, fundraisers and any type of get together where you want a break from reality to enjoy each others company.  

 
 Here is what San Francisco Magazine had to say in their Best of 2018 issue:    Tiki Bar: Del Mar   2125 Lombard St., 415-345-8663  The keepers of this recently launched Marina district hangout are clear in their messaging: Del Mar is a tropical bar, not a tiki. To which we say: So what’s a $300 punch bowl doing on the menu? Semantics aside, Del Mar has much going for it that our other tiki establishments might take note of: a drink menu that won’t immediately give you a cavity, a bit of natural light ( shock  ! ), a retro-mod-kitsch vibe that’s strong but not obnoxious, and…swing chairs! Del Mar may not be a tiki in the truest sense of the term, but it’s the kind of place we’d like to see more of. 

Here is what San Francisco Magazine had to say in their Best of 2018 issue: 

Tiki Bar: Del Mar
2125 Lombard St., 415-345-8663
The keepers of this recently launched Marina district hangout are clear in their messaging: Del Mar is a tropical bar, not a tiki. To which we say: So what’s a $300 punch bowl doing on the menu? Semantics aside, Del Mar has much going for it that our other tiki establishments might take note of: a drink menu that won’t immediately give you a cavity, a bit of natural light (shock!), a retro-mod-kitsch vibe that’s strong but not obnoxious, and…swing chairs! Del Mar may not be a tiki in the truest sense of the term, but it’s the kind of place we’d like to see more of.