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Tiki Iniki Will Move into Illegal Food’s Old Space

Supper Club is bringing tiki to Virginia-Highland

The Illegal Food building Matthew Wong/Eater Atlanta

The Supper Club Restaurant Group is bringing a franchise of guitarist Todd Rundgren’s Tiki Iniki to the space formerly occupied by Illegal Food, What Now Atlanta reports.

Like its other locations, Virginia-Highland’s Tiki Iniki will offer an array of libations including massive tiki drinks, wine, and beer. The food menu sticks to stereotypical tiki fare, which incorporates Polynesian flavors into bar dishes like burgers and flatbread pizza.

Rundgren and his wife, Michele, opened Tiki Iniki’s Princeville, Hawaii, location in 2013. Supper Club’s Bill Chapman is an original Tiki Iniki investor and licensed the concept from Rundgren. Rundgren’s catalog includes 1970s hits like “I Saw the Light” and “Bang the Drum All Day” as well as production work with Hall & Oates and XTC.

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