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Flanders, NJ
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reviews: 21
Smallest bar.

So, is the Smallest bar the place to get a drink in a pineapple or do several places do that? Also, what do they put in the drink, can you choose or is it a standard order?

Naperville, Illinois
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You can get a pineapple (or coconut) drink at the Smallest Bar, they probably aren't the only place, but they are good. I think the presentation is half the fun, he uses a machete to carve the pineapple/coconut. If I remember correctly, its a mix of several rums, quite yummy!

New Jersey
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2. Re: Smallest bar.

You can get a drink in a monkey's head just down the street at the sunset pier. Weird.


Miami, Florida
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3. Re: Smallest bar.

Smallest bar is where I always go to get a tasty pina colada served in a pineapple!

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4. Re: Smallest bar.

The Smallest Bar rocks!! Drink in a pineapple , not my thing but shhhhh when my wife orders one (and you only need one) I steal a couple of sips (lol gulps)!!

New Jersey
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5. Re: Smallest bar.

Don't blink or you'll walk by and miss it...



Chester County, PA
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6. Re: Smallest bar.

We prefer the coconut, but never had the pineapple.

They chop open the coconut with a machete and drain the water into a shaker with ice. They add spiced rum, coconut rum and silver rum to the coconut. Next, the chilled coconut water is added back in and then a few lime wedges are squeezed into the mix. Add umbrella and straw and enjoy.

This is our traditional "first drink of the day on our last day on the island".

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