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The Shaka Bar is located on Little Sabine Bay on Pensacola Beach. This local bar is the best little Tiki bar on Pensacola beach. Nothing fancy just cheap drinks, cool peeps and awesome sunsets. Come by and grab a cold one, play some cornhole and...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
649B Pensacola Beach Blvd, Pensacola Beach, FL 32561-2027
I have been to every bar on the beach and while each one has their own pros and cons, this one is by far my favorite! Staff is great, prices are spot on point and the views are to die for! Highly recommend stopping by!
You have to know it's here - but what a neat little spot for a drink! First off - it's kind of hidden behind Aloha Liquors - and it's a small little spot but it's Big fun. Just a place to unwind, talk to the...More
Lopaka (LP) owner Aloha bar is the "Best"! His "Shaka bar" is right behind the liquor store. A quaint little bar with so much charm! Echo the bartender makes the drinks personally! No mixes! We are locals and it's our favorite.
Went sailing with "Captain...More
One of the best little watering holes on Pensacola Beach. Get the LK and hang with the locals.Seems to always be just the right amount of island folks. Wet bathing suit? No Shirt? No Shoes? No Problem! (yes, just like the song) Not too many...More
First this bar has zero to do with the Sandshaker. Owned by a couple of local Hawaiian surfers, Shaka means Hang Loose. It's a tiny Tiki bar offering outstanding views and great drinks, where the 'real' locals hang, not the tourist trap! The "Shaker" is...More
This place has an awesome atmosphere, down to Earth and makes it a priority to serve you exactly what you like! Love the Staff and the crowd, as well as the view of the bay...a must stop, well worth it.
No food, no bands, just an awesome little tiki bar hidden away. The staff is knowledgeable about the area and has local advice for tourists in addition to making a great margarita. And the view can't be beat!
First, the name was obviously chosen based on the popularity of the Sandshaker, which is known by regulars as the Shaker. This place has nothing going for it. About 100 feet away you will find the Shaker which draws big crowds and great bands. The...More