You love a good tiki bar.
The kitschy-in-just-the-right-way glassware. The flaming drinks. The plane fuselage.
Yes, the plane fuselage.
Pay heed all who enter Last Rites, a new tiki bar from the Horsefeather team that's now open in Duboce Triangle looking like this.
Swing by tonight with some fellow intrepid explorers. It's in the former Residence space, but you'll immediately notice a marked difference, beginning with the foliage.
It will soon become very clear that you've stepped into a different world resembling that of a dark jungle. A dark jungle with, yes, a plane fuselage that doubles as a bar, complete with stools made from plane seats. Dismissing your instinct to check for smoke monsters, you'll instead look over the extensive cocktail list.
Try the eponymous (and overproof) Last Rites with three rums, passion fruit syrup and blackstrap molasses syrup. Or if you've come with a group, consider a punch bowl like the Marine Layer with white rum, gin, pear eau de vie, sherry, cashew orgeat and egg white.
But eventually, you'll want to retire to a table next to a giant stone skull. It'll be the table next to a giant stone skull. And if you're looking for even more exploration, they've got over 150 rums to try.
By far the best airplane experience you've had.