Friday, October 30, 2015

Check Out Carrot Top's Shrunken Head At The Golden Tiki

Carrot Top meets his shrunken head at The Golden Tiki 

The Golden Tiki's Branden Power and Carrot Top 

Kicking off Halloween weekend in Las Vegas, comedian Carrot Top unveiled his own shrunken head this evening at The Golden Tiki. Managing Partner Branden Powers was on hand to present the honor to the headlining Strip performer.

"This is amazing," said Carrot Top. "Now I always have a friend to drink with at The Golden Tiki!"

Said Powers, "We just thought, what better way to salute one of our favorite performers than by preserving him forever in our Headhunter Village."

Carrot Top loved the likeness so much, he posed with it for several minutes, before requesting that Powers have a duplicate made for his showroom at the Luxor Hotel & Casino. The head was crafted over a four week process by artists commissioned by the Golden Tiki, and is expected to be the first in a series of celebrity shrunken heads on display at Vegas' iconic new Tiki revival bar.

Located in Chinatown, Las Vegas, The Golden Tiki is a journey to a wondrous land where boundaries are only limited to one's imagination. The vision of hospitality veteran Branden Powers, in collaboration with Seth Schorr, Jeff Fine and Joe Cain, The Golden Tiki has spared no expense in recreating the classic mid-century tiki bar, reminiscent of Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's storied establishments. The cocktail menu features nostalgic classics and new creations, as well as a traditional Martinique ti service and a special treasure chest VIP experience. Collaborating with renowned artists including Tiki Bosko, Billy the Crud, Bill Collins and Oceanic Arts, the one-of-a-kind decor also boasts an animatronic skeleton of the mythical privateer and legend behind The Golden Tiki, William Tobias Faulkner.

Open 24 hours a day, The Golden Tiki offers a multitude of experiences and can host private parties up to 145 people. For more information, visit or call 702.222.3196. Like us at

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