Super Power is a feel-good tiki bar in Crown Heights. With all the rum and tropical vibes, it’s tough not to have a good time here. Stop by and get a cocktail in a coconut or a fish bowl. On weekends, you’ll find a big crowd here, and on weekdays it’s the perfect place to have a frozen drink and stare at some wallpaper with palm-fronds on it while you picture yourself on an island other than the one you’re currently one.
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