Tiki Party!

August 18:
Tabu Tiki Nights II at Trader Vic’s, Chicago!
In celebration of the 70th anniversary of Trader Vic’s and the 60th
anniversary of the invention of Trader Vic’s signature drink – the
Mai Tai – Trader Vic’s and Tiki Road Trip author James Teitelbaum
have teamed up to bring you a monthly celebration featuring exotic
drinks, Polynesian performance, sumptuous delicacies and mysterious
This month:
Hula dancers from Barefoot Hawaiian.
Lei making by Gwen from Barefoot Hawaiian.
Free door prizes courtesy of Surrey Books: new books from the artist Shag!
Pop art Tiki prints on display from Chicago artist Esqui.
JT’s Kon-Tiki Sound System (spinning vintage Exotica and Hawaiian music).
Tiki carvings by Dave at Lake Tiki.
Ukulele sing-along with uke players from the Old Town School of Folk Music.
1/2 price Zombies.
The legendary Singapore Symphony drink: served in a pineapple shell
and only be available at the monthly Tabu Tiki event.
Free appetizers.
Tabu Tiki Nights will be held the third Wednesday of every month (the
further dates planned are: September 15, October 20, November 17).
The island madness begins at 7:00 and lasts until 11:00.
No cover!
Updated live entertainment schedules and further information can be
found on Trader Vic’s web site
and the venerable Tiki Bar Review Pages site
Trader Vic’s is located in the lower level of the Palmer House Hilton
at 17 E. Monroe, Chicago, IL, 60603. (312) 917-7317

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