“I arrived to the restaurant without having any idea what to expect other than the address, and the certainty that if my friend Michael choose it, was going to be quiet a ride like always. So I went along with my eyes closed. Although the main entrance, got me lost for a while, once I entered into the main room, I immediately got the vibe and the atmosphere, and as soon as they sat us and brought one of their signature drinks, the #77 Coconut with spiced Rum, coconut, cardamom and passion fruit, I asked the waiter…. is this a Hawaiian Restaurant?… ha ha ha he looked at me perplex without need of the obvious reply… YES.
Defined as Inauthentic Polynesian, at a new interpretation of an urban Tiki Bar and Restaurant, the tradition of The Hurricane Club, began in 1873 on the Island of Lokoko on the South Pacific Seas. A yearly New York feast in commemoration of the life spare, of Captain Drake and First Mate Delilah, by the King and Queen of Lokoko. Located on Park Avenue and 26th Street, offers Dim Sum Lunches and full menu Dinners.”
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