A Forkable Fiafia Post-War Polynesian Supper Club.
Polynesian restaurants in Mid-century America were a swanky, exotic treat. Few people had sampled island cuisine before these restaurants opened, but the lure of tropical lands earned Trader Vic and Don the Beachcomber legendary status in our cultural menu.
Taking advantage of midsummer's sultry, island weather, our next dinner event will be a time machine re-imagining of American Polynesian food as haute cuisine. While 1940's Tiki restaurants were famous for wild approximations, our menu will fuse traditional Polynesian recipes with contemporary style, combining the best ingredients, flavors and smells to bring you an alternate edible history.
Chicago, IL 60622
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|