A Polynesian Tiki Party at Trader Vic’s
Grab your pals and take a throwback journey to the 1960’s, as you enjoy a fun Saturday night tiki party complete with exotic Polynesian-inspired food and cocktails made famous at the world-renowned Trader Vic’s.
Popular CCKC cooking instructor, Bruce Campbell (aka the Food and Beverage Guy), is the perfect host for our evening of Polynesian merriment… mixing up classic island-inspired cocktails, food and tons of fun.
Tonight, Bruce will start off by teaching one of the most legendary rum concoctions in the world… the Mai Tai, a classic Trader Vic’s cocktail. We’ll also experience the Zombie, the infamous cocktail with a smooth, fruity taste (so named for its perceived effects upon the drinker!) and the Scorpion, a kick-butt island-y treat which tastes great and packs a punch! Mixologist Bruce will teach variations including frozen and virgin versions of these Pacific classics.
Our delicious Polynesian dinner menu includes with an assortment of hearty island-inspired small plates and appetizers and, of course, desserts… served with Bruce’s favorite Kona Café!
Don’t miss out on this great evening of Polynesian fun – Kansas City-style! Wear your favorite flowered shirt, if you dare!
Demonstration Class | Dinner & Cocktail Tasting
Sat 5/22/21 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, each evening class fee includes one glass of beer/wine with additional beverages available at a nominal cost.
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