We tend to frequent this spot on birthdays and team get togethers. Great drinks and atmosphere and oh, an amazing dance floor!
It's not PKNY. Much more of a tourist/bridge and tunnel crowd.
I think of this as my in-between tiki bar... not too fancy but way tamer than Painkiller. Lots of seating and tons of drink options...
Diplomático Rum is one of the sponsor for the patriotic festivities!. From 6 to 8pm there will two half priced drinks for Happy Hour. Come down to Lani Kai for all things red, white and rummy
Tiki Bar. Drinks were overpriced and service was slow.
According to GOOP: a Hawaiian tiki bar in the middle of soho.
Very unfortunate experience. Manager made me cry on my birthday. I was very much fan but I won't be back.
Expensive ass drinks 8 dolllars for beer
Try the Something Powerful. Dangerous Even.
The new york sour is on point!
on my list- tiki themed
Small dishes: fantastic upscale loco moco. Large: Short rib is amazing with purple (?) rice. Cocktail: The Black Pearl - not on the menu but faaaaantastic. You'll wonder where all the rum's gone.
Tiki Mondays: Brian Miller plus a rotating cast of bartenders featuring a brand of rum for the drinks from 6-8 in the downstairs bar. Otherwise, grab a table & enjoy the Hawaiian inspired drinks.
Loungy tiki bar. Go downstairs sit by the fire. The la Rosa is meh.
They play Flo + Machines so I love them
Try the Old Wench. Just like am Old Fashioned. Ask the bartender to make a Dark & Stormy. Perfect amount of ginger.
awesome place for a boozy brunch, potato cakes are a-must!
Okonomiyaki! The craziest app you will ever order, in a good way.
Lest ye not forget that BRUNCH is one of Soho's best kept secrets!!!
Monday night Tiki party with Brian Miller (Death & Co.) and random special guest. Check FB to see if there are any drink specials.
We love Mathias the bartender!
Jared is an awesome bartender/mixologist ... Whatever you want to call him ... Jared= awesome drinks period .
Well made drinks here. Don't know what to get? Start with a Mai Tai and work your way up. Friend Snooty Waiter on Facebook for NYC dining info.
Hidden jewel in the corner of Soho. Queens Park Swizzle (yes, swizzle) is The One to love!
Beware; you are entering a sort of oasis for the senses that will leave you beyond satisfied. Hint; try the Sunday brunch !
Try the Leilani's Fizz with gin, lychee, lime, lemongrass syrup. Or the Tia Mia, a mezcal take on the Mai Tai, with mezcal, Jamaican rum, orgeat, orange liqueur, and lime.
Stop here for tropical drinks that are delicious and dangerous.
Go for brunch and get the bacon tasting and the lobster benedict. You won't regret it. Traif-tastic!
The cocktail menu is spectacular and I ordered the gourmet SPAM (yes, SPAM, and it's house-made) sandwich w/ gruyere cheese sandwich on sourdough bread w/ creamy mustard sauce. DELICIOUS.
Ryan is amazing. All his favorites just became mine! Steak Frites and an Orange Whip PLEASE!
Sit downstairs, there's sunlight coming in and a fire place.
Try the mojito for an experience that makes you forget you are actually in NYC. Added bonus: the downstairs area is great for a birthday!
Good on a quiet night, but they have no idea how to handle a crowd.
Isle of islay swizzle is a tasty Scotch drink with a nice coconut finish
Try the alcohol.
Tuna poke and the 8 days a week. Or say hi to Tonia, Natalie & Debbie (bartenders), and do bar choice. Also: dope matchbooks. For reals.
Go for the tuna poke
The ribs are great
The crab wontons, ribs, and lobster roll were great. Knickerbocker royal was delicious, but the last luau was too strongly flavored with clove for my taste.
The tuna poke and duck potstickers are outstanding.
The donuts are amazing! And yh drinks are even better.. Fun, cozy place
Most of the cocktail list is available during brunch and each drink costs only $9 instead of $13.
Try the bacon tasting, one of their Bloody Marys, and the pork and grits for brunch.