June 23, 2017 @ 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
1430 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005

Aloha, Washington! Radiator is bringing Hawaiian flavor to D.C.’s 14th Street Corridor on Friday, June 23. Aromas of roasted pig in the summer air will direct tiki-lovers to Radiator’s patio for a luau party complete with hula and fire dancing.

For a $50 all-inclusive ticket, on the first official Friday night of summer, Washingtonians can embrace “island time” al fresco with a full tropical spread of Hawaiian classics and frozen tiki favorites. Tommy Bahama shirts, puka shell necklaces, Moana costumes, and comfortable sandals are welcome and strongly encouraged for “hanging ten” in style. Executive Chef Jonathan Dearden will be on the patio firing up his La Caja China with whole roasted pigs. Lead Bartender and native Hawaiian, Sarah Rosner, will be pouring piña coladas and frozen “Eddie Would Go” cocktails with Okolehao (a Hawaiian ti root spirit).

The luau party will be from 5:00-9:00 p.m. Professional Polynesian dancers will be performing hula and fire dancing throughout the evening, with a special dance lesson at 7:00 p.m. for ticket holders.

Tickets are $50, include all food and drink, and can be purchased at this Eventbrite link.

Radiator’s Rotating Rooftop Pop-Up

Shhh…it’s a little D.C. secret that the Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel has a rooftop. This spring and summer, the Radiator team is popping up on the Mason & Rook rooftop with a different monthly theme. April’s “Cocktail” theme was an ode to the 1988 movie, and May’s “Radiator on the Green” theme was a cheeky take on a rooftop country club. Keeping with the luau love, June will be the month of all things Hawaii. The tiki-themed pop-up begins at 5:00 p.m. every day from June 1-30, 2017.


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