||Tacoma Cabana, Tacoma, WA (restaurant)
Joined: Aug 07, 2012
|Posted: 2012-09-15 11:45 am  Permalink|
Street:728 Pacific Ave.
Status:opening in September
We're opening this month in Tacoma, Wa!
[ This Message was edited by: 2012-09-17 00:36 ]
Grand Member (4 years)
Joined: Jan 16, 2010
|Posted: 2012-10-14 02:07 am  Permalink|
Went here Saturday for pupus. Their Booze license transfer was misplaced by the WSLCB delaying the opening for over a month. We should be drinking cocktails by Tuesday.
The coconut chicken skewers and pineapple rumaki were tasty as was the drink made from fresh tropical fruits.
Jason Alexander, co-owner and mixicologist was our host. They had committed to a pub crawl a couple of months ago so felt obligated to be open. (my words not his) The TV in the background was playing Gilligans Island episodes.
They have over 50 rums waiting to be mixed and will have about 70 when their open, also I noted allspice dram, cherry herring and other liquors not usually found in this town.
The overflow/back room will eventually be hosting Hawaiian Reggae bands on the weekends, but the bar area will be kept low-keyed. When we were there the music was all Waitiki 7 and the Tikiyaki Orchestra! It really added to the atmosphere.
a couple of shots from their web pages, the first along the bar to the front of the building, and the second is one of their Mai Tais. They'll have 2 cocktail menus, one with about 15-20 tropical/tiki drinks on it and a captains menu with many more for the more adventurous.
Plans are for more decor to be added including some larger tikis.
Sorry about the photo quality, they were taken with a cellphone.
aloha for now, tikicoma
[ This Message was edited by: tikicoma 2012-10-14 02:10 ]
Grand Member (8 years)
Joined: Mar 24, 2002
From: seattle, wa
|Posted: 2013-05-12 1:35 pm  Permalink|
i don't know why it took us so long to get to Tacoma Cabana!! it was absolutely FANTASTIC. we had 13 at our table. my husband had a Zombie, Fogcutter, Hemmingway Daiquiri and a Corn and Oil. and they were "right on"! i had 3 virgin drinks, which were delicious! the food was awesome. we had the PuPu Platter, Ribs and a Loco Moco (which they split for us!). gosh, i don't remember all of the food and drinks we had.
they've taken over the club next door, so they have room for parties!! The owners couldn't be nicer..
this is a GEM! it's about 45 minutes outside of Seattle. and totally WORTH the drive!!!
Joined: Sep 09, 2003
|Posted: 10 days ago; 5:33 pm  Permalink|
We went last night and it was wicked awesome! We'll be going back again soon.
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Joined: Jul 20, 2008
From: Port Saint Lucie, FL
|Posted: 10 days ago; 8:18 pm  Permalink|
Looks to be a cool place. When I first saw the name, I thought it'd be more "Margaritaville and Tacos". I'd like to say I'd be going sometime, but it's been 31 years since my last visit to the pacific NW (grandparents lived in Everett, they've both passed). So.......
(Edit) P.S. Are those shower curtains in the background of the photos above????
[ This Message was edited by: howlinowl 2014-09-07 20:20 ]