Chicago August 20, 2017
The Tropical Themed Restaurant In Chicago You Must Visit Before Summer’s Over
Summer is the time of year to get away to a tropical island; however, if you’re stuck in the city, there’s a tiki bar you can hit up that will make you feel closer to the equator than ever! From big, fruity drinks to Hawaiian-inspired cuisine, there’s so much to enjoy here any time of year.
It’s always summertime at this unique eatery. Keep scrolling for all the delicious details.
Three Dots and a Dash is a secret hideaway not everyone in the city knows about. You enter through a door in an alley and step into whole other world.
It is open Sunday through Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m; the restaurant opens it’s doors an hour earlier on Fridays, and keeps them open an hour later on Saturdays.
There are several different party rooms, all of which are upscale and feature Hawaiian decor.
The Bamboo Room
Intimate lighting, interesting lamps, and other hangings will have your eyes bouncing around the walls.
The Luau Room
No matter where you sit, you'll feel far away from anything resembling Chicago. It might even be better than an island escape because you get to enjoy cozy seating in a luxurious, high energy atmosphere.
Of course, there’s one thing that cannot be overlooked: the drinks
This tropical restaurant uses fresh exotic fruits in its cocktails, as well as the finest rums and other spirits. Juices are cold pressed daily and syrups are handmade. The whole operation is headed by a cocktail expert, so you can enjoy signature drinks like the Saturn, Wiki Wiki, Rum Barrel, and Tropical Itch.
You can even order gargantuan group drinks to share, sipping from such vessels as a conch shell, a treasure chest, or even a huge skull.
There's always something new to try at this place, as the bar likes to use seasonal ingredients sourced from around the world- including orchids from Hawaii!
Hungry patrons enjoy shareable orders of spring rolls, coconut shrimp, thai fried chicken, ribs and rice, and much more. Can’t decide? Order the Pu Pu Platter with a little bit of everything.
Flavors are modern American takes on island fare with an Asian twist. You'll be craving these delicious dishes long after you've rejoined the real world.
The name of this restaurant is morse code for "Victory," which was the signal given to American troops that WWII had finally come to an end. The only thing you have to conquer at this restaurant is your appetite!
The Big Kahuna Burger should do the trick.
Three Dots and a Dash is located at 435 N Clark Street, and you can get more information on their
Facebook page and website.
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