Charleston restaurateur Karalee Fallert’s 6,500 square foot tiki-themed bar with Hawaiian eats opened on Folly this December. The bar menu, curated by Xan McLaughlin with some help from national rum connoisseur Daniel Parks of San Francisco’s Pagan Idol, includes all the requisite tiki drinks like a Mai Tai, daiquiri, and Suffering Bastard. Executive chef Jason DuPree, a Johnson and Wales grad and former executive chef of Rue de Jean, explores the similarities between these two cuisines, with a menu of slow-cooked meats; sides like rice, macaroni salad, greens, and starchy root veggies; poke bowls; salads; and sandwiches like Kalua pork banh mi and an avocado, bacon, and crab sandwich. The Southern fried coconut shrimp is a great way to start before slipping into a rum-induced haze. —Mary Scott Hardaway (Dish, Winter 2019)

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This modern tiki bar celebrates the cult of tiki with walls covered in local art, a bar program full of tropical drinks curated by Xan McLaughlin, and a Hawaiian/Southern plates inspired menu by chef Jason DuPree.

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Hours: Sun.-Wed. 11:a.m.-10:00 p.m. & Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m.-11:p.m.


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