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Polynesian Fine Dining Hospitality Interior Design of Mai Kai Restaurant, Fort Lauderdale


Luxury, upscale and Polynesian style fine dining hospitality design of Mai Kai Restaurant, Fort Lauderdale.


Bar Table Hospitality Design of Mai Kai Restaurant, Fort Lauderdale

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Luxury, upscale and Polynesian style fine dining hospitality design of Mai Kai Restaurant, Fort Lauderdale.

Located in 3599 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Mai Kai restaurant esembles a Polynesian Village, complete with a wooden plank bridge entrance, thatched roofs, flaming torches and museum quality artifacts. The Mai Kai’s gardens itself feature waterfalls, lagoons and giant tiki sculptures.

Opened in 1956, the Mai-Kai stood alone on the outskirts of Ft. Lauderdale. Now, over 50 years later, the little paradise features 8 Polynesian style Dining Rooms, Molokai Bar, Gift Shop, tropical gardens and an exciting Polynesian Revue.

Mai-Kai visitors also could witness Polynesia’s rich heritage in dances such as the Hawaiian Wedding song where two young lovers are separated and then reunited in marriage. Or, the spirited Tahitian solo drum dance competition from Polynesia’s largest annual cultural celebration, the “Heiva I Tahiti”.

For private dining and events, the Mai KaiĀ  Restaurant offers a wide variety of arrangements for groups, from an intimate cocktail reception, to luncheons and dinners, and dinner & show parties.

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