Designed as a turn-of-the-century seaport saloon, the MOLOKAI BAR features 51 specialty drinks, a full service bar and an extensive wine list.

Lighting from ships' lanterns enhances the intimate and friendly atmosphere. And who doesn't love the water cascading over the windows and beautiful serving maidens.


THE MOLOKAI BAR IS OPEN :
MONDAY CLOSED
TUESDAY - SATURDAY FROM 5 P.M.
SUNDAY FROM 5 P.M. 

HAPPY HOUR FROM OPENING - 7 P.M.:
50% OFF APPETIZERS and DRINKS
(except for bottles of wine, champagne, sidewinders fang, and the mystery drink)

DAILY DRINK SPECIAL FROM 7 P.M. TO CLOSING:
TUESDAY:       Hukilau or Mai-Kai Special
WEDNESDAY: Barrel O'Rum or Planters Punch
THURSDAY:    Mutiny or Mai-Kai Swizzle
FRIDAY:           Jet Pilot or Shark Bite
SATURDAY:     K.O. Cooler or Tahitian Breezze 
SUNDAY:           Zombie or Pina Cola

ON WEDNESDAY PATRONS ENJOY A COMPLIMENTARY BUFFET WITH A  MINIMUM PURCHASE OF $10/PERSON  FROM 5 - 9 P.M.

THE MOLOKAI LOUNGE "WHERE EVERY DAY IS A HOLIDAY"

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                               UPCOMING EVENTS - MARK YOUR CALENDAR 

This week in the Molokai Bar: RoseMarie on guitarr (Tuesday - Saturday) and Sharon on Bongos (Wednesday and Friday)

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The Mai-Kai's Hulaween party and Costume Contest
returns Oct. 31 for sixth annual bash

 

On Halloween night, Fort Lauderdale's legendary Mai-Kai Polynesian restaurant will be crawling with ghouls and zombies during its sixth annual Hulaween party in The Molokai bar.

 

The eerie event, sponsored by Appleton Rum, starts at 5 p.m. and features live music by South Florida roots rockers Slip and the Spinouts, a costume contest, deadly drink specials and retro Halloween tunes during happy hour.

 

The haunted happy hour runs from 5 to 7 p.m., with most of the bar's dangerous tropical drinks, such as the Shrunken Skull and Shark Bite, priced at 50 percent off. Also half-priced are the tasty Polynesian appetizers such as the Pupu Platter, ribs, chicken, shrimp and salads.

 

 After 7 p.m., Slip and the Spinouts will get scare up some frightening fun on the dance floor with three sets of their distinctive mix of rockabilly, Western, swing, surf, blues and roots music. Appleton Rum is donating cash prizes for first, second and third place in the costume contest that begins around 10 p.m. Additional prizes will be provided by The Mai-Kai and other event sponsors. 

 

 As a special Halloween treat, the iconic Zombie cocktail will be available for half price, and there will be Appleton Rum drink specials all night log.The bar will be rockin' past midnight, until the last zombie has been defeated.
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 : 
CUTBACK SURFBAND CD RELEASE PARTY!
Join Cutback as we celebrate the completion of  their new CD "Surfers Journey" 
and perform selections at the Molokai Bar from 6 pm and on.

* DJ Mike Jones Spins Selections of the new CD and more from 6 - 8 pm.
* Drink Special - Cutbacks "Aloha Stomp" created by Mai-Kai's Mixologists!
* Happy Hour - 50% off appetizers and most drinks!
* Special Tasting by Papa's Pilar Rum!
* Free Cutback Swag!
* LIVE MUSIC BY CUTBACK FROM 8.30 PM!

This is Paul Aho wrote in SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY:

"Notable among South Florida Instrumental surf rock groups is the Cutback
Surfband, which has been a prominent fixture in the Ft. Lauderdale surf rock scene since the earliest years of the twenty-first century. Its core members are baby-boom surfers with a history in the local rock music scene. Their repertoire includes a vast catalog of both classic and obscure surf rock instrumentals as well as more than a dozen original tunes, all featuring the dual-lead approach by guitarists Rich LaVoir and Frank Ferraro. Their surfing background, the name "Cutback" (taken from a common surfing technique) the Florida-surf-themed-titles of their original tunes, and a between-song surf-education-banter by bassist Nicky Ravine place them in the forefront fourth wave of instrumental surf rock in Florida. Additionally, Cutback plays a steady gig the first Friday of every month at the Molokai Bar in the world-famous Mai-Kai restaurant, a bastion of tiki culture in Ft. Lauderdale since the 1950s.As longtime surfers, their music highlights the surfing lifestyle by presenting an educational diorama of Florida surf culture, musically expressed."
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