Tiki culture began with Ernest Gantt who, at a very young age, already wandered to many parts of the world. He went from the vibrant islands of the Caribbean to the distant waters of South Pacific and beyond. He immersed himself in the cultures and traditions and came back to the States with a suitcase full of exotic souvenirs and an extensive knowledge of the far-away lands. This was something most Americans could only dream of.
Inspired by his adventures, he opened a small restaurant/bar, tossed in some of his exotic finds and served the hungry guests a little stir-fry. But, what made his bar stand out—aside from the uniqueness of it—were his cocktail creations. Everything he learned about imbibing, mixing and layering, he used to create extraordinary cocktails at his place, Don’s Beachcomber Café, later named Don the Beachcomber. Join Chefs Jake and Bryton as they guide you through some of Don The Beachcomber’s best known recipes, perfect for a summer night!
Island Style Pork
Crispy Coconut Shrimp with Dipping Sauce
Fire-Infused Pineapple Rings
Sticky Coconut Rice
Tropical Cocktails served in a Pineapple
Attendees for this class must be 21 years of age or older. Please be sure to remember your government issued I.D.
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Chef Jake Driffill, Harmons Chef
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