Time Out New York 9/13/10The tiki trend gains some food-world cred: Craig Koketsu (Quality Meats) is in the kitchen and Richard Leach (Park Avenue Summer) brings the booze.
The Hurricane Club
360 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10010
Taking over the Porcao space on Park Avenue, Hurricane Club will bring a Polynesian resort atmosphere to Gramercy with a 250 seat event space featuring tropical cocktails alongside elegant arrays of culinary craft. The space invites sophistication and elegance laced with cheeky fun on the South Pacific.
Eats & Drinks
Pu-Pu Platters, tropical cocktails, margaritas, Hawaiian poke and ribs.
Resort style with an elegant backdrop of Polynesian fare. This venue is the perfect pick for a night on the town as well as a prime place to host a large-scale A-List event.
The New York Times 11/17/10Can you hear anything in this place but the crowd? Have a big drink in a coconut and order the Peking pig. Bali hai!
Thrillist 1/14/11So...much...rum. HC's got 150+ options, including plenty of overproofs and spiced jobs, more than 30 each of dark and gold, and 40+ aged affairs.
AskMen 9/23/10Opening Monday the menu is nothing to Pu Pu, with a selection of said platters, whole crispy big island fish, crispy peking pig, & a selection of Hawaiian raw fish preparations called poke.
Jake B.5/2/13I promote The Hurricane Club and 30 other venues in the city! Contact me for reservations, bottle service and guest list. My number is 347-845-4271. Or email me: BestpartiesNYC@gmail.com