Palm House in San Francisco to Celebrate Their 4th Anniversary
Palm House in San Francisco will be celebrating their 4th anniversary on Sunday, June 3 from noon to 4:00 p.m. hosting a luau with a pig roast, tropical food, Hawaiian music and dancers. A full list of menu items and Luau Feast & Cocktail tickets, $30.00 each, can be obtained via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/4-year-anniversary-palm-house-luau-tickets-45956494111
Chef Lee Levig will oversee the preparation of a massive kalua pig smoked for 12 hours paired with a robust poke bar including ahi, jicama and pineapple poke. A Tiki bar set up on the restaurant’s patio will be serving such libations as Mai Tais, Piña Coladas and punch bowls. The Alcatraz Islanders playing a steel guitar, ukulele, vibraphone and string bass will perform live and there will be hula dancers.
On an ongoing basis. Palm House's California-tropic food menu draws its inspiration from the flavors of the Americas spice trail as reflected by the cuisines of Cuba, Hawaii, Brazil and the Caribbean. The restaurant's acclaimed drink menu includes classic and contemporary cocktails and their signature slushy.
The engaging and playful Palm House decor mixes rich mahogany with soft tropical tones and quirky touches such as a display of LED-lit vintage birdcages hung from the 35-foot ceiling. A collection of Caribbean plants also evokes the tropics. The restaurant has 130 seats including at the bar and on the patio. Its private dining space, called Captain's Quarters, can accommodate 12 guests.
Palm House is located at 2032 Union Street, near Buchanan Street, in San Francisco, California, and is open Monday through Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m., and Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. For more information visit https://www.palmhousesf.com
and follow them on Facebook and Instagram. The telephone number is (415) 400-4355.