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360 Park Ave. S. (E. 26th St.) Send to Phone
Whisk yourself away to the South Pacific at this tiki-style bar and restaurant.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Hurricane Club, New York, NY

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Hurricane Club Restaurant Review

: This loud, often fun Park Avenue restaurant harkens back to the days of Trader Vic’s, a popular tiki-style club/restaurant in New York that closed several decades ago. The Hurricane Club picks up the action with gusto, as groups of people blow in to consume beverages carved out of watermelons and coconuts. The menu, as one would expect, features a lot of kitschy South Pacific-style fare, like pu pu platters. But a good portion of the menu offers mainstream pan-Asian dishes---the honey-glazed baby-back ribs mingling with Thai basil and lotus root chips, for example, or the slightly greasy coconut shrimp are good bets. There are some inventive dishes as well, like the roasted beet cannoli made sweet by the inclusion of candied walnuts, and the humungous Peking pig, which comes with steamed buns and other sides, making it a shareable feast. And if all else fails, you can always let yourself get swept away by all those fruity, “exotic” rum-laced cocktails.
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