$15 for $30 Worth of Tropical Drinks at Hala Kahiki in River Grove

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In a Nutshell

  • More than 100 tropical drinks
  • Colorful, exotic décor
  • Lively & laid-back atmosphere
  • Outdoor patio

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Nov 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Unlike Similac Baby Formula, which is reserved for babies and experimenting teens, cocktails can be consumed by adults. Separate the towerers from the toddlers with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of tropical drinks at Hala Kahiki in River Grove. Set in a charming ranch-house-turned-tiki-lounge with an outdoor patio, Hala Kahiki offers more than 100 tropical sippables. Thatched palms and colorful tribal trinkets line the spacious oasis and surround revelers in as they nosh complimentary pretzels and gulp exotic potables such as the zombie ($7.75), scorpion ($7.75), mai tai ($6.75), and hurricane ($6.75). Share a large drink for two ($13.75) with a loved one or second stomach.


More than 130 Yelpers give Hala Kahiki an average of four stars. Metromixers give it a 3.7-star average, and three Yahoo! Locals award it a five-star average:

  • Great date place! Great atmosphere, you feel like you are on vacation! Love it. – Jean, Metromix
  • The atmosphere is relaxing and the wait staff are very helpful. They will serve you just about any tropical drink you could name while you listen to soft music. – Lovin Locs, Yahoo! Local

Hala Kahiki

Rose and Stanley Sacharski never meant to open a tiki bar. Their first watering hole, The Lucky Start on Fullerton and Lockwood, was a simple neighborhood tavern until some bamboo wall coverings inspired endless questions from customers: were they a tiki bar? By 1963, the Sacharskis decided their answer was yes, and let their young son pick a new name—Hala Kahiki—from a copy of Dennis the Menace Goes to Hawaii.

Now located inside a former greenhouse in River Grove, Hala Kahiki pours more than 100 tropical-themed cocktails, mingling rum with daiquiris and gin with tropical fruits. Hanging shells sway above the bamboo-lined bar, and rattan lampshades and cane chairs evoke the pleasures of an endless Hawaiian summer. Tables and chairs dot a spacious outdoor garden, and an on-site gift shop stocks Hawaiian shirts, leis, wood-hewn lamps, and several former cast members of Gilligan's Island.

Customer Reviews

Thanks for being a great host
Stacy Y. · April 2, 2012
Happy customer for over 25 years.
Susan R. · March 29, 2012
A small food menu would be great!
Marilyn C. · March 24, 2012

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