Stripped_Hawaii-emailHello Summer! Grab your Hawaiian Shirts and Grass skirts. Stache 1920’s Drinking Den & Coffee Bar is hosting a tiki-styled Luau Party on June 5th at 8pm. Live entertainment features enchanted Tiki Burlesque with Angeliki Piliouras, a succulent Pig Roast and Tiki Rum Cocktails with guest bartender Nick Nistico​, Premier Beverage Company.  Special dessert bites are being created by Crave Rum Cakes. Aloha!


Stache celebrates the art of Mixology. Hand crafted cocktail with the freshest ingredients and the finest spirits. Rum lovers: Stache is breaking out a bottle of the British Royal Navy’s Black Tot Rum with a graduated pour for those that want to taste this rare and special rum. In 1970, a 300 year old tradition ended when the last rum ration was issued aboard the ships of the British Royal Navy – a day to be forever remembered as Black Tot Day. BTROriginal Royal Naval records confirm that the rum ration was most likely imported from the West Indies in oak casks. The remaining rum stocks were filled into wicker clad stone flagons and stored away, being only drawn upon for use in state occasions and royal weddings. Bottled directly from these flagons, each bottle of Black Tot Last Consignment is a unique piece of history.

MRenée Korbel Quinn | Mixology & Lifestyle Editor creating unique content for  ​Eye on South Florida. A Downtown Girl Mixing it up in the South Florida scene. The latest in craft cocktails, craft beers and culinary experiences. Read my BITES column in Go Riverwalk Magazine and socialize with me on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.