Polynesian Pop-Up Restaurant Newest ‘Starr’ Attraction for Art Museum
Famed restaurant tycoon Stephen Starr, owner of many successful east coast clubs and restaurants, will be hosting Starr Events‘ newest attraction; a Tiki-themed Pop-Up restaurant at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. From Thursday, June 28th to Saturday the 30th (6pm-9pm daily), hungry guests will be able to head to the Museum’s East Terrace to enjoy authentic Polynesian cuisine and entertainment, which are designed to compliment the museum’s newest exhibit Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia.
Featured menu items include the traditional whole-roasted pig, Polynesian-style chicken and barbecued brisket as well as a dessert station and an outdoor tiki bar serving festive specialty cocktails. Admission is $48 per person which includes dinner, dessert, and a free drink like the Pink Flamingo, The Big Kahuna, or a classic Mai Tai.
The Pop-Up promises to be blooming with Polynesian decor with flowers, thatched umbrellas, and tiki torches. Trinadelphia, the popular steel drum band, will also be performing nightly to add to the tropical atmosphere.
To make a reservation and experience this exclusive event please call 215-684-7990.
Written By: Tony Sebia