The Hawaiian Luau Restaurant and Lounge was located in The Fountainbleau Motor Hotel and opened in May 1963. It was known as a great place to enjoy an evening of Polynesian foods and exotic tropical drinks. The South Pacific motif featured tapa cloth from Samoa, Japanese net floats & peacock chairs. In Skipper Vince’s bar, you would find Idol images decorated with imported hapu tikis that were hand carved from giant ferns.
The Hawaiian Luau was a Polynesian paradise but the hotel also featured the Empire Room, The Chandelier Lounge and the Fontaine Coffee Shop. The Fountainbleau closed around 1990 and in it’s place you can now visit the very non Polynesian mini-storage facility. You can keep the memory of this exotic hideaway alive with this month’s t-shirt.
This is available for Pre-Order until March 31st and will be produced and shipped by mid April.
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Choose from one of our 3 styles:
Men's / Unisex - 4.3 oz 60% Ring-Spun Cotton / 40% Poly. Pre Washed