Treaty Oak Distilling’s Tiki Fest

Sometimes it’s not enough to stop in at some local bar that’s throwing a little tiki-themed shindig. Sometimes you want an entire Hill Country wonderland of tiki culture for a drink-spiked, food-filled, music-enhanced afternoon and night of roaming around in laid-back enjoyment. Well, that’s what’s going on at Treaty Oak this Saturday as the acclaimed distillery’s head honcho Daniel Barnes indulges his own faux-Polynesian obsession and presents the fourth annual Tiki Festival, replete with a limited-edition Barrel Reserve Rum release, tiki mug carving classes, tuna & salmon poke bowls and that Big Kahuna Burger at Alice’s Restaurant, and live sets by the Avocados and the Executive Steel Band. Ah, what a great way to say, “Aloha!”
Past date: Sat., April 13, 11am-9pm
16604 Fitzhugh Rd., Dripping Springs
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