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Mai-Kai Restaurant

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3599 N. Federal Highway Ft. Lauderdale FL 33308
Phone
(954) 563-3272
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Toll Free
(800) 262-4524
Fax
(954) 566-9533

Business Hours

Tuesday
– Thursday 5 – 9.30 pm Friday and Saturday 5 pm – 11.30 pm Sunday 5 pm – 9.30 pm

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Since 1956, we have captivated people with our warmth and magical aura. The Mai-Kai authentically recreates a Polynesian Village, complete with tiki torches, a thatch roof, tropical gardens, waterfalls and museum quality artifacts. The exciting Islander Revue is performed nightly by native Polynesian dancers in colorful hand sewn costumes. The Hawaiian wedding dance will seduce you, and the...

Marvel as agile warriors and beautiful maidens perform dances from the South pacific while you are dining on tropical dishes and exotic drinks from an award winning menu. The Mai-Kai authentically recreates a Polynesian Village complete with tiki torches, a thatch roof, tropical gardens with an orchid collection, giant tiki sculptures, lagoons and waterfalls. This is a perfect place to...

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Overall review sentiment

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72%

Top 3 sentiment words

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Overall review sentiment

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Editorial reviews from the web (4) view all

Touristy to some yet exciting to others, the South Pacific meets South Florida at this torch-lit landmark. It's undeniably gimmicky, but droves arrive for the popular Polynesian dance review and fire shows, Peking duck, and umbrella-garnished exotic tropical drinks. The Pacific allure is maintained with freshly planted palms, thatch, and bamboo, and a wood-planked bridge rebuilt to make...

Mai Kai Restaurant Review

Mingle with Broward tourists and regulars at the kitschy and often surreal Mai Kai. Escape to the South Seas for a night of food and entertainment. Is this the set for a movie or real life? The landmark Polynesian theme palace and cocktail lounge is home to the Barrel o’ Rum, which is exactly what it sounds like---a generous $11 blend of smooth and spicy rums. Of course, the illustrious Mai Tai...

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Average Rating
80

If you’re looking for dinner and a show, while staying outdoors in a lush, tropical landscape then you need to head to Mai-Kai. This Polynesian restaurant is lots of fun for the entire family as it offers nightly shows with dancers, fire tossers, drum competitions and plenty more, all featured on the outdoor stage and while you enjoy the tasty cuisine. The tiki-inspired cocktails are also very...

Average Rating
100

Great restaurant! Kid friendly. Nothing like anywhere else in Florida. Make a reservation and catch the fire eating show. $$$

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The Mai-Kai Catering Service is the catering division of one of the most unique dining and entertainment places in South Florida. Since 1956, the restaurant has authentically recreated a Polynesian Village, complete with Tiki torches, a thatch roof and a wooden plank bridge entrance. Each room in the restaurant reflects a different region of Polynesia and overlooks a waterfall or lagoon. The...

Since 1956 the company has been providing Gift Shop.

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Know Before You Go

Back in the '50s and '60s, Mai-Kai was a booming nightclub. Though it's quieted down, it's still a vibrant party spot with all-ages appeal.

What to Drink

Tropical drinks are wisely grouped according to bite--nonalcoholic to strong.

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