Kahiki Outlet R.I.P. 2006 
The Kahiki sign by the Columbus Beltway, the building is visible from the road.
The Kahiki sign by the Columbus Beltway, the building is visible from the road.
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The new Kahiki plant and outlet store- Soooooo not the same- but hey, at least they're *trying* to preserve the memory.
The new Kahiki plant and outlet store- Soooooo not the same- but hey, at least they're *trying* to preserve the memory.
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Meet "George" (as the Kahiki staff member introduced him). He's the entry fountain from the entry hut at the restaurant. We got there the day he had just been piped up for water. No fire coming from his head- yet anyway, but he will be getting plants around his base soon.
Meet "George" (as the Kahiki staff member introduced him). He's the entry fountain from the entry hut at the restaurant. We got there the day he had just been piped up for water. No fire coming from his head- yet anyway, but he will be getting plants around his base soon.
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The outlet store is primarily made up of freezers full of Kahiki frozen foods, but you will also find leis and some new mugs made by the same manufacturer from back in the day for sale. There are some installed artifacts from the restaurant (decor- not for sale); spears, lamps, chairs, Tikis, and floats all as decoration. We found some Trader Vic's syrups for sale too.
The outlet store is primarily made up of freezers full of Kahiki frozen foods, but you will also find leis and some new mugs made by the same manufacturer from back in the day for sale. There are some installed artifacts from the restaurant (decor- not for sale); spears, lamps, chairs, Tikis, and floats all as decoration. We found some Trader Vic's syrups for sale too.
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