Though synonymous with the 40s and 50s, the popular Tiki culture is timeless and Le Farfalle knows it. That’s why the Italian restaurant is pulling out the tiny umbrellas for a one-night-only Tiki party.

On Sun. Dec. 17, Le Farfalle’s bartender Bruce Shultz will welcome Dave English from The Ordinary for a a night of holiday cheers. Guests are encouraged to “wear your ugliest holiday garb and come thirsty for Tiki drinks!”

In addition to what we expect will be plenty of rum-based drinks, Le Farfalle will also be raising money for Billy Cramer. The Le Farfalle lunch server underwent open heart surgery night weeks ago, and the staff is accepting donations to put forward toward his recovery.  [embed-1]
And if you can’t make the Tiki night, but still want to help, anytime you dine at the restaurant you can donate by telling your server you’d like to “Buy Billy a Beer” and they’ll take it from there.

Le Farfalle’s Tiki night begins at 10 p.m. and will go until 2 a.m.

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