When they said “Knobby goes Polynesian.” they knew what they were talking about.William A. “Knobby” Knoll owner of 2 Knobby’s restaurants in Indianapolis Indiana in the 1950s - 60s, transformed his Shadeland Knobby’s into a veritable South Seas Paradise and renamed it as Mai Tai.It featured an A-frame roof, thatched walls, grass huts, paintings, spears, swords, coconuts, exotic lighting and relaxing entertainment by singer-guitarist Eddie Mack.
Inside, The Kahuna Lounge featured the colorful and most delightful Polynesian libations like the Pago Passage, the Rattlesnake Revenge and the Back-scratcher. With just one sip you’d find it easy to imagine you’re in Hawaii!We believe itchanged owners in the late 60s and only lasted only a few years before it closed down, but you can bring back the memory of the Mai Tai and the Kahuna Lounge with this month’s t-shirt design!
This is available for Pre-Order until July 31st and will be produced and shipped by mid August.
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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