Kahiki Supper Club Tiki Bar Columbus OH logo Men's t-shirt
Kahiki Supper Club is a legend in the tiki world - a massive Polynesian palace right near Browns territory in Columbus, Ohio. Kahiki founders Bill Sapp and Lee Henry started work on the Kahiki after their bar, the Grass Shack, burned down on this site in 1959. A classic example of mid-century Polynesian pop architecture, and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
Despite this, Walgreen's purchased the building and tore it down, The Kahiki served its last supper in 2000. Now you can own this cool image so you can carry the memory of the Kahiki with you forever. . Not a heat transfer or a screen print, this shirt is hand-craftedly printed on our very own Direct-T-Garment printing machine. Think of this as a Giclee print on a 100% Ring Spun Cotton t-shirt. Available in men's sizes Small-3XL,
Ladies sizes available in separate listings.
The image has been cleaned up and restored so it looks terrific. Have your own images you would like to see on a shirt? Contact us for a quote!