Lush, laid-back and boho-chic with a dash of Miami glam: that’s Kiki on the River in a nutshell, and it’s oh-so-hard not to fall in love with her on sight. If you’re not sold at first glance, though, the food will seal the deal for you.
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Kiki on the River offers a fixed price weekly lunch for $25. If happy hour is more your jam, bring a friend on Fridays for Kiki’s Have a Kiki on Me buy-one-get-one-free cocktail special with complimentary Greek mezzes, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Something to sip
‘Tis the season for a Midsummer Night’s Dream. Beat the heat with this creative concoction of Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Kronan Punsch black berry puree and mint. You’ll find another refreshing option in the Whispering Eye, made with Grey Goose vodka, Zamaca Peruvian maca liqueur, watermelon juice and red wine reduction. And then there’s the Let’s Get Turnt, made with Nolets Gin, yellow Chartreuse, cucumber, lemon juice and tropical Redbull, if you’re looking to make it that kind of night.
Something to savor
Start off with the Oysters West Coast and East Coast, served with red wine vinegar mignonette and lemon cocktail sauce, and the lavraki, served with horta and ladolemono sauce. Then, try the chicken souvlaki, served with tzatziki and ladolemono sauce. Finish off with Kiki’s traditional Greek yogurt, finished with thyme, honey and walnuts, or opt for some DIY s’mores, served with an adorable little coal pot for riverside marshmallow roasting.