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Jack Rose Opens Rooftop Tiki Bar and Launches Thursday Tiki Happy Hour from 5-10pm

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2007 18th Street, NW

Nice to see a happy hour run this late.

From a press release:

“Jack Rose Dining Saloon has just opened its rooftop Tiki Bar on Thursdays through Saturdays with refreshing tropical cocktails, island-inspired fare and a special “Tiki Thursdays” Happy Hour. Transporting guests to the tropics, boozy flavors of coconut, pineapple and passion fruit will fill ceramic Tiki mugs, while juicy pork and sweet pineapple will come fresh off the grill.

TROPICAL COCKTAILS

Jack Rose’s craft bartenders are serving a tropical menu of Tiki cocktails, available at the Tiki Bar on Thursdays through Saturdays. Combining fresh fruit juices, quality rums and even bourbon, these refreshing, boozy concoctions are all $13, and available for half-off at $6.50 during “Tiki Thursdays” happy hour:

Bahia
Cream of coconut, white rum, fresh pineapple juice

Zombie
Light rum, dark rum, orange curacao, passion fruit, grenadine, lemon, lime, Angostura bitters

Tijuana Tiki
Silver tequila, Smith and Cross Rum, Gosling’s ginger beer,passion fruit syrup, orgeat, fresh lime juice

Blackheart’s Punch
Cruzan Blackstrap Rum, housemade cinnamon syrup, fresh lime juice

Honi Honi
Maker’s Mark Bourbon, orange curacao, fresh lime juice, orgeat, simple syrup

TIKI THURSDAYS

On Tiki Thursdays, Jack Rose will serve up half-priced tropical cocktails ($6.50, usually $13) and Tiki-inspired fare like skewers of Pork Belly and Portobello, Pineapple & Bell Pepper (both $4), flavorful spiced Jerk Chicken Wings ($6), fresh Lemon Pepper Pineapple Shrimp and Mini Fish Tacos (both $8). All draft beers will also be $2 off.

The Tiki Bar at Jack Rose is now open Thursdays for “Tiki Thursdays” from 5 p.m. to close (with happy hour from 5-10 p.m.), and Fridays and Saturdays from 7 p.m. to last call.”

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