Trader Vic's Chinese wood fired oven can be traced to the Han Dynasty (206 BC to AD 20). The heating source, natural smoke and heat, is derived from split Oak or seasoned wood. Please Allow extended cooking time for "Wood Fire-Oven" items
Delicious sweets, baked up fresh each day by our awesome pastry chef. The perfect end to your meal!
Chocolate Krakatoe Cake
Molten chocolate cake with ice cream
Trader Vic`s Citrus Cheesecake
Served with Raspberry Coulis
Shredded coconut & chocolate sauce
Choice of Mai Tai or Tahitian Coffee
Rum Ice Cream
Served with Trader Vic`s praline sauce
Hawaiian Chocolate Paradise
Served with white & dark chocolate, mandarin cream
Served with caramelized bananas with macadamia nuts & vanilla ice cream flambé tableside
French Press Kona Blend Coffee by the Pot
Choice Of Flavored Harney & Sons Tea
Trader Vic's Children's Menu | $12 for children under 12. Includes: 1-Entree, 1-Side Item and choice of Juice or Soda
Oven Strip Loin With BBQ Glaze
Mashed potatoes & mixed vegetables
Grilled Chicken Breast
Steamed broccoli & jasmine rice
General Tao's Chicken
Pepper, onions, pineapple & steamed rice
The Original Mai Tai
In 1944 Trader Vic's concocted a rum drink and served it to a customer who, upon tasting it, said" Mai Tai Roa Ae "which means in Tahitian " Out of this world" The Mai Tai is now the most famous rum drink in the world and you can only get the real McCoy here at Trader Vic's
Atlanta's Own Peachtree Punch
A fish bowl of a drink with light rum, flavor of peaches and oranges, and a soft southern whisper of coconuts. To satisfy those who enjoy a creamy cocktail with a touch of spice
Samoan Fog Cutter
A vaseful of rum, gin, brandy and sherry wine with orange juice and orgeat. Let the drinker beware!
Our version of Don the Beachcomber's original lethal libation. Light and dark rums, grenadine and curacao
A secret blend of Island rums and nectars. One sip and you may see a Menehune. The one in your glass is yours to take home
Rum Keg (Serves 4 People)
Pineapple, light and dark rums with apricot and passion fruit flavors
Scorpion Bowl (Serves 4 People)
A festive concoction of rums, fruit juices and brandy with a whisper of almond, bedecked with a flower and served with long straws
Live Music Every Thursday Night @ 8:30pm
Date: July 18-24, 2016
Bogey & the Viceroy
Date & Time: December 1 at 8:30 pm New Orleans native Bogey Thornton and the handsome troubadours of The Viceroy cover classic soul from every era along with retro rock/pop to today's current chart-toppers. Bogey & the Viceroy performances lead to packed dance floors and good times with their ever-expanding repertoire of "Swanky Soul & Rock n' Roll"
Lloyd's Rocksteady Revue
Date & Time: December 8 at 8:30 p.m.
Sick of heading the same typical 20 covers around town? Space Plow are Atlanta's most ripped, powerlifting trio bringing you deep-cut hits from the 60's to the 2000's.
Taste The Tropics
Georgia Restaurant Week & Downtown Atlanta Restaurant Week
Enjoy a gourmet prix-fixe menu featuring Trader Vic's fan favorites during these two renowned culinary events!
Georgia Restaurant Week: July 18-24 http://www.garestaurants.org/georgia-restaurant-week.html Downtown Atlanta Restaurant Week: July 23-31 http://www.atlantadowntown.com/fun/restaurant-week
Its Never Too Early to Book Your Holiday Party!
With three unique restaurants, your event is certain to be memorable!
Experience culinary at its best in our newly renovated rooftop restaurant with panoramic skyline views of Atlanta at Nikolai's Roof
Go on an exotic trip to Trader Vic's for outstanding polynesian cuisine & sensational one-of-a-kind cocktails
Enjoy True Southern style comfort food in one of Southern Elements' private dining rooms
In appreciation, we offer you
Beat the Holiday Rush & Toast the Season in Style! Contact Brittany Cockrell for more information. 404.221.6347 | Brittany.email@example.com
Trader Vic’s innovative chef sources fresh ingredients and creative recipes, resulting in a casual and modern approach to our dishes; a culinary journey through flavors, textures and colors of the world’s cuisine. When the Trader converted his small town saloon into a Polynesian phenomenon, Chinese and Cantonese cuisine became his featured fare. The real key to his unique style of cooking was in the authentic Chinese Oven. Today, Trader Vic’s is famous for this custom-made wood-fired Chinese Oven which can be traced back over two thousand years to the Han Dynasty.