Coronado Is, San Diego
Islanders Luau worked with EPIC Entertainment to provide the Polynesian entertainment for a corporate event held at the Hotel Del Coronado. It was held in the beautiful Crown room for special guests. Here is the feedback from EPIC Entertainment:
Once again a terrific job by everyone! Thank you and I look forward to working with you again it has been a great experience and I appreciate how easy you are to work with. Mahalo :0)
Islanders Luau provided Hawaiian Grill Catering, authentic Polynesian entertainment and island décor for a 50th wedding anniversary luau. Here is the input from the customer:
Everything was PERFECT! We enjoyed it very much even though it was the hottest day EVER! Your staff is professional and fun there isn’t a thing I would change. Thank you very much for being such an important part of my parent’s 50th celebration. I will absolutely be seeing you again!
On August 23rd, Islanders Luau provided on the beach Hawaiian grill catering, authentic Polynesian entertainment and island props for a corporate event for over 600 guests. Guests came from the Huntington Beach Hilton, walked across the street to the beach where they were greeted with ukulele and lei greeters. This while, great island music was playing and the teriyaki chicken grilling. A traditional Samoan pig ceremony was performed then the Polynesian feast was served from beautiful buffet tables. Afterwards, everyone in attendance was treated to authentic Polynesian dancers and drummers on a beautiful stage on the beach. All provided by Islanders Luau – the corporate luau event was a huge success.
Islanders Luau provided a traditional Polynesian whole roasted pig for a get-together with friends. The next day we received an email from Brian:
I wanted to thank you and Islander’s Luau for cooking and delivering the roast pig on Saturday. It was awesome. It was certainly the highlight of the party. Sam arrived early and took the time to provide me with some carving tips which was very appreciated. We could not have asked for anything to go better. We will definitely consider Islander’s Luau for our next (larger) event.
Islanders Luau provided luau catering for a Hawaii 50 Birthday Luau. The menu included our whole roasted pig, on-site grilled teriyaki chicken lots of sides and our pineapple upside-down cake. After dinner Islanders Luau performed a great Polynesian floor show with 4 performers doing dances from the islands of Tahiti, New Zealand, Hawaii and Samoan. The show included live Tahitian drumming and of course the Samoan fire dance.
Performed Polynesian show with dances from: Hawaii, New Zealand, Samoa and Tahiti. We included both the male and female performers. Also provided a wonderful ukulele player who played and sang the songs of the islands to all those arriving at the luau. We also served up our on-site teriyaki grill menu and the whole roasted pig. Also provided beautiful island props including outrigger canoe, tropical center pieces, tiki statues and more.
The Islanders performed and provided beautiful props at the luau held at La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club in San Diego. The show was scheduled for the beach, but with all the rain and wind, the main show was moved under a tent near the pool area.
This past week the Islanders performed for three events. One was in Irvine at the Advent Company Jamboree with over 200 in attendance. The Islanders provided three different villages where the cultures of Tahiti, New Zealand, and Samoa where shared with those in attendance. It was great fun for all who participated and we had a great Polynesian show at the conclusion of the day.
The Islanders served up an on-site teriyaki Hawaiian grill BBQ this past weekend for the MENSA Organization.
This past weekend, Oct 8, 2011, the Islanders catered and performed at the Lido Island Yacht Club in Newport Beach. We grilled on-site right next to the water and served up our great teriyaki chicken menu, along with our whole roasted pig. We provided beautiful fresh leis and of course the luau entertainment was plenty fun as always. We’re not sure who had the most fun or exercise – our Polynesian dancers or Matt, the birthday boy!