Tiki Rock Brings Polynesian Flair to Boston’s Financial District


A new venue is making Boston’s chilly winter a bit hotter in the Financial District!  Tiki Rock has officially become “The Place” to be now that The Place on Broad Street has transitioned from an after work hot spot into a spicy, welcoming and fun new venue that features an inventive cocktail menu, extensive sushi options, and Polynesian-themed hearty entrees.

When you walk into Tiki Rock, you feel like you’ve traveled to a far-away, tropical land where there is no cold rain and sleet and absolutely no worries!  The brainchild of GM Christopher Straub, Tiki Rock also includes Moe Kuroki’s Oisa Ramen in a space adjoining the Tiki bar, which features colorful lights, a massive central bar, and designated sushi station.

The Tiki theme is prevalent throughout the venue. The cocktail menu showcases classic Polynesian-inspired drinks, blended with house made syrups and fresh-squeezed juices.

If you visit Tiki Rock to do more than drink, make sure you arrive hungry to enjoy anything from their Polynesian super burger (topped with Canadian bacon, a pickled pineapple soy glaze, and an optional fried egg) to their signature Pu Pu platters over flowing with fresh chicken skewers, squash dumplings, crab rangoon, and coconut shrimp. The drinks are amazing and the food is spectacular.

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One of the founders of Dirty Water Media, Julie Fairweather serves as the company’s managing editor, marketing director and contributing writer/producer. In addition to her work with Dirty Water Media, Julie is also an award-winning journalist with 20+ years experience developing marketing and public relations strategies for emerging businesses. Julie has also worked as an assignment manager and reporter for WLVI-TV 56 in Boston and a news anchor and reporter from an NBC affiliate in North Platte, NE. Julie is a past President and former Executive Director of The Publicity Club of New England, a 300-member trade organization for the Greater Boston public relations community. She also taught broadcast journalism and radio and television producing at her alma mater Emerson College in Boston, MA. Her most accomplished position is as the mother to her three amazing children.