Spring Fever Singles Party, Age 21 – 45, Kua ‘Aina, 11th Mar, A Free Drink. WOMEN SOLD OUT!

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  • Kua Aina
    March 11, 2017
    7:30 pm - 11:00 pm


Spring Fever Singles Party, Age 21 – 45, Kua ‘Aina, 11th Mar, A Free Drink

Single gorgeous girls and good lookin’ fellas means you don’t have to celebrate spring fever on your own. We aim to start the evening off with a bang with a free beer or prosecco upon arrival, whatever tickles your fancy! 

This is a tough city in which to meet people. We are about to make it a whole lot easier by bringing single people together, whether new to the area or local, and meeting up without the formalities associated with the usual scene. Want to meet new people anyone? Yes, please!

Aimed at professional singles, it is the perfect way to meet plenty of like-minded people in a relaxed party atmosphere, whilst hosts are on hand to play cupid. You will be registered by your hosts upon arrival and invited to participate in an optional interactive activity. Please ensure that you collect instructions at registration if you wish to participate.

Dress code: Cocktail dresses & smart casual.

Due to the popularity of this event, we advise you to book your ticket in advance and at your earliest to avoid disappointment. To ensure gender ratio, bookings are non-refundable. For further details see: FAQs

Note: Complimentary drinks for all guests before 8.30pm! 🙂


Venue Website:

40 Goodge Street, London, W1T 2QP, United Kingdom


Aloha! Welcome to the legendary restaurant from Hawai!

Are you wondering what ‘Kua ‘Aina’ means and how you say it?

Kua ‘Aina, pronounced “Koo-a eye-na” means, for native Hawaiians, those who actively live Hawaiian culture and keep the spirit of the land alive.

A favourite of President Barack Obama when he’s back home, Terry Thompson’s lava-rock chargrilled burger and sandwich creations with homemade seasonings have become famous since he opened the original Kua ‘Aina on Hawaii’s famous North Shore in 1975. Forty years on, his legendary burgers and succulent sandwiches are still wowing locals, surfers and visitors alike.