This Sunday, Oct. 5, the Historical Dinner Club returns with a throwback patio party to celebrate Columbus' storied Polynesian eatery, Kahiki Supper Club.

This Sunday, Oct. 5, the Historical Dinner Club returns with a throwback patio party to celebrate Columbus' storied Polynesian eatery, Kahiki Supper Club.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. at Alana's Food and Wine. Chef Alana Shock will again reimagine the Kahiki menu-the quarterly dinner club kicked off its series by celebrating the Kahiki last fall-but this time utilizing the outdoor space to showcase cooking techniques with live demos and, potentially, a wok. The event will kick off with cocktails and a talk about the Kahiki, plus artifacts from the restaurant will be on display and guests will be invited to share memories.

The return to the Kahiki is inspired by the recent release of the book "Kahiki Supper Club: A Polynesian Paradise in Columbus." All four authors of the book will be at the party to talk recipes and uncovered stories. Copies of the book will be available for $20. But the evening's guest of honor will be Bill Sapp, one of the original owners of the Kahiki.

The restaurant will be closed to the public for the evening, so the only way to get this glimpse into this shuttered tiki bar is by snagging one of 40 reservations available for $125. Proceeds benefit the Columbus Historical Society.