Need a spot to host your bridal event? If you answered “I do,” then look no further. At Buca di Beppo the enticing aroma of authentic Italian specialties will seduce you, the sweet sounds of Frank Sinatra will serenade you and our staff will positively spoil you.
Contemporary sushi and new wave Asian inspired dishes served in a lively setting is what makes Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar a critic’s favorite. Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar is part of the DK Restaurants group.
With over 25 years experience in Oahu's hospitality industry, Skip Lambert can create a custom private party package to fit your needs. From preparing menus to booking entertainment, let Skip bring your vision to life!
Consider exclusive use of our dramatic oceanfront restaurant for your next special lunch time event. The Dining Room offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki Beach nd can seat up to 170 people. The Plantation Bar is perfect for more intimate gatherings seating up to 75 people.
Gannon's, a Pacific View Restaurant is located on a hill above the Pacific Ocean. It is a perfect location for a rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, and reception. We can provide you with all your wedding accommodations to make your day amazing!
A founding member of Hawaii Regional Cuisine Inc. (1991), Chef Alan Wong has remained committed to serve as an ambassador of this style of cooking. The various ethnic roots of Hawaii continue to inspire new dishes featuring local flavors and locally grown products.
As one of Maui's premier seafood restaurants, Nick's Fishmarket Maui is a favorite among visitors and residents alike. Whether it is a romantic dinner, family celebration, business function or just a night out with friends, Nick's Fishmarket Maui is the Valley Isle's first choice in dining.
Browse our list of Hawaii rehearsal dinner restaurants and venues ready to help you celebrate with style and ring in the festivities. You're sure to find the perfect place for the prelude to your wedding!
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