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.
Two picturesque private dining rooms are available to
make any occasion a memorable one. Enjoy the intimacy of The Wine Rack, which can
accommodate a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 16, with
Ocean and Diamond Head views.
Or bask in a Hawaiian sunset with breathtaking harbor
views in The Garden Room.
Cafe Pesto offers creative and locally fresh Island cuisine in a casually elegant setting at truly affordable prices. It's menu draws from the diverse multicultural influences found throughout the Big Island and applies them to wood fired pizzas, ethnically inspired pastas, risottos, the freshest of seafood and organic ...
Perched above Hulopo"e Bay, Kailani specialises in contemporary Italian cuisine made from the freshest local and organic ingredients, sourced directly from Hawaii’s fishers and farmers. Served alfresco for lunch and dinner, innovative menus incorporate seasonal offerings that are proudly showcased in Chef Dario ...
Overlooking magical Hanalei Bay and Makana Mountain ( Bali Hai ), our main dining room is the perfect venue for sophisticated casual dining. Makana Terrace menu’s showcase the freshest Hawaiian grown produce flawlessly represented in the dishes prepared by Chef de Cuisine Antwon Brinson and his Culinary team. In ...
At Ono Gelato, we combine the fresh flavors of Hawaii with the traditions of Italy, to produce a gelato that is all natural, organic if possible, local, sustainable and ono (delicious).We also offer a full espresso bar with an amazing ocean view deck. We also offer the largest selection of Toms Shoes in Hawaii and offer ...
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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