Live Hawaiian contemporary entertainment and early and late happy hours heat up the night in the cocktail lounge. Serving the island’s largest pupu menu. For the highlight of the island dining or taste of local night life, the Chart House Waikiki is the place to be for good food, good friends and good times.
Dining Room: Monday - Thursday: 6:00pm - 8:30pm, Friday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
4 Hours - $5.00
Parking is available in our building complex; the entrance to the parking structure is located on Hobron Street, right after the Red Lobster. The Chart House Waikiki is located on the first floor as soon as you exit the elevator. Meter street parking is also available in the front of the Chart House Waikiki.
Monday - Thursday: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Friday: 6:00pm - 12:30am
Saturday:8:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday:6:00pm - 9:00pm
See our website for Entertainers schedules.
Better than expected food and service. Will dine again.
Rick & DeeDee were excellent!
As busy as it was, they were very attentive.
Although there was a line up, our request on OpenTable was honoured right away. We got the requested nice rail seating to watch the sunset and the Friday night fireworks at Waikiki 7:45pm
We made reservations, arrived about 15 min late, but were seated within 5 min of arrival. Food was ample and tasteful, we left with a take out box and were too full to finish dessert. My wife and I both ordered the special with filet minon. Though we had requested our meat cooked medium, it was prepared more on the med rare side, which was ok but I had expected a little less pink in the center. Service was good with the busboy ensuring our drinks were full and table timely cleared of each dish. We were seated with a view of the marina at sunset, which was nice. Our table was just far enough from the live music to be enjoyable and still carry on a normal conversation. Seating is a little congested and neighboring table conversations can be overheard but not overwhelming.
As we were celebrating my wife's birthday and our anniversary, the waitstaff joined in to sing my wife a birthday tune. This was followed by the local singer/guitarist, Tito, serenading us at our table for our anniversary. A very nice and unexpected touch. local singer/guitarist, Tito, serenading us at our table for our anniversary. A very nice and unexpected touch.
Older restaurant in Waikiki. The drinks were fabulous and the food was quite good. Their interpretation of a Mai Tai is called a Guy Tai, after their previous barkeeper, is not to be missed.
We went there for Valentine's Day. We didn't have to wait for our table. Ambiance was great, view was AWESOME, the service was GREAT and our waiter new his stuff. FOOD WAS AMAZING! 3 of us had the Ribeye Valentine's meal and our steak came exactly the way we wanted it. They had a merlot wine dipping sauce for the steak was AHHHMAZING!! AND, out food came quickly. Everything....PERFECT!! ❤
The Chart House always have a special place in our hearts. It's where my husband proposed and we decided to come here this Valentine's for dinner. I'm so thankful Open Table was an option to reserve. Once we got there our table was ready. The atmosphere was vibrant, fun and dimmed perfectly. Our waiter "Duke" was SUPERB! He treated us fabulously and gave us the best service ever! Our food was served with perfect timing from our beverages to our appetizer, our salad, entree and dessert. Everything was PERFECT! This is a great place for couples, groups, families and anyone! Thank you Chart House for a memorable Valentine's!!!
Really a great alternative to Waikiki waterfront restaurants.
Evening meal at The Chart House was an overall good experience with a couple minor hiccups. We arrived a few minutes early and would be first seated as the restaurant opened and were offered to get a drink at the bar - because we didn’t want a drink, hostess a little huffy and said “ there’s a bench around the corner”. Only other dislike we had was the attire of the ladies serving bar drinks - felt like they were wearing “Hooters” type skirts. This is a very nice restaurant with servers dressed very conservatively and classy. Otherwise food and service were exceptional!
Great fresh seafood, live entertainment with ukelele player which was the perfect volume for conversing, great view of the marina and an exceptional friendly staff. We'll go again this week.
This restaurant was recommended by several sources, but turned out to be very mundane. The food was un-spectacular and disappointing. The service was sharp and the staff friendly but not overly familiar which is great. Our table was a covered area on the water overlooking the marina, and the night air was perfect.
Fair price range
A kind clerk
But the poor hygiene of the dishes needs to be improved
A busy , well staffed restaurant that does no nonsense dinners. Specializing in steaks and seafood, especially local fish. Portions are good and quality is excellent.
My only complaint is that my husband's Pina Colada was weak and watery. Even my Kettle One martini was weak and I can't even explain that! The drinks were not worth the cost. Food was very good and hearty!
We had high hopes for The Chart House, sadly we were disappointed. First impressions weren’t great as we and all the other 530 reservations (the first of the night) weren’t seated until closer to 545 because the tables weren’t ready. That’s really unacceptable.
The waitstaff was fabulous during our meal and they have a dedicated cocktail server which I thought was a great touch. The drinks aren’t very strong but I prefer mine that way. And the other great point is the view of the harbor.
On to our meals, the price for the amount of food you get is pretty great for Waikiki. Sadly, the menu is stuck in bygone eras where lots of heavy sauce and huge portions were the norm. My husband chose the special menu which four courses: calamari (fine, huge portion), chowder (fine, nothing special), crab stuffed shrimp that were breaded and huge and covered in Hollandaise that was super heavy. He finished with cheesecake which was again fine.
I started with a Ceaser salad the most updated think we saw, and continued with garlic steak, once again swimming in garlic butter sauce. I will say the mashed potatoes were delicious. I had a creme brûlée for dessert which was fine but lacked the pretty brown sugar glaze.
Nothing was horrible food wise, but we would have had better food next door at Outback or Red Lobster abc we aren’t fans of large chain restaurants.
Food was fantastic. The people in our party had Mahimahi, King Salmon, and two different kinds of Ahi, and all were superb. Had to wait for a table about 20 minutes past our reservation time, but in the end it was well worth the wait.
Hostess seemed like She was hung over. Despite reservation we were delayed in seating by 15 minutes.
This was a special occasion. I got the table that I wanted. Jeff and Sam did a great job!! They are a credit to the Chart House family!
Had good service and delicious food
The price is high for what you get although the food is quite good. The servers really are top notch, however the hosting staff and seaters leave a lot to be desired. They dont acknowledge new customers and seem quite rude. Attitude and expression is sour. The noise level is quite oppressive and the seating seems very cramped. Atmosphere is pretty stuffy and I would say it seems a bit dirty in appearance.
Great seafood - try the clam chowder. Staff are very helpful and friendly. This restaurant is one of our favorites and has been for many years :)
Be ready to eat a lot!
We ordered 4 different entrees and each was excellent. My sea bass was perfect! The bread was amazing and the waiter brought us more when we tore through the first basket.
We totally enjoyed our dinner at the Chart House. We had a great table in the bar section of the restaurant, looking out at the harbor. The singer who was performing was excellent. We will be back the next time we’re in Waikiki.
Awesome location at the marina in Honolulu. Went for evening meal and a beautiful sunset. Food was wonderful.
Very lively place, with very good music and the food was exceptional