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The gentlemen worked very hard to make us feel at home. The conversation was lively and highly informal, and I can honestly say that the staff seemed to put fun first. We enjoyed our meal, but the best part was the party like atmosphere. The alcohol is strong, delicious and expensive, and Nick made us feel like family while we were there. If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind experience - complete with swords and personal conversations with everyone who works there - this is the place for you! MoreOpenTable Diner -
The setting was 2nd story, ocean view, open air, and... awesome Turns out that I arrived just before happy hour ended so was coached about small remaining window by my server, Merty (sp?) who, BTW, was excellent the entire evening. I stayed beyond dinner for dancing and music. Casablanca, the live jazz band that was playing was very talented and played a wide selection of music, some with vocals. The price was quite reasonable, and the evening thoroughly enjoyable. MoreOpenTable Diner -
This family fun event will be an experience your family will remember for many years to come presented in Hoku Amphitheater with festivities beginning at 6:00 pm! Featuring interactive cultural events, from learning how to weave a fish from a palm frond to ukulele lessons or string yourself or someone you love a beautiful lei.
There is also the traditional Imu ceremony, a variety of tasty Hawaiian fare for the buffet with seating in traditional Luau Style. Throughout the night, enjoy entertainment and music from our Polynesian show complete with fire dancers.
Ticket price is $175.00 per adult, $87.50 per children (12 - 5 years of age), and $25.00 for children ages 0-4 years. Advance reservations are highly recommended and once confirmed, hold a 72 hour cancellation policy.More
Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island is the site of our brewery and first restaurant.
The brewpub opened in November 1998. In true Aloha spirit, we opted to make it out of locally-sourced materials, and we even built a 2,000 square-foot outdoor lanai that lets you kick back and breathe in the fresh island air.
Inside the brewpub, you can spend a few hours lounging at our masterpiece U-shaped Koa bar with great grub and great beer. Brewery tours are available daily, and the Growler Shack is also open daily, serving beer-to-go.More
Enjoy the ultimate Kona Beach Hotel experience and reserve your place in the sun with our private garden cabanas. Treat yourself to idyllic views of our white sand beach and the turquoise ocean beyond. When you're looking for a little extra shade or need to take a break from the beach, indulge in pupu's, dinner, and drinks from our on-site restaurant, Honu's on the Beach, provided by the Cabana Host. More
CASUAL DINING, OCEAN VIEWS, & HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY!
When hunger strikes after you’ve been splashing around and playing in the pool all day, grab a quick bite to eat and rehydrate at Billfish Poolside Bar and Grille on Kona Beach. Our on-site bar and grill is your source for all-day dining, as we serve a wide variety of specialty drinks, pupus (appetizers), sandwiches, and sweets. From the crispy calamari to our fresh seafood cobb salad to wild ahi poke, Billfish Poolside Bar and Grille has something to satisfy every appetite.More
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Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, is known for its white sand beaches and beautiful weather. Most days of the year are sunny and dry because it is on the leeward side of the island. This dry, sunny weather is ideal for visiting the open bars that line the streets near the beaches. Kailua-Kona's signature Kona coffee is grown locally, and early risers will see that having a cup of joe is one of the most popular things to do early in the day. The Kailua-Kona area was originally a sleepy fishing village, and seafood continues to be the most popular type of cuisine. You'll also find opportunities to attend a traditional Hawaiian luau, featuring roasted pork, pineapple and plenty of alcohol. The local specialty, Mai-Tai, and handcrafted ales are also brewed right on the island.