Let’s face it, holiday décor is very pleasant and goes a long way to get you in the holiday spirit, but for many, the real joy of the holidays is the food. And for those who love the holidays for the food, they are in luck, because food has been a fundamental part of Hawaiian culture since... well, the beginning of Hawaiian culture (see: Hawaiians, luau), and Waikiki Beach Walk has a long tradition of honoring Hawaiian culture.
So along with superb mele (music) and hula presentations through the season (check them out here
), here are the tastiest ways to enjoy holiday feasting at Waikiki Beach Walk.
First up, is the granddaddy of feasts in America, Thanksgiving. And Yard House
wants to add a little volume to that special day, with a proud promotion they modestly call, “Thanksgiving like all the others, but with louder music and 250 kegs.”
We’ll take their word for it, and note that their Thanksgiving Day menu includes an item called “Fried Nashville Hot Turkey,” and that they also have over 100 TVs as well as 100+ beers on tap. We will then point out the obvious that there is of course football played on Thanksgiving, which matches up pretty well with so many TVs and beers.
All in all, it sounds like a perfectly brash and spicey twist on a traditionally reflective day.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
is also adding some sizzle to this holiday season, going all out in preparation to handle any kind of holiday celebration you have in mind. Whether it’s intimate family gatherings... large family gatherings... full, office wide company holiday parties, or a holiday treat just for your special co-workers, Ruth’s Chris is ready to make any holiday gathering super-special.
Want proof? Right now, if you book a holiday lunch between now and November 30, you’ll receive a $150 gift card!
Named after the charming southern Sicilian town, Taormina Sicilian Cuisine
has Executive Chef Hiro Mimura adding a modern flair to traditional Sicilian dishes, honoring the simplistic beauty of light sauces paired with fresh pasta, grilled fish, lamb, and steamed vegetables seasoned with an array of herbs. The results are ono (Hawaiian), Oishi (Japanese) and of course, delizioso (we’ll let you guess that one) ...in other words, delicious in any language.
Besides this sumptuous fare making you merry, Taormina brightens the holidays even more with a special adds a special $20 store credit for every $100 spent on gift cards purchased from now until December 15.*
* (Please note that purchases must amount to a minimum of $100 per location and can be purchased in person at each venue, and Kama’aina discounts do not apply to purchases of gift cards, but can be applicable for dine-in purchases).
The holidays are joyous and fun, and Giovanni Pastrami
takes joy and fun seriously -along with the NFL and college football seasons- by adding super drink and food specials to their Happy Hour, and featuring a mouth-watering menu selection that will bring joy to any kind of appetite. This is a very serious selection of delectable-ness
This includes the best pizza in Waikiki, and of course, as their proud name implies, the best pastrami in Waikiki, which obviously also means the best Reuben sandwich in Waikiki.
Of course, when anyone mentions Roy’s
, they automatically think of souffles. Actually, most people think of dynamic, fusion cuisine, as Roy Yamaguchi was one of the founders of Hawaiian Regional Cuisine, which featured innovative combinations of Pacific Island cooking with locally sourced ingredients. And that makes for a delectable fusion of you, Roy’s, and your family or co-workers for holiday gatherings.
But his Chocolate Souffles are sumptuously stunning, rich, decadent and renowned to many. And Roy’s has made this holiday season is made merrier and brighter by a special offer of a FREE MELTING HOT CHOCOLATE SOUFFLÉ KIT FOR TWO WITH PURCHASE OF $250 GIFT CARD.
This is a limited time offer, and includes some restrictions. Get all the info here