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Summer Specials At Waikiki Beach Walk

July 01, 2023

Start the summer off strong with a tasty new menu, sustainable summer deals and internationally acclaimed entertainment at Waikiki Beach Walk. Nestled in the heart of Hawaii, this noteworthy destination offers a collection of unique shopping choices, locally crafted treasures and acclaimed dining establishments.

Filet mignon with a slice cut out to reveal a perfectly pink center.Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Now Introducing Lunch
This Waikiki Beach Walk standout launches its lunch menu on Fridays and Saturdays featuring favorites like the signature Filet Mignon, Steak and Frites and Ruth’s Cheeseburger. Also available is a delicious Prix Fixe meal including a salad, filet and shrimp and accompaniment for $52. Each cut of steak is chosen for its ideal thickness, tenderness, and rich marbling, ensuring an exceptional dining experience. Available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Mele Hali’a
Experience the enchantment of Mele Hali‘a as Waikiki Beach Walk presents a showcase of Hawaiian musical talent. Join us on Sunday, July 23 from 5 to 6 p.m. for an unforgettable performance by Bobby Moderow, Jr., a celebrated musician, singer-songwriter, and masterful slack key guitarist. Born and raised on Oahu, he has been immersed in the world of music since the age of 9. As a founding member of Maunalua, a six-time Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award-winner, Bobby is a respected artist in the realm of slack key and falsetto. Don't miss this opportunity to share in the joy of music with one of Hawaii's most exceptional and acclaimed talents, and mark your calendars for Sunday, August 20, when Waikiki Beach Walk welcomes Jerry Santos and Kamuela Kimokea, featuring hula by Kawaikapuokalani Hewett.

Blue Sustainable Summer by Outrigger logoSustainable Summer
In support of Mālama Hawaii, from now through August 31 Waikiki Beach Walk is partnering with Outrigger Hospitality Group and its “Sustainable Summer” campaign by highlighting sustainable products, practices and community events. Visit the website for more details and upcoming events:

At Keep It Simple you can do your part to help clean our beloved beaches. Rent a sand sifter for $5, take a picture while using it and tag @keepitsimplehonolulu to receive your choice of a 15% store discount or a free body scrub.

KaiAloha Supply was founded with the goal of providing apparel and accessories for people who love, respect, protect, and have compassion for the ocean and its beauty, and to have Aloha in everything they do. Purchase any item from their store for the option to additionally purchase a durable and reusable canvas tote. The small tote is just $2 or $3 for the large, and KaiAloha will contribute $1 to a local environmental nonprofit for every bag sold. Limited to one tote per customer.