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Christmas dinner in Honolulu

alldayfood Nov 5, 2013 03:21 PM

Any recs for Christmas dinner with great view & food in the Honolulu area.


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  1. KaimukiMan RE: alldayfood Nov 5, 2013 06:05 PM

    Any of the fine dining restaurants in Waikiki should fit your bill if you can still get reservations for christmas day/evening. If you want a view I'd consider (working east to west) Michele's, Hau Tree Lanai, Azure, DK Steak, La Mer, Orchids, and Bali Steak&Seafood. Then from across the street the Top of Waikiki.

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      alldayfood RE: KaimukiMan Nov 6, 2013 06:12 PM

      The option of of hau tree sounds great. Tks

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      UES Mayor RE: alldayfood Nov 7, 2013 03:50 AM

      Hoku's should fit the bill.
      a short drive/taxi from Waikiki past Diamond head.

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        manomin RE: UES Mayor Nov 7, 2013 10:45 AM

        Hoku's is a great recommendation. I forget about it for some reason. Just be sure to bring slacks!

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          KaimukiMan RE: manomin Nov 7, 2013 01:35 PM

          The OP wants a place with a great view. Hoku's has a lot going for it, but at dinner it does not have a "great view."

      2. Beach Chick RE: alldayfood Nov 16, 2013 05:08 AM

        Azure at the Royal Hawaiian
        Orchids/LA Mer/House without a Key at the lovely Halekulani
        Rumfire at the Sheraton Waikiki

        Make reservations now..
        Have a wonderful time!

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          alldayfood RE: alldayfood Nov 16, 2013 05:52 AM

          Aloha!, thanks everyone for the recs.
          I'm between the restaurants in the Halekulani hotel and the Hau tree Lanai. I'll check the special menus for christmas.

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            honu2 RE: alldayfood Nov 16, 2013 03:03 PM

            It doesn't have to be mutually exclusive. Since Christmas day won't find many local residents at Waikiki beach or in Waikiki, I can see a fun day which starts with a late breakfast at Hau Tree Lanai, followed by some beach time at the adjoining beach, San Souci, and/or a walk along the Kaka`ako Waterfront Park (which has stunning views both toward Waianae and Diamond Head), followed by a later dinner at one of Halekulani's restaurants. Hau Tree Lanai is a restaurant that accepts informal dress.

          2. kaleokahu RE: alldayfood Nov 16, 2013 02:58 PM

            Hi, ADF:

            Make a friend and go to their house. No kidding.


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