This will be our ninth year and we’re looking forward to seeing all of you crazy people again while we bring the Christmas cheer to Honolulu (while conforming to all posted restaurant-occupancy levels).
Traditions are important around the Holidays, so we tried to keep to the stops that you all know and love:
- 5:30–7:30 p.m. at Tiki’s Bar and Grill
- Parade of Santas: Meet at the corner in front of Tiki’s on Kalakaua Avenue at 7:30. The Parade begins at 7:40 sharp and we march to Maui Brewing Co. Waikīkī
- 8–10 p.m. Maui Brewing Maui Brewing Co. Waikīkī
- 10–11:30 p.m. Mooses and Kelley O’Neil’s on Lewers Street
There is a dress code, it is Santa. You must dress up. A Santa hat is not enough, full Holiday regalia is required. Buy a Santa suit. Borrow a Santa suit. Make a Santa suit. Steal a Santa suit. If you’re not into Santa go with Mrs. Claus, Buddy the Elf, one of the Ho-Ho-Hoes, a Christmas Tree, Donny the Dancing Dreidel. Whatever floats your candy cane. Just don’t wear your street clothes and a hat. Check out the wall photos if you need inspiration.
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