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2013 Administrative Professionals Week Dining Specials in Honolulu, Hawaii


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This week, local restaurants are rewarding secretaries and administrative assistants with lunch specials for their hard work. For Administrative Professionals Week from April 21-27, office workers can take a break from work and visit the following restaurants for lunch discounts. (Not a secretary? Don’t worry, you can take advantage of the specials, too.)


photo: courtesy wolfgang steakhouse

If you’re in Waikiki, stop by Wolfgang’s Steakhouse between 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from April 21-27 for a $10 lunch special. Choose from a tropical salad, a hamburger, a mahi sandwich, and fish and chips. If you’re craving a bigger meal, the restaurant will be making its happy hour “Taste of New York” special available for lunch and dinner. You’ll get a 12-ounce New York sirloin with mashed potatoes, creamed spinach and Junior’s cheesecake for $34.95. Everyone who eats lunch will be entered into a $250 prize drawing for a gift certificate and bottle of wine.
2301 Kalakaua Ave., 922-3600, wolfgangssteakhouse.net

On the opposite end of Waikiki, the Plumeria Beach House has a $45 lunch buffet from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. It includes a selection of salads, appetizers, soups, a carving station, hot foods and desserts. The menu changes daily from April 22-26.
The Kahala Hotel & Resort, 5000 Kahala Ave., 739-8888, kahalaresort.com

Over at the Hawaii Prince Hotel, you can eat and watch a music performance from Maunalua, Na Leo Pilimehana’s Lehua Kalima and Sean Naauao. The special buffet and entertainment set for April 24 will cost $46.50 per person or $465 for a table of 10.
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Hawaii Prince Hotel Mauna Kea Ballroom, 100 Holomoana St., 952-4789, princeresortshawaii.com

At The Willows Restaurant in Moiliili, there’ll be extra items on the lunch buffet menu from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on April 22-26. Chef Craig Yasaka will cook up teppanyaki New York steak, stuffed chicken cordon bleu, pasta primavera and Chinese steamed fish with lupchong. There’ll also be layered salad, smoked taro poke, steamed mini lau lau, herb crusted prime rib, butter mochi, cheese filled crepes with blueberry compote and fruit ambrosia. Catch one of two fashion shows and a Manuhealii pop-up store on Wednesday afternoon.
$23.95 per adult, $11.95 per child (4-10), 901 Hausten St., 952-9200, willowshawaii.com.

Downtown workers can walk over to Restaurant Epic, which will be offering complimentary chocolate cake for secretaries and administrative professionals who dine in for lunch.
1131 Nuuanu Ave., 587-7877, restaurantepichawaii.com

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