2017 Faces of Hawai‘i
(Special Promotional Section) Learn more about prominent Hawai‘i leaders and businesses in this special-section black-and-white photo essay.
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The Face of
Yauatcha and Herringbone
From left to right: Yauatcha management: Joshua Sugimura, Isaiah Delsi, Irina Albu, Steven Chan, Rob Mora; From left to right: Herringbone management: Drew Schaffer, Rob Mora, Brett Callis
Yauatcha, Hakkasan Group’s modern take on the traditional Cantonese tea house, serves dim sum, tea, French-inspired pastries and cocktails on the International Market Place’s Grand Lanai. The newly opened restaurant’s first location in the U.S., Yauatcha also marks Hakkasan’s Hawai‘i debut. Hakkasan Group is an international hospitality company with establishments across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Leading the industry as the unofficial face of global hospitality, its ‘brand first’ philosophy builds restaurants, nightlife and daylife businesses and soon-to-open hotels, resorts and residences into world-class hospitality brands, all with a focus on service, design, innovation and experience.
Yauatcha Waikīkī, 2330 Kalākaua Avenue, International Market Place, Honolulu, (808) 739-9318, Yauatcha.com/Waikiki
Herringbone, known for its farm-fresh cuisine with an emphasis on line-caught seafood and quality meats, will soon call home at its fourth outpost of the ocean-to-table concept helmed by chef Brian Malarkey, joining existing locations in Santa Monica and La Jolla, CA and Las Vegas, NV. At the forefront of global hospitality is Hakkasan Group, a worldwide enterprise with establishments across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Its namesake taken from its Michelin-starred restaurant, Hakkasan continues the same high-level standard for its collection of diverse brands. Its ‘brand first’ philosophy builds concepts into internationally acclaimed hospitality brands that focus on innovation, luxury and creating world-class experiences.
Herringbone, 2330 Kalākaua Avenue, International Market Place, Honolulu, (808) 797-2435, Herringboneeats.com/Locations/Waikiki