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Grab Your Forks and Get Ready for Grand Lānai Restaurant Week 2018

(Sponsored) From April 9 through 16, eight International Market Place eateries will offer prix fixe menus at special prices.



International Market Place is thrilled to bring back Grand Lānai Restaurant Week, April 9 through 16, with unique offerings at a star-studded array of chef-driven eateries. As with last year, diners during this week can enjoy signature prix fixe menus for special prices at eight of Waikīkī’s finest restaurants: Roy Yamaguchi’s Eating House 1849, Yauatcha, Baku, The Street, STRIPSTEAK, Flour and Barley, Goma Tei and Herringbone.


Poke Bowl II

That’s not the only sequel going down. Poke Bowl II, hosted by Olena Heu, is happening Friday, April 13, from 5:30 to 6:30pm. Eating House 1849 chef Randy Bangloy will battle STRIPSTEAK chef Jamie Zager. The contest is free and open to the public, so come down to taste each chef’s traditional and specialty poke creations and vote for the winner. Plus, the first 75 guests will receive a special gift!


Dine, Post and Win

From April 9 through 16, post your favorite dish to Instagram and tag @intlmktplace, #MarketPlaceStories and #GrandLanai and you’ll be entered to win a $250 International Market Place restaurant gift card of your choice.

Note: To win, contestants must also be a follower of @intlmktplace.*

"Instant Bacon" from STRIPSTEAK


An Evening with Michael Mina

To close out the week, An Evening with Michael Mina offers a one-of-a-kind experience with the James Beard Award-winning chef. He’ll take guests on a culinary journey under the stars, preparing a multicourse meal inspired by his tremendously successful STRIPSTEAK, The Street and Mina’s Fish House restaurants. Don’t miss this intimate, unique offering on Monday, April 16, from 5:30 to 9 p.m.



With tons of self-parking and a valet service available, parking for your Grand Lānai Restaurant Week adventures will always be stress free. The parking entrance is located at the intersection of Kūhiō Avenue and Walina Street.


PLUS: Enter to Win

HONOLULU is giving one lucky winner a $100 Goma Tei gift card! To enter, just fill out the form below. Good luck!


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*Visit GrandLanai.com for official rules, menus, offers and more.


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