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HONOLULU Magazine’s Chef’s Table feat. 7-Eleven Hawaii

Exclusive dishes and wine pairings. (Sponsored)


Chef’s Table

Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino


Click here to purchase your exclusive tickets today!


Missed our first sold-out Chef’s Table dining event? Hungry for a piece of the action? Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 8 for a unique dining experience sponsored by 7-Eleven Hawaii. Featuring Master Sommelier Roberto Viernes of Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, Master Sommelier Patrick Okubo of Young’s Market Company of Hawai‘i and mixologist Joey Gottesman, also of Young’s Market Company of Hawai‘i, this is not an event to be missed! Join us at the Mini Cooper of Hawai‘i Showroom for big bites and sophisticated sips using local ingredients found exclusively at 7-Eleven stores across Hawai‘i.


In our new Chef’s Table dining series, HONOLULU collaborates with some of the Island’s most sought after chefs and master sommeliers for an exclusive prix fixe meal created just for that evening. This Chef’s Table dinner is especially unique because it focuses solely on products carried exclusively at 7-Eleven Hawaii and elevates them for an evening of fine dining. Enjoy a multi-course international dinner with optional wine pairing made exclusively using products and wines found at your neighborhood 7-Eleven Hawaii. Here’s what you can expect:


Course 1

  • Vietnamese-style rice noodle salad with chicken

  • Bacon corn chowder with a Nanding's butter roll


Course 2

  • Spicy ahi with a sweet soy unagi glaze & sesame reduction

  • Chicken karaage with sweet chili sauce

  • Shrimp and pork shumai

  • Lechon kawali with a tomato & onion vinaigrette

  • Pesto penne with four peppers


Course 3

  • Furikake miso salmon with broccolini and peppers


Course 4

  • La Tour chocolate tapioca


Tickets are $75 with limited seating available. Click here to purchase your exclusive tickets today!


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