A Sneak Peek of HONOLULU’s Hale ‘Aina Chefs Dinner at Et Al.

(Sponsored) Check out what’s on the menu for our one-night-only event on Nov. 12.


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I must say, Foodland has been killing it these days. In addition to its evolution into the upscale grocery chain Foodland Farms, the local supermarket has also delved into the restaurant business with successful eateries such as Redfish Poke Bar in Kaka‘ako, Pau Hana Bar inside Foodland Farms Pearl City and, last but certainly not least, Et Al. in Kāhala Mkt. Which, by the way, took home Silver in our 2021 Hale ‘Aina Awards for Best New Restaurant. Overachiever, much?


Et Al Hale Aina Dinner Spread

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto



With a casual-chic atmosphere that’s appropriate for all levels of dress—suit, aloha shirt and even rubbah slippahs—and a polished, never pretentious, menu always fresh with locally sourced and seasonal ingredients, Et Al. is one of those rare places that are perfect for any occasion. Whether you’re a regular patron, tried it once, or have never had the pleasure to dine here, there’s no better opportunity to experience the best Et Al. has to offer than our Hale ‘Aina collab dinner on Nov. 12, which includes an exclusive four-course menu, available that night only, plus specially curated wine pairings.


Tickets for this event are very limited, so don’t wait. Check out the full menu and buy your tickets on hnltix.com.



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