At Just $35, Eating House 1849’s Sundown Supper is a Steal
(Sponsored) Served from 4 to 6 p.m. daily, the three-course dinner makes for a delicious, wallet-friendly alternative to your regular pau hana.
The best part of summer? For me, it’s the longer days. More hours of sunlight mean more time to go on long walks, get things done and, grab dinner with friends without anxiously walking home in the dark afterward, open and unlocked phone in one hand and keychain pepper spray tightly clenched in the other.
Longer days means more freedom to do what you want, when you want, which is exactly why I think you readers should carpe diem and experience Eating House 1849’s deal for early-bird dinner diners.
Eating House 1849’s Sundown Supper debuted at the beginning of this year, and it’s been a hit since then. At just $35 per person, the prix fixe meal features three courses—appetizer, entrée and dessert—that showcase both chef Roy Yamaguchi’s culinary finesse and the elevated Pacific Rim cuisine he’s known for. Start off with three appetizers, followed by a prepared-to-your-liking catch of the day and ending with a refreshing passionfruit dreamsicle with a side of fresh fruit.
This epic deal is offered from 4 to 6 p.m. every day. Sure, that might be a bit early for dinner, but I don’t see that as a bad thing at all. Since parking at International Market Place is free for the first hour and just $2 for two, you’ll have plenty of time—and sunlight—to enjoy the food, the company and the rest of your day.