Re-Discover International Market Place’s Grand Lanai
(Sponsored) Home to a collection of 7 full-service restaurants in the heart of Waikiki offering ample outdoor dining options, the Grand Lanai is the answer to the dining doldrums that many of us fell victim to over the last two years.
Home to a collection of 7 full-service restaurants in the heart of Waikiki offering ample outdoor dining options, the Grand Lanai is the answer to the dining doldrums that many of us fell victim to over the last two years. Three of the seven restaurants are new to the collection, with old fan favorites like Herringbone and Stripsteak still serving up delectable bites and cheers-worth libations.
The iconic bakery’s first location in Waikiki most certainly does not disappoint. The full-service restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and the famous bakery counter stocked full of your favorite pastries and of course – Coco Puffs.
An ‘Ohana-run restaurant featuring daily live music, ‘ono food and lots of aloha, Moani Waikiki is an extention of the Keolanui brothers’ kanikapila sessions at Tutu’s garage in Kuli’ou’ou. Their menu features recipes passed down from generations and local-style cocktails like Bingo Bango Mango and Lilikoi Mule.
Brought to you by the local restauranteurs who operate ShoreFyre also located on the Grand Lanai, Skybox Taphouse is the sports enthusiasts dream dining destination. The restaurant boasts over 40 TVs and a unique outdoor “tailgating” area. The food and beverage rival the sporting ambiance, featuring a fully stocked bar, ample ice-cold beers and drool-worthy pizza and pasta options.
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Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi
Chef Roy’s plantation inspired restaurant pays homage to Hawaii’s vibrant culineary heritage using what is available from local farmers, ranchers, foragers and fishermen. You’ll find delicious menu items like Ume Glazed Grilled Pork Bao Buns, Kona Kamapchi Crudo, Lobster Plantation Paella, 1849 Hapa Burger and more.
Recently re-opened under new management by Aoki Group, Herringbone features coastal cuisine with an emphasis on line-caught seafood and high quality meats. The restaurant’s popular Oyster Hour and Weekend Brunch offerings are must-dos for any foodie and the laid-back yet stylish ambiance sets the scene for a memorable dining experience.
Home to the famous ShoreFyre 50/50 Burger, this locally-owned and operated restaurant serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus weekend brunch. The daily live music, including their popular Weekend Concert Series kept the vibe alive in Waikiki the last two years featuring popular artists like Tavana, Mike Love, Natural Vibrations and more.
A fan favorite since day one, Stripsteak Waikiki continues to wow diners with exceptional steaks among a selection of many other flavorful options like Macadamia Nut-Crusted Mahimahi, Truffle-Miso Soup, Tandoori Octopus and more. Their cocktail menu boasts a line-up refreshing and fun local-inspired cocktails like the Banzai Pipeline made with Passion Fruit Falernum and Hawaiian Chili.
For restaurant hours and menus, visit shopinternationalmarketplace.com/dining.