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An open air grille, a few minutes walk from the lobby is the Coast Grille & Oyster Bar located in Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. Split in two levels with chic, trendy furniture and a view of the fabulous beach is how the restaurant is made up. Serving authentic pacific rim cuisine with a special Hawaiian twist is the Chef Piet Wigmans forte. The food is tasty, flavored, with each morsel a treat to your senses. It also has an Oyster bar that serves Shrimp Cocktail, Shashimi, Clams. So have dinner here and enjoy the view.
The most important meal of the day is the break fast. Have it at a casual open-air restaurant offering American cuisine, 'Ocean Terrace' located in the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the Hapuna and the Pacific Ocean while having your favorite American breakfast or you can select from an impressive list of healthy breakfast options. Not just this, try something new with island favorites offered in its a la carte menu.
In the mood for a light snack, or a want to have a drink without having to dress for it? Then step into Beach Bar in the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. Wearing your beach attire, just walk into the restaurant with the beautiful beach as its backdrop. Munch on hotdogs, burgers or salads. Not just this, sip on a cocktail while you watch the sunset slowly turning the sky a burnished orange. If you're in Hawaii for the summer then look up the 'Dive-In' movies on Saturday nights for free.
Located on a 45-minute drive from Alii Drive in Kona and 20 minutes or less from the timeshares and grand resorts along the Kohala Coast, this restaurant and nightclub is certainly one of the most unique on the island. A quick turn off Akoni Pule Highway toward Kawaihae Harbor will bring you right to the entrance of this island hot spot. This is a spot to spend an evening of fresh fish entrees and live music that ranges from classic rock to reggae. On weekends, the locals will show up to show off their island styles, fancy wheels and even fancier dance steps.
Set in a casual space, Banjy's Paradise Bar & Grill is a sports bar that is known for its delicious Hawaiian-inspired American eats and happy hour menu. Don’t be surprised if you walk in and see your worries slip away as the Kanikapila music reaches your ears. They also usually have singers and bands coming in, who add quite a lively touch to the laid-back atmosphere. The best time to visit this convivial place is during 4p to 7p when patrons can avail some great deals on drinks. If you begin to feel famished, opt for Tortilla Soup, Ribeye Steaks or the Mahi Ono. The dishes are not popular without a reason. If you are looking for a memorable time, an evening at Banjy's Paradise Bar & Grill is exactly what you might need.
Located in Kawaihae just minutes from mega resorts and upscale neighborhoods along the Kohala Coast, this casual eatery has become an area staple with a reputation for good prices, fresh seafood and friendly service. It's a perfect spot for tourists who want to venture away to someplace more authentic and spend a night in a local character. Menu features everything from pizzas to burgers and lots of fresh fish.
This little café is just one of a handful of small local eateries along the entrance to Kawaihae Harbor. The space verges on cramped, and is simple and functional with plain signage. The menu is typical, offering several plate lunch specials and sushi for a reasonable price. Folks who work at the loading docks across the street come for a quick and affordable lunch and a cool drink to get some relief from the hot tropical sun. The panko-breaded local catch is certainly a winner for a cheap and tasty dinner while the shrimp tempura salad is worth the hassle of hunting for that elusive parking stall.
Kohala Burger and Taco is one of the smaller shops in a small cluster of shops and eateries in Kawaihae, but not one to be overlooked. The burger place is a perfect spot for yummy, juicy burgers and flavorful tacos. This burger spot prides itself on using island grass-fed beef and homemade tortillas. The prices are a bargain, especially when you compare it to nearby resort offerings, and the staff is friendly and helpful. The eatery is very small, but what lies inside this cheery eatery is perhaps one of the best deals in the neighborhood. Skip the resort food and enjoy more for a lot less.