Chef Mavro
Earning the highest possible awards for culinary excellence by both the Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, and topping the list as one of Honolulu’s best restaurants by the San Francisco Examiner, Chef Mavro is a restaurant not to be missed! Featuring Hawaii regional cuisine by celebrity chef George Mavrothalassitis of Provence, Chef Mavro is proud to offer a perfectly paired glass of wine with each item on the menu. The culinary wonders offered include the freshest local fish, chicken and locally grown fresh vegetables, light sauces, Provencal flair with herbs and olive oil—and the GQ Magazine award-winning signature recipe “Onaga on a Salt Crust.”

Duke’s Canoe Club
The best Prime Rib we can offer including salad bar and Hawaiian music. Right on the beach at the Outrigger Waikiki, a great place for the family to enjoy!

La Mer
Dining at the elegant the elegant oceanfront La Mer is a rich sensory experience of superb taste and impeccable service enhanced by the ever-present sounds of “la mer”, or “the sea” of Waikiki. La Mer features exquisite Neoclassic French cuisine and is the only restaurant in Hawai‘i to receive the coveted AAA Five Diamond (Restaurant Award).

This elegant restaurant is located on the second level of the historic Main Building. Fresh island ingredients are used in dishes inspired by flavors from the south of France.

Alan Wong’s
Originally from the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, this Big Island Chef has gone out on his own and created one of the latest HOT SPOTS in town, featuring Hawaiian Regional Cuisine.

Hoku's at The Kahala Hotel & Resort is heralded for its innovative fusion fare which melds Hawaiian, Asian and European flavors. Hoku's is consistently ranked as one of Hawaii's best restaurants.

With a twist on contemporary Island cuisine, Hoku's returns to the basics and revamps the classics.  Ingredients are a mix of fresh locally grown produce and imports from abroad. Hoku's has a breathtaking beachside setting with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean from every table in the multi-level dining room.  Also competing for guest's attention is the open kitchen featuring fiery hot woks, a kiawe wood grill, tandoori and wood-burning ovens.

Sansei Seafood
Contemporary sushi and new wave Asian inspired dishes served in a lively setting is what makes Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar a critic’s favorite. Wine Spectator called Sansei “Endless innovation with a strong Japanese accent.” Bon Appetit named the restaurant one of their “Favorite Asian Restaurants” and one of “America’s Best Sushi Bars.”

In Japanese the word sansei refers to “third generation” and founder D.K. Kodama felt that this was a fitting name for a restaurant inspired by Japanese tradition, but serving contemporary interpretations of sushi and Asian cuisine. It is also a reference to D.K. Kodama’s background as a third generation Japanese American.

Alan Wong’s Pineapple Room
Innovative cuisine is always in season at The Pineapple Room by Alan Wong. Enjoy the world renowned chef’s signature style of Hawaii Regional Cuisine; soul-warming comfort food with a locat twist, using the freshest island ingredients.

Watch Chef de Cuisine Steven Ariel and staff at work in the exhibition kitchen, featuring a lava-clad wood-burning oven. The ambiance: casual yet elegent, with Hawaiian hospitality always on the menu.

Matteo’s Italian Restaurant
Nestled in the heart of Waikiki, Matteo’s Italian Restaurant has been offering traditional Italian specialties and Continental Cuisine in an intimate Old World setting since 1970.

A 17-time award winner of Hawaii’s Best Restaurants by Honolulu Magazine readers, Matteo’s menu features signature dishes like Osso Buco Milanese and Scallopine di Vitello. Regardless of your entrée selection, with over 700 wines and Champagnes to choose from, there is a vintage to complement your meal.

The Wright Company