Halekulani’s Cattleya Wine Bar and Relic Wine will be hosting a tasting event featuring on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Winemaker Michael Hirby and Winery Manager Schatzi Throckmorton will give you insight into their historical and natural approach to winemaking – sourcing grapes from renowned and passionately cultivated vineyards in Napa and Sonoma and will be showcasing their wines and expertise.
Wednesday, April 17: 5:30 – 7:00 pm: Meet the Winemaker, Tasting Tour – $45 per person 7:30 pm: Wine Dinner four course - $125 per person Tasting tour and Wine dinner together - $155 per person. All prices do not include tax and gratuity.
A “woman’s drink” is anything made by a woman or being drank by a woman, as drinks themselves are inanimate and genderless. In honor of International Women’s day, we Celebrate Elizabeth "Bessie" Williamson, the former manager and owner of the Laphroaig distillery who is noted for being the first woman to manage a Scotch whisky distillery during the 20th century.
Lineage, in our perspective, is one of the most significant restaurant openings in 2018. It also represents a culinary trend of focusing Hawaii Regional cuisine on a particular ethnic influence. The current standard bearer is Chef Andew Le’s Pig and the Lady who cooks Vietnamese-centric Hawaii Regional Cuisine. Similarly, Lineage Chef, Sheldon Simeon, takes a Filipino-centric approach in creating his dishes. WRITTEN BY: LANCE NAKANO All Photos Credit to: Brendan Smith
Situated in Kakaako’s SALT complex, Fish Honolulu aims to create “Inspired seafood” through: Classics with a Modern, Island Influence” in a casual setting. The goal is to provide variety in the seafood category, as we all know that the last thing Hawaii needs is another another poke place.
Location SALT @ Our Kaka'ako 324 Coral Street Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96813 (808) 600-3160 Open Everyday: 11:00a to 9:00p https://www.fishhonolulu.com/
SKY Waikiki debuts a new experience hidden behind the walls called: “the BACKBAR speakeasy”. This intimate bar-within-a-bar setting seats approximately 20 guests with a 90 minute time limit each. Beyond the intimate setting, the featured cocktails will be based on Bar Director Jen Acrkill’s whimsey and reflect her chic, minimalist, fresh style of cocktails. A price point elevated above that of Sky and Top of Waikiki further expands Acrkill’s creativity by allowing for a wider range of ingredients.
Craft breweries are popping up everywhere, but a dozen stand out for working with a special ingredient: rice. That’s because they’re brewing saké, not beer; the taproom conversation revolves around rice milling ratios and koji rather than hops and malt.
Hotel Bars are undergoing transformation. As the craft cocktail scene becomes more prevalent, more thought is being put into these bar programs. Alia Akkam interviewed Shel Bourdon of Two Roads Hospitality about her perspective on this evolution.
Saturday, October 6th from 3:30pm-6:30pm Maui Brewing Company Waikiki will be hosting Oktoberfest 2018. The term Oktoberfest is a nod to the famous 16-day celebration of food and beer indulgence held annually in Munich Germany.