5 Posh Pau Hana Spots in Hawai'i

BY The Editors | June 26, 2017 | Feature Features

Here are 50 of the finest things happening in Hawai‘i's food scene.
Cool and chic vibes at The Laylow Waikiki's new Hideout

COPPER BAR Enjoy delectable bites and drinks at the Copper Bar at the historic Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. The white crescent beach it overlooks is out-of-this-world. 62-100 Mauna Kea Beach Drive, Kohala Coast, Hawai‘i Island, 882.5707

HIDEOUT It’s official. Waikīkī has a chic new hot spot, and it’s at The Laylow Waikiki’s eatery, Hideout. While chef Bryan Byard’s spin on local classics shouldn’t be missed for breakfast, lunch or dinner, it’s the pau hana sessions here that have been drawing local trendsetters and stylish in-the-know travelers. 2299 Kūhiō Ave., Waikīkī, O‘ahu, 628.3060

HOUSE WITHOUT A KEY If you’re looking for the quintessential island experience, with epic sunsets, live hula dancers and music, stop by House Without a Key at Halekulani. Order the famed mai tai and watch former Miss Hawaii winners perform. And don’t forget to have the legendary coconut cake, which has vanilla creme anglaise and raspberry coulis. 199 Kālia Road, Waikīkī, O‘ahu, 923.2311

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