Discover some of the most incredible dining experiences right here. We are pleased to share some of our adventures with you! Enjoy a Taste of Oahu Dining from malasada at leonards bakery to Chun Wah Kam Noodle Factory, Kapolei
Brandy’s Bar & Grill 4510 Salt Lake Blvd.
Brandy’s Bar & Grill, located on Salt Lake Blvd., right next to Ice Palace Hawaii, is the ultimate local bar. It’s authentic neighborhood-bar character is a welcome alternative.
Favorites include deep-fried mushrooms — that comes with several different dipping sauces — fish & chips, burgers, sandwiches, chicken wings, amazing garlic fries, and ice-cold beer.
The setting is complete with pool table, big screen TV’s, karaoke and darts, great for watching a good ballgame or weekly pau hana.
What’s great about Brandy’s is the food is hot, delicious, satisfying, and the service is outstanding. Guaranteed to put you in a good mood.
Navy Marine Golf Course Sunday Brunch at Seven Palms
You don’t have to know a birdie from a bogie to appreciate the impressive golf course views from the lanai at the Seven Palms — just upstairs from the Pro Shop at the Navy Marine Golf Course.
Looking for a place to take your houseguests for a farewell meal on the way to the airport, this is the place. Open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and open at 10:30 on Sundays, the food and the setting will not disappoint.
The Sunday brunch buffet, for $23.95 per person, encourages diners to try a little of everything — from the made-to-order omelet and pasta stations, with house-made marinara and Alfredo sauces, to the roast beef carving station, featuring USDA Choice garlic herb Baron of Beef, to the imported cheeses, premium seafood selections, pancakes with fresh toppings, Kalua pork, and seasonal fruits and desserts. A select ala carte menu is also available for those with smaller appetites.
Lanai seating overlooking the putting green and fairways is a lovely place to enjoy your morning coffee, or afternoon cocktail, including a wine list of 20 wines, all by the glass or by the bottle. Daily happy hour is from 4 to 6 p.m.
Larry’s Bakery 4369 Lawehana St.
This family-run business takes pride in father Larry’s treasured recipes, which include a whole menu of sweet treats for breakfast, the office, for special occasions, when you want to brighten someone’s day. The brother-and-sister team — Lance and Iris Yafuso oversee the daily baking of doughnuts, cookies, brownies, cakes and edible art, which include fondant decorated Easter egg cookies, cupcake bouquets and special ordered custom cakes from this warehouse-like storefront.
Need favors for a bridal shower? Celebrating a first birthday? Looking for some special Easter treats? Larry’s creative designers have a wide assortment of adorable goodies for every occasion. Add color to your table setting, or make any gift unique.
Don’t miss out on the heavenly cinnamon bread, which is one of the popular items sold as part of fundraising events. With reasonable prices and great profit returns for your organization, contact Larry’s for you next fundraiser.
Open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday from 6 a.m. to 12 noon, and closed on Sundays.
For more information, call 422-0059.
Henry Louis Restaurant 2850 Paa St. 833-3728
Open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., Henry Louis (sports bar) is all about the great food — fall-off-the-bone ribs, teriyaki chicken, potato skins, sashimi, poke, oysters, crab and avocado sandwich, French dip, prime rib, pork chops, steaks, salads, and beer (actually a full bar).
The service is quick, the food is hot, and the prices reasonable. This place is always packed (a good sign), most of the customers are regulars (another good sign), the staff is super friendly, there is a Cheers-type, everyone-knows-your-name character, there is karaoke — all the necessary ingredients for an overall popular local hangout. Oh, and parking is free.
Sushi Restaurant @ the Honolulu Country Club
This golf course and restaurant both have a strong local, island-wide following. The beautiful setting includes a swimming pool and outdoor party area, ideal for private parties, weddings and special occasions.
Check out the Honolulu Country Club Facebook page for a colorful and mouth-watering sampling of custom-created masterpiece dishes. The venue is popular for business meetings, banquets and even art shows.
Sushi restaurant has an outstanding surf and turf menu, including furikake crusted salmon, shrimp scampi with capellini, garlic teriyaki rib eye steak, porcini crusted filet mignon, pulehu T-bone steak, and a molasses and almond crusted rack of lamb.
Located on the second floor of the clubhouse, the restaurant offers lovely views of the fairways and greens, and a delicious complement to a day of golfing.
Country club membership is required.
Much Aloha to Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties and Island Homes Collection, Who bring wonderful neighborhoods and some of our favorite dining options.