Restaurant Week Hawaii is a seven day celebration of the cuisine scene in Hawaii. From fine dining to fast-food, participating restaurants will feature special menu items, promotions and discounts. Diners can sample Hawaii’s newest restaurants, dine at old favorites and taste a variety of exceptional dishes now being prepared by Hawaii’s chefs using locally grown produce. Restaurant Week is a reminder that Hawaii is a culinary destination with top chefs, farm to table dining, wonderful wine and a lot more to discover and explore.
The goal of Restaurant Week Hawai`i is to realize a vision of an advanced culinary campus—the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Diamond Head. Graduates of Hawai`i’s first four-year culinary program will go on to serve Hawai`i’s restaurant and hospitality industry and ultimately the greater community.
A portion of the proceeds from Restaurant Week Hawaii will support the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Diamond Head.
Realizing a vision to build a world-class institute that sets a new standard for culinary education,
Creating a strong and viable workforce for Hawaii’s future,
Blending state-of-the art technology with cuisines from the east and west,
Combining leading edge business models with lessons from those who came before us,
Opening doors and changing lives of students who dream,
This is the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Diamond Head.
Get behind the scenes of the distinguished Tiki's Grill and Bar with Grant Kawasaki of Hawaiian Grown TV. A participant of the Restaurant Week Hawaii 2011, Tikis Grill and Bar boasts of a repertoire of artisanal creations that are exclusively showcased here. Watch the video to get an idea of what awaits you here.
A old friend stopped in to Tiki's Grill & Bar to film a new travel segment for a travel channel. Jon Olson the host is doing a new show called Next Stop TV. His creative team has earned seven Emmy nominations.
We talk about Tiki Mugs, Curzan Rum, Lava Flow, Coconut Cups Mai Tai, Pot Luck, Ahi Salad, Fish, Live Music.
This show Highlights Rare Underwater Scooters, Podium Raceway Go Cart Racing ,Wet N Wild Water Park, Tiki Grill And Bar, Aston Resort, Makana With Lono And LopakaCheck Out More Shows at http://www.nextstop.tv
NEXT STOP is a new TV travel show featuring the places and the people that make each destination unique. They will show you where to go, what to do and how to do it. Fun & positive entertainment is the theme of every show, featuring local music, sports & activities, local flavors and more. NEXT STOP gives you an insider’s look into each featured location.
The Tiki's Grill & Bar segment will air locally NBC on August 27 and also be featured on the inflight entertainment for Alaska Airlines.
Mahalo to the KITV morning show for supporting “Plate Up Niu Valley” a major fundraising event for Niu the Valley Middle School, organized by parents
Where Hawaii’s top chefs donate their time and expertise to mentor 48 interested students, and bring awareness and knowledge in the food industry. Hosted at the Hyatt, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2012 6:00pmChef Ronnie has already had the students from his team over to Tiki's to learn about the dish he is featuring.
More info at http://www.friendsofniuvalley.com/
I have upload the same 15 second promo spot from Tiki's Grill & Bar on four sites.
Which one do you like the best?
Jessica ♥ Jared wedding and reception in the Coconut Club, 21 floors above the ocean and beach, wonderful sunset and beach views.
Wedding Planner & Decor by Diana Caro-Salvador of www.OahuWedding.com
Location, food and drinks by Tiki's Grill & Bar www.TikisGrill.com
Waikiki, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Video By Michael Miller
On October 17th, 2011 Tiki’s Grill & Bar celebrated our 9th year in business! Mahalo to our friend Tom for catching the excitement of the night on video.
Wonderful photos were posted on http://www.honolulupulse.com
PHOTOS BY KAT WADE / Special to the Star-Advertiser
Her debut album "Anuhea" released in April of 2009. It shot to #7 on the iTunes Pop Charts, #4 on R&B, and #3 on the World/Reggae Billboard Charts and multiple singles became commercial successes on Hawaii and AAA national radio.