Jim Beam and Tiki's awesome night of Bacon and Bourbon!

Jim Beam and Tiki's Grill & Bar come together to deliver an awesome night of Bacon and Bourbon!

Get your tickets here!

Featuring Executive Chef Ronnie Nasuti & Mixologist Chandra Lucariello

SIX Whiskey Flight along with Bacon Inspired Menu Pairing:







Amy Hanaiali'i performing "Malama Mau Hawai'i" at Tiki's Grill & Bar

Every summer,one band is picked by Shannon Scott to be featured at Tiki's Grill & Bar of a live TV show called Heineken Hot Hawaiian Nights.

Amy Hanaiali`i was the 2012 performer. Bringing her full circle for us at Tiki's Grill & Bar as she was with us on opening night, 10 years ago! 

A word from Tiki's Grill & Bar
A hip, open-air restaurant with a retro South Pacific design and experience, Tiki's Grill & Bar features a menu highlighting the flavors of the islands prepared in an open exhibition kitchen. The restaurant appeals to residents and visitors alike and draws the late-night crowd with live contemporary Hawaiian entertainment every evening. Tiki's Grill & Bar provides a casual American and Pacific-Rim menu with flavors of the islands, using fresh local produce. Tiki's offers lanai seating with beautiful sunsets on Kuhio Beach. Established in October of 2002 as a family restaurant and bar, Tiki's is located on the second floor in the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel. Lined with 13-foot tiki torches and topped with a 30-foot, red-glowing volcano, capping the outside bar area. Free Valet Parking.

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KFVE's Heineken Hot Hawaiian Nights filmed Tiki's Grill & Bar.

All rights are retained by the original artist(s) & series creators.

REAL Beer Festival Big Isle beef cupcake with truffled foie gras hau’ula tomato ketchup

REAL Beer Festival
Saturday, July 27, 2013 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Parking lot across of Ward 16 Theatres (1031 Auahi Street)
Showcasing 50 plus Craft Beers from Hawaii, Mainland U.S. and International Breweries.
Live entertainment featuring classic rock, funk, originals and current rock hits; progressive blue grass and a blues ensemble.
Food from Oahu’s Premier Restaurants.

Big Isle beef cupcake with truffled foie gras hau’ula tomato ketchup

Big Isle beef cupcake with truffled foie gras with whipped mashed potatoes flavored with beets, white truffle & Hudson Valley foie gras.  Homemade  Hau’ula Yellow tomato ketchup. Bacon, chives & fried garlic sprinkled on top.


Video from KITV - Tantalize your food palate for a cause! - Chef Ronnie cooks up Big Island Beef Loco Moco, Foie Gras

Video from KITV - Tantalize your food palate for a cause! | This Morning - KITV Home.

Big Island Beef Loco Moco, Foie Gras

Chef Ronnie cooks up Big Island Beef Loco Moco, Foie Gras Fried Rice, Sunny Side up Quail Egg on KITV morning show.

Saturday, April 13, 2013 * 5:30 p.m.
The Royal Hawaiian
Ocean Lawn and Monarch Ballroom
Semi-Formal Attire * Black Tie Invited

Sip refreshing libations ...
Sample culinary delights ...
Shop amazing silent and live auctions ...
Strut the night away on the dance floor ...
Support a worthy cause.

Tantalize Your Palate with the Many Flavors of Hawaii ...


Alexander Valley Vineyards Wine Dinner Party - Tiki's

Alexander Valley Vineyards Wine Dinner Party - Tiki's

Tuesday Feb 5th 2013  6:00 PM ‘till 8:30 PM

Alexander Valley Vineyards - Winemaker Harry Wetzel, IV
Tiki’s Grill & Bar - Chef Ronnie Nasuti

Your evening will include a delectable five course menu by Executive Chef Ronnie Nasuti, each course paired with an award winning varietal from Alexander Valley Vineyards.

Each wine will be described as poured by third generation winemaker, Harry Wetzel, IV.

The evening’s menu with paired varietal follows:

2010 Estate Chardonnay

Amuse-bouche - porcelain spoons of Hau'ula tomato panna cotta

white balsamic candied tomatoes, bacon foam

2012 Gewürz

hawaiian opakapaka stew

tom yum consommé, Hamakua shimegi, squid ink capellini

2009 Estate Merlot

pan roasted quail “duckin”

foie gras & chicken stuffed quail, waimanalo arugula, merlot reduction


2010 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon

macadamia nut fed wild boar pastelle

island plantains, gandule rice chip, merlot paint, olive powder

 2009 Temptation Zinfandel

big isle lamb duet

herb stuffed roulade, tatsoi purée, confit lamb & taro hash cake, poha zin jam


Okinawan sweet potato ice cream, Kona coffee tapioca


***Seating for this event is extremely limited and will sell out quickly.***

***No tickets will be available at the door.***

Tickets are non-refundable, but may be transferred.




Beam Inc.’s Holiday industry appreciation party

What: Beam Inc., maker of the world’s #1 bourbon whiskey and one of the world’s leading spirits companies, celebrates 218 years of a proud family heritage with a thank-you to Hawaii’s beverage industry professionals for supporting their brands!
Where: Tiki’s Grill & Bar
When: Wednesday, November 28 
 More Photos at: http://www.honolulupulse.com/bars-clubs/pics-beam-mahalo-party-at-tikis


 Dress to impress for the red carpet and rub shoulders with VIPs and your favorite representatives from the bar, club and liquor industries at this special industry appreciation party. 

Upon entry,

 guests will get a wristband with four different tabs that they can redeem at each of the four drink bars: The Pinnacle Vodka bar, Sauza Tequila bar, Cruzan Rum bar and the main bar, stocked to the brim with Beam Inc. products. 

Don’t forget to take a tour at the Whiskies of the World tasting table.

Lve music and entertainment to keep the night rocking. 

Think you’ve got what it takes to participate in the Spirits Throwdown game? Guests will be challenged to identify different Jim Beam spirits just by smelling them. Whoever gets the most right will be entered in a raffle for the grand prize, a Jim Beam surfboard! As the night comes to an end, parting gifts will be handed out to all the guests. Come as a friend, leave as family! 

Give away a 10’ Cruzan Paddleboard. Free valet parking for three hours will be provided. This event is open to those 21 and older. 

Tiki’s Grill & Bar Restaurant Week Menu 2012

November 12th through the 18th 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.


Chef Ronnie 3-Course Meal
$30 per person
First Course – Heavy Pupus include:
Crab & Boursin Cheese Luau Dip
Coconut, Custard, Three Cheeses, Corn Tortilla Chips
Truffled Garlic & Togarashi Edamame
Steamed Edamame, Pepper Spice, Beurre Blanc, Hawaiian Salt
Island Ahi Tartar Tiki Stack
Avocado, Hawaiian Chili Harrisa, Quail Egg, Crostini
Second Course – Entrée includes:
Kahalu’u Smoked Meat
Avocado Wood Smoked, Guava Jelly, Big Isle Poha Berries
Sizzling “Roll You’re Own” Lettuce Wraps
Sliced Beef Ribeye, House made Kim Chee, Maui Butter lettuce
Calamari Katsu
Panko Calamari Steak, Blue Crab & Shrimp Salsa, Lemongrass Butter, Crispy Capers
Third Course – Dessert:
Peanut Butter & Jelly Taro Bread Pudding Monte Cristo
Tempura Crisped, Smoked Bacon


To make reservtions go to: http://tikisgrill.com/restaurant-week-hawaii-2012/?context=create

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

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.  

Team Primo Top Finishers in the Molokaʻi Hoe celebrates at Tikis!

Last weekend’s annual Molokai Hoe was held in some of the worst and more grueling conditions that the race has ever seen. In 5-10 knot south-west winds, over 100 canoe crews battled across the Molokai Channel. The Molokai Channel usually notorious for its strong winds and massive ocean swells, proved other wise as crews navigated the flat and arid conditions.

The world championships of outrigger canoe racing begins on Molokai at Hale O Lono Harbor on October 7th and ends over 40 miles later in Waikiki.

When it was pau, Team Primo hosted a dinner in the ocean room & lanai at Tiki's Grill & Bar. The private buffet menu included:    

Island Taro Rolls, Tender Baby Nalo Greens Salad, Steamed White Rice, Garlic & Herb Butter Sauteed Vegetables, Macadamia Nut Island Mahimahi, Teriyaki Chicken Breast Sweet Soy Ginger Sauce, Guava Glazed BBQ Ribs Ono Spice Rubbed Pork Ribs, Mango Coconut Cake and of course Primo Beer.

Team Primo featured a veteran mix of paddlers from Oahu, Maui and the Big Island. While it competes under the flag of Maui's Wailea Canoe Club, the team is sponsored by Primo beer. Those on the crew are Jimmy Austin, Mike Judd, Felipe Gomes, Kai Bartlett, Kekoa Cramer, Kaihe Chong, Will Reichenstein, Mael Carey and Jacob Abeytia.

“The Molokaʻi Hoe has become one of the longest running annual team sporting events in Hawaiʻi, second only to football. The Molokaʻi Hoe perpetuates one of Hawaii’s and Polynesia’s most important and historic cultural traditions, while honoring outrigger canoe paddlers around the world. The Molokaʻi Hoe tests the limits of physical and mental strength and endurance, courage determination and teamwork, and paddlers must also battle nature’s most extreme elements.”-Molokai Hoe Website

Team Primo Training for the race.

Team Primo still holds the record for fastest time posted by a crew from Hawaii (4:42:59), which it set last year. The crew finished fifth overall after crossing the line second, fifth and third in the 2009, 2010 and 2011 editions of the Molokai Hoe.

The Final Results 2012 are as follows:

1     76     SHELL VA’A-1     OPEN GLASS     TAHITI     5:15:49
2     59     EDT VA’A     OPEN GLASS     TAHITI     5:16:50
3     65     SHELL VA’A-2     OPEN GLASS     TAHITI     5:33:42
5     94     WAILEA-TEAM PRIMO     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     5:39:34
6     77     TEAM TAHA’A NUI     OPEN GLASS     TAHITI     5:42:12
7     4     LANIKAI-1     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     5:43:24
8     56     404 SIMPLE MOBILE-1     OPEN GLASS     CA     5:43:57
9     60     TEAM TAHITIAN OHANA     MASTERS 40+     TAHITI     5:46:16
10     38     OUTRIGGER-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     5:53:55
11     53     MOOLOOLABA OUTRIGGER     MASTERS 50+     AUS     5:55:03
12     46     HUI LANAKILA-1     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     5:55:17
13     67     HANALEI     OPEN GLASS     KAUAI     5:59:00
14     24     LANIKAI-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     5:59:33
15     104     MANU O KE KAI     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:01:07
16     95     WA’AKAPAEMUA     OPEN GLASS     MOLOKAI     6:02:30
17     7     KEAHIAKAHOE     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:03:00
18     57     KAI OPUA-1     MASTERS 40+     BIG ISLAND     6:03:34
19     3     KAILUA-1     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:04:22
20     1     HEALANI     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:06:06
21     79     HUI NALU-BLACK     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:06:22
22     47     WAIKIKI BEACH BOYS-1     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:07:41
23     37     PUUWAI CANOE CLUB     OPEN GLASS     KAUAI     6:08:28
24     55     NAMOLOKAMA O HANALEI     OPEN GLASS     KAUAI     6:08:52
25     23     KAILUA-3     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:08:54
26     75     404 SIMPLE MOBILE-2     OPEN GLASS     CA     6:12:05
27     5     LEEWARD KAI     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:12:53
28     32     HAWAIIAN-1     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     6:13:46
29     88     OUTRIGGER-3     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:14:34
30     70     TE AWAHAKU     OPEN GLASS     NZ     6:15:53
31     90     KIHEI     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     6:19:34
32     102     NA KAI EWALU-1     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     6:20:56
33     66     PACIFIC NORTHWEST     OPEN GLASS     CA     6:22:49
34     83     KAILUA-55     MASTERS 55+     OAHU     6:24:31
35     78     LAE’ULA O KAI-RED     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     6:27:54
36     26     HUI LANAKILA-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:30:27
37     2     KIKAHA NORTHWEST # 1     OPEN GLASS     WA     6:30:42
38     68     HAWAIIAN-2     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     6:30:54
39     10     WAIMANALO     MASTERS 60+     OAHU     6:34:22
40     92     WAILEA-40     MASTERS 40+     MAUI     6:34:36
41     71     AVIRON BAYONNAIS     OPEN GLASS     FRANCE     6:34:42
42     85     KAI OPUA-50     MASTERS 50+     BIG ISLAND     6:35:53
43     97     CANADANUENUE +1KAA     MASTERS 60+     CAD     6:37:05
44     39     LANAKILA OUTRIGGER     OPEN GLASS     CA     6:37:09
45     27     KAMEHAMEHA HILO     OPEN GLASS     BIG ISLAND     6:37:14
46     21     HEALANI-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:38:45
47     62     KUKUIULA OUTRIGGER     MASTERS 40+     KAUAI     6:39:06
48     69     KANEOHE     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:39:31
49     35     LANIKAI-3     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:39:36
50     99     WAIKIKI SURF CLUB-40     MASTERS 40+     OAHU     6:39:54
51     8     OUTRIGGER-1     KOA     OAHU     6:40:13
52     91     TOHIVEA VA’A     OPEN GLASS     TAHITI     6:40:29
53     126     HUI LANAKILA-3     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:41:19
54     9     WAIKIKI SURF CLUB-1     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:42:53
55     43     KAILUA-50     MASTERS 50+     OAHU     6:42:58
56     41     IMUA ONE BLADE-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:44:07
57     89     SYDNEY OUTRIGGER     MASTERS 40+     AUS     6:44:18
58     96     NAC     OPEN GLASS     CA     6:44:51
59     87     OCEAN OUTRIGER JAPAN     OPEN GLASS     JPN     6:45:13
60     58     KAI OPUA-40     MASTERS 40+     BIG ISLAND     6:45:31
61     81     KAI OPUA-2     OPEN GLASS     BIG ISLAND     6:45:49
62     86     SAN DIEGO OUTRIGGER     OPEN GLASS     CA     6:46:58
63     101     ANUENUE-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:47:09
64     12     NAMOLOKAMA O HANALEI-2     MASTERS 50+     KAUAI     6:47:22
65     30     KAI ‘EHITU     OPEN GLASS     BIG ISLAND     6:48:44
66     61     CALIFORNIA GOLD 60+     MASTERS 60+     CA     6:49:23
67     17     KEAHIAKAHOE-55     MASTERS 55+     OAHU     6:50:21
68     74     LAE’ULA O KAI-GREEN     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     6:51:18
69     11     ANUENUE-1     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:51:56
70     33     KAILUA-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:52:11
71     20     NAMOLOKAMA O HANALEI-60     MASTERS 60+     KAUAI     6:52:13
72     48     WAIKIKI BEACH BOYS-2     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:52:36
73     31     HEALANI-3     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:54:13
74     42     KOA KAI     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:55:14
75     44     NA KAI EWALU-2     OPEN GLASS     MAUI     6:57:25
76     22     HUI NALU-GOLD     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     6:58:14
77     51     KAMAMALAHOE     MASTERS 55+     OAHU     6:59:39
78     6     WAIKIKI YACHT CLUB     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     7:01:21
79     36     HONOLULU PEARL-GOLD     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     7:01:30
80     29     NEW YORK OUTRIGGER     OPEN GLASS     NY     7:02:10
81     19     KIKAHA NORTHWEST # 2     OPEN GLASS     WA     7:05:27
82     49     WAIKIKI BEACH BOYS-3     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     7:07:04
83     82     NA KEIKI O KA MOI     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     7:07:25
84     28     NA KAI EWALU-40     MASTERS 40+     MAUI     7:10:27
85     72     NORTH SHORE     OPEN GLASS     OAHU     7:11:34