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                            Public Communications Division
                            Department of Customer Services
                            City & County of Honolulu



          Celebrate the New Year under sunny skies cooled by the Pacific Ocean breeze, with entertainment and a fabulous array of gourmet brunch fare prepared by Waikiki’s finest chefs, when Brunch on the Beach returns on January 13, 2001, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

          This Sunday, the City and co-sponsor Waikiki Improvement Association, will again feature delightful menu selections from top Waikiki restaurants, and great entertainment.  The morning starts with Hawaiian Paradise and Gordon Freitas strolling along atro-turf covered Kalakaua Avenue – singing special requests for guests seated under bright blue umbrellas.  At 10:00, the Royal Hawaiian Band Glee Club will perform their popular “Hawaii Calls” show, followed by Na Hoku Hanohano multi-award winners Olomana.  By popular request, the beautiful keiki of H alau Hula Olana, who performed at the first Brunch on the Beach last July, will close the show. 

          Participating restaurants include Duke’s Waikiki, the Sheraton Hotels in Waikiki, Seafood Village, Antonio’s Steak, Seafood & Pasta, Keoni by Keo’s, Miyako, Pacific Beach Hotel, Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort, Skyline Café, and Tea Chest Hawaii.  Mouth-watering Grilled Ribs, Chicken or Teri beef sticks with Macaroni Salad and Rice are still 7 scrips (at 50-cents a script, that’s just $3.50).  And, there’s Maui Onion Pipikaula Omelet with Cheese and Home Fried Red Skin Potatoes, Dim Sum, Seafood Plates, Thai Grilled Chicken Salad, Panang Chicken Curry on Jasmine Rice, Prawn Katsu Don, Beef Shabu Shabu Salad, Opakapaka Tostadas, Macadamia Nut Crusted French Toast and a variety of delicious brunch selections and beverages. 

          Parking for the Brunch is available for $1 at the Waikiki Trade Center (all day), and $2 for four hours at the nearby Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel.  Payment at the Princess Kaiulani is upon exit and no validation is required. 

          A new parking rate will feature a $1 per hour rate (five-hour maximum) at the Ohana Reef Towers, Ohana Waikiki Hobron, Ohana Maile Sky Court, Ohana Waikiki Village, Outrigger East, King Kalakaua Plaza and Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.  A bright red “P” circled by a lavendar lei on a placard will help residents identify these locations.  Payment is upon exiting the parking structure, and no validation is required.         

          Brunch on the Beach is staged the second Sunday of every month.  The next Brunch is scheduled for February 10.   


Tuesday, July 09, 2002

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