Hoku's at The Kahala Hotel & Resort
Come for the legendary brunch, stay for the dolphins
Known as the famous hideaway found at the end of Kahala Avenue, the Kahala Hotel & Resort has played host to everyone from the Obamas, the Queen of England, the Dali Lama, rock stars, athletes, and plenty of other celebrities. The restaurants are also legendary, not only for their dishes, but for their unsurpassed views of the beach and the expanding Pacific Ocean. In particular, the Sunday Brunch at Hoku’s is not to be missed. The pricey buffet offers everything from chilled seafood, made to order omelets, king crab legs, prime rib, and decadent desserts. Don’t miss out on their signature ahi poke musubi, or fish stuffed rice ball, that's available during the buffet. Plan to dress up -- this is not a barefoot bar experience. After brunch, stroll down to the hotel’s ocean water lagoon to see the resident dolphins swim around. Last seating is at 2pm.
What you’re getting: Everything.