Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Second City, Where?

A & G Bar & Grill, Nanakuli
Great food. The service was awesome and the live music couldn't be better. Would definitely, fully recommend anyone in the Waianae area to check it out. Staff was very friendly and very prompt with offering services. The restaurant was clean and welcoming. Televisions were on , displaying a variety of entertainment. The musics volume was low enough to indulge in conversation yet loud enough to still vibe to. The food was very flavorful and cooked at a perfect temperature , the portions were satisfying and over all The ambiance was great. Kalbi and garlic shrimp combo. yummy. Fred.

"Social Dancers expect the best evening is dining and dancing.
However sometime you just want some fine dining."

Haleiwa Beach House, North Shore
Our final evening of a week on Oahu, Hawaii and it was fabulous on many levels. HIGHLY recommend. We spent close to $200 for the 2 of us. 2 cocktails, 1 glass of wine, 2 starters, 2 entrees (mains) and a shared dessert. We particularly enjoyed the tuna tartare starter - delicious. And we had two excellent local fish dishes (one the daily special). It is a great place to watch sunset. We arrived at 6pm (for a 7.15 pm sunset) having been warned of a wait. We were able to get a window seat (warned it may be warm at first, which it was) but the view was worth it. The service was attentive, quick and friendly. Others around us arrived for sunset cocktails and starters - but it did fill up. We called ahead to book a table, but they don’t take reservations. Enjoy! Mary.

"Shores OF Haleiwa" by Loyal Garner

Kapolei, Second City?
Kapolei is a planned community was colloquially known as the "second city" of Oahu, However it has been losing that status because of the Rail Disaster. The community takes its name from a volcanic cone, Puʻu o Kapolei. In the Hawaiian language, puʻu means "hill" and Kapo lei means "beloved Kapo". According to legend, Kapo, Goddess of Fertility was sister to Pele, Goddess of Fire and Nāmaka, Goddess of the Sea. Much of the land is part of the estate of industrialist James Campbell. Kapolei's major developer is Kapolei Property Development, a subsidiary of James Campbell Company. Kapolei sits primarily upon former sugarcane and pineapple fields.

 "Of the dancers, by the dancers and for the dancers" All the dancers?
Of course not, they do not all want to be involved and we must respect.

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