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So, we're opening today at Bishop Museum. Stop by for lunch or after checking out the Duke Kahanamoku exhibit. It's a great fit - the best Hawaiian food for Hawaii's Museum of history, arts and culture of the Hawaiian people.


Read all about it in "The Scoops" and catch up on the latest news, specials, events and exclusive offers from Highway Inn. Welcome, to the Scoops new Frequent Diners!

The Bishop Museum & Highway Inn
Highway Inn at Bishop Museum Now Open

We are very pleased to now be open at Bishop Museum.

We'll be open 7 days a week for breakfast & lunch, initially from 10:00am to 3:00pm to cater to the Museum's guests, employees and anyone who wants to stop by for lunch. We are currently located adjacent to the main entrance.

Effective October 1, 2015 Bishop Museum is implementing a $5 parking fee which won't apply to restaurant customers.

Our menu will feature several of our most popular Hawaiian Foods along with snacks, drinks and desserts tailored to the museum visitor. Plus you can earn points in our Frequent Diner program for all your purchases.

This starts Phase I of II. Phase II will be the construction and operation of a new restaurant facility facing the great lawn, starting in 2016. It will have indoor and outdoor seating and be a perfect location to enjoy the ambiance of the museum campus. 
Shop and Dine on the Line 
Highway Inn Waipahu is Participating in Hart's Shop & Dine on the line program.

We thought we would participate in Hart's program to help provide some local marketing for west-side businesses who have been impacted by the rail construction. Please visit Shop and Dine on the Line to see all the discounts at establishments between Waipahu and Pearl City. We are offering a 5pt = $5 additional sign-up bonus when you sign up for our Frequent Diner program, while presenting the card you can find at Hart's web-site from now thru November 15th, 2015.

Highway Inn at the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival's Urban Luau at the Salt block in Kaka'ako

It was tradition vs. contemporary on Wednesday 9th at the Salt Block in Kaka'ako. This Urban Lu'au put a spin on the traditional Lu'au.  

Five chefs partnered with well-established local Hawaiian Food restaurants known for traditional Hawaiian food to create their version of a classic Hawaiian dish. 

Chef Mike Kealoha of Highway Inn made a Koele Palau which is an Okinawan sweet potato dessert which was a favorite of Queen Liliokulani. Chef Brian Sung of Alan Wong's also created an O kinawan sweet potato dessert subbing the purple tuber for chestnuts in a Swiss dessert recipe.
Music Calendar @ Kaka'ako
Barret Awai & Kevin Inn
Every Friday Night - 5:00pm-7:00pm 

We have a roster of the best local Hawaiian Musicians:
  • Blayne Aising
  • Kapono Na'ili'ili
  • Barret Awai
  • Cory Oliveros
  • Isaiah Pamatigan
  • Kevin Okimoto
  • Nick La'a
Congratulations to Laura Kanoa who works at Hawaii Pacific University & is a Kaka'ako diner, for winning Highway Inn's $75 Gift Certificate
 in August 2015, and to all new Highway Inn Frequent Diners:

In addition to our monthly business card drawing, don't forget about our frequent diner program. Sign up (it's free) next time you're in either location. You earn 1 point for each $1 spent, and more points during promotional periods. When you reach 100 points you get $5 off any purchase. You'll also get 5 points when you register your card online.

Thanks for reading. And Stay Hungry Hawaii.


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