Savor and celebrate Roy’s 30th Anniversary! The party starts at 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 2nd and will feature local guest chefs, specialty craft cocktails, and an array of amazing food! Ticket price includes two drink tickets.
Yokoso! Welcome! Come and take a stroll through the streets of Japan as the Eating House team at the Shops at Kukui‘ula take you on a culinary adventure “yatai” style. Feast on savory Japanese dishes while enjoying the sounds of Green Stone Project. Immerse yourself in the lovely sunset as it fades into the horizon, while sipping on one of our signature cocktails…
Join us on a cultural journey as we pay tribute and celebrate 150 years of Japanese heritage in Hawaii. Executive Chef Randy Bangloy and our Eating House 1849 team will partner with award-winning Chef Roy Yamaguchi and his Oahu family…
SOLD OUT: Justin Winery Dinner with Master Sommelier Joseph Spellman at the International Market Place
Join Master Sommelier Joseph Spellman of JUSTIN Vineyards and Winery for a special four-course dinner with pairings from Executive Chef Randy Bangloy.
Don’t miss this unforgettable 5-course prix-fixe menu created by Roy’s Kaanapali Executive Chef, Jessie Anacleto along with guest chefs Isaac Bancaco of Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort, Lyndon Honda of Sherton Maui Resort & Spa, James Simpliciano of Simpli-Fresh Farm and Jojo Vasquez of The Plantation House. Wines by Au Bon Climat, Costa de Oro & Ruggeri with craft cocktails from Ocean Vodka. This event is a benefit for Imua Family Services.
Savor and celebrate Roy’s 30th Anniversary! The party starts at 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 8th and will feature local guest chefs, specialty craft cocktails, and an array of amazing food! $88 (plus tax and gratuity) and includes two drink tickets.
Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi at Kapolei Commons will celebrate its one-year anniversary by inviting family and friends for an afternoon of plantation-influenced festivities and flavors. The celebration will kick off at 11 a.m. and last through 2 p.m. with lauhala weaving, Gyotaku prints, local farmers market booths and a variety of other interactive activities for keiki and friends.