Farmer’s Dinner: Celebrating the Aina!
Join us on Thursday, October 13th, for our next Farmer’s Dinner! As we celebrate the aina, we will be featuring one of our favorite farmers, Wendy Gady of Poamoho Farms. She is opening the gates at Poamoho Farm to bring you in for a rare guided tour on October 9th, the Sunday before the dinner. You’ll learn about the process of organic farming as you walk through the picturesque 8 acres located in Wailua and even pick some of the produce that will be used for your dinner on Thursday. We can’t wait to share this experience with you!
Tour confirmations, please e-mail our manager, Kristen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations on Thursday, October 13th, will be available for two seatings, 5:00 pm and 7:30 pm. Prix Fixe, 6 course dinner at $115, wine parings for an additional $20. View the menu. All courses and wines will be available a la carte, as well. Thanks to Johnson Brothers of Hawaii for their help with the wine parings for the farmer’s dinner. Call us at 808-261-1000 or reserve online.
Dia de los Muertos!
Live Music from El Mariachi Loco! We’ll be featuring Dinner specials from Chef Thomas, and Avion and Tattoo Tequilas will top it off with drink specials!
Raising the Dead!
The Hawaii Watercolor Society has been enthusiastically anticipating our next art installation! We’ll be “Raising the Dead!” to honor Dia de los Muertos. New art will be arriving mid-month, after our Farmer’s dinner on Thursday, October 13th. For more information about the Hawaii Watercolor Society, visit website.
Tiempo Mucho Gusto!
It’s fall…the kids are back to school, some have gone off to college, vacations have come to an end and everyone is back to work. Cactus has the solution to the end of summer blues…Happy Hour! Join us every day from 3:30-5:30pmfor $2 off Dos XX, frozen margaritas, frozen sangrias, wines by the glass, and all bar menu pinchos!
Art of the Land!
The Hawaii Watercolor society has joined us in the celebration of the Aina! Enjoy their work as you dine with us; and remember, if you love it, their art is available for purchase! For more information about the Hawaii Watercolor Society and their artists, visit http://www.hawaiiwatercolorsociety.org/.