New Happy Hour Menu for Happy Hour Pal: The Safehouse. Honolulu, Hawaii

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New #happyhour on Happy Hour Pal’s website & apps! Check out The Safehouse located inside The Republik.

$3 Drafts, House Wines, Wells, $2 off Signature Cocktails $2 off food & more! The Safehouse #pauhana menu: www.happyhourpal.com/thesafehouse

For more happy hour menus in Hawaii, download Happy Hour Pal’s FREE Mobile Apps: http://bit.ly/hhp_all

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Happy Hour Menu

DRINKS

Wells $3.00
House Wine $3.00
Beers $3.00
Signature Cocktails $2.00 OFF

FOOD

Gorg Fries $6.00
Seasoned Waffle Fries Drizzled with Gorgonzola Sauce and Crumbles
Cheese Curds $8.00
Wisconsin Yellow Cheddar Cheese Curds, Beer Battered and Fried
Greek Salad $5.00
Kalamata Olives, Grape Tomatoes, Red Onion, Cucumber, Mixed Greens, Tossed in a Red Wine Vinaigrette, Topped With Pita and Feta Crumbles
Cheese Bread $6.00
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Brushed, House Cheese Blend, Marinara
Juicy Lucy Inspired Bar Burger $11.00
Serrano and Chipotle Pepper Infused Burger, Filled with Mexican 3 Cheese Blend with House Cut Fries
Safehouse Sliders $10.00
Pork: Slow Cooked BBQ Pork with Cranberry Slaw on Hawaiian Sweet Bread
Safehouse Sliders $11.00
Beef: Ground Chuck, Havarti, and Pickle n Tomato Skewer
Safehouse Sliders $11.00
Chicken: Thinly Pounded Breast, Parmesan Crusted, House Made Marinara, Mozzarella, Mixed Greens
Pizza Republik $9.00
Veggie: Red Sauce, Caramelized Onion, Confit Tomato, Grilled Zucchini, Mushroom, Arugula, and Buffalo Mozzarella. Add-Ons: Pepperoni, Sausage, Onion
Pizza Republik $10.00
Kalua Pork-BBQ sauce, Pineapple, Mango, Red Onion, Cilantro, Jack and Mozzarella. Add-Ons: Pepperoni, Sausage, Onion
Ribeye Skewers $13.00
Secret Marinade Ribeye, with Onion, Peppers, and Mushrooms
Fries $4.00
Tajin, Salt and Pepper, or Garlic. Sampler (all three choices): $12
Wonton Tacos $12.00
Spicy Ahi: Fresh Ahi Tossed with Creamy House Spice Mix, Asian Slaw, and Avocado
Wonton Tacos $9.00
The Other White Meat: Onion, Cilantro, Avocado/Jalapeno Sauce, Cotija
Edamame $4.00
Served Spicy or Salty
Drumettes $11.00
Traditional Buffalo or Angry Korean Marinade
Toasted Ravioli $7.00
Just Like the Italian’s Never Made Them, Cheese filled, Breaded and Fried, Served with House Red Sauce
Bacon Wrapped Hotdog $4.00
BACON Makes Everything Better, Grilled Onions and Peppers, Spicy Aioli

Three Happy Hours: One Property: Wailea, Maui

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I am looking forward to spending time at the The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui this weekend with friends! We will be heading to three awesome ‪#‎happyhours‬ on property! #ko #luanalounge and ‪#‎nicksfishmarket‬ ! Check out a few of my favorite #pauhana items below, and view their FULL #happyhour ‪#‎menus‬ and ‪#‎photos‬ on‪ #‎happyhourpal‬!

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Ko Items: Our Picks 

www.happyhourpal.com/kokealani

Spicy Tuna Poke Bowl: Seasoned Sashimi Grade Ahi on Sushi Rice with Spicy Aioli, Orange Tobiko, Kaiware Sprouts and Nori ($10)

Specialty Cocktails: Double Pineapple Fusion, South Maui Sweet Tea, Caipiroska, Kea Lani Kicker, Classic Mai Tai ($8)

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Luana Lounge Items: Our Picks

www.happyhourpal.com/luanalounge

Flat Bread: Volcano Spiced Tiger Prawns: Spinach, Red Pepper Pesto, Garlic and Mozzarella ($9.50)

Local Micro Brew: Longboard Lager ($5)

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Nick’s Fish Market: Our Picks

www.happyhourpal.com/nicksfishmarket

Fresh Hawaiian Ceviche: Opah, Ahi, & Snapper, Meyer Lemon, Lime, Yuzu, Cilantro Avocado, Mango, Papaya, Won Ton & Sweet Potato Cups ($8)

Specialty Drinks: Nick’s Mai Tai, Mangotini, Hawaiian Punch, Ginger Martini, Specialty Cocktail of the Evening ($6)

 

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Six Strategies to Score Bargains in Hawaii

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English: View of Kailua (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

USA TODAY April 5, 2012

Hawaii: Get your lei without laying down a fortune

While Hawaii tourism may have taken it in the board shorts during the Great Recession, these days, the Aloha State is riding a new wave of popularity.

Nearly 8 million travelers arrived here last year, shattering the previous high-water mark set in 2006, and prices for everything from convertible rentals to luaus are rising in their wake.

According to industry tracker STR, the average cost of a Hawaii hotel room jumped to $233.30 a night in February — the highest rate in the country, up 13.1% from a year ago. Even at those prices, 85.6% of hotel rooms were occupied — a full 10 percentage points higher than rival Florida.

But you can still score bargains on a vacation in paradise if you plan carefully. Six strategies:

1. Don’t book your trip over the Christmas holidays or midsummer.

After a brief spate of price-cutting on new Mainland routes, “Hawaii airfares are generally on the rise, and seasonal variations are extreme,” notes BeatofHawaii.com‘s Jeff Tucker. “Best pricing and availability is based on pukas (holes), when airlines have small numbers of discounted seats,” particularly on weekdays during the spring and fall. But “even if you can only travel in summer, you can significantly reduce all of your Hawaii vacation costs simply by delaying until mid- to late August,” Tucker says. Case in point: Through June 6, fares from the West Coast to Honolulu start at about $230 round-trip ($420 from the East Coast), but zoom up to around $700 and $900, respectively, for peak summer travel (June 7-Aug. 11).

3. Avoid a herd mentality.

Each island has popular resort areas where affordable accommodations are challenging to find, but you don’t have to stray too far to find cheaper lodging prices. “On Kauai, look for accommodations in the Lihue and Kapaa areas, where you can easily save $100 or more per night compared to the more popular Poipu or Princeville resorts,” Beal says. On Maui, you can can save hundreds a night by picking a condo in centrally located Kihei vs. more upscale Kaanapali Beach.

6. Tap into happy hour specials.
“If you want a beer at 4 p.m. and you’re staying in Kailua, there’s an app for that,” Toth says. HappyHourHawaii.com, a searchable website and free GPS-based mobile app expanding to Mainland locales next month, lists happy hour menus and discounts for more than 200 restaurants and bars across the state.

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Full Article: http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/destinations/2013/04/05/get-your-lei-without- laying-down-a-fortune/2055357/

Happy Hour Specials in Hawaii

A great way to try out new restaurants and save money while traveling is to find happy hour menus that interest you and give a new restaurant a try. To make this easy in Hawaii, there is a searchable website and free GPS-based mobile app that lists happy hour menus and discounts for more than 200 restaurants and bars on 5 Hawaii islands. The website is Happy Hour Hawaii and here is the link. Click on “Happy Hours” and a list of restaurants by island appears. When you select a restaurant you are provided with the address and telephone number, happy hour times and the happy hour menu with food and drink specials.

Any of your favorites on the list? Bon appétit!

Source: http://frugaltravellawyer.com/2013/04/05/happy-hour-specials-in-hawaii/