Aloha Aulani

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Aulani’s signature restaurant is open-air and features gorgeous ocean views.  Dinner is served here from 5PM to 8:30PM, but the restaurant is closed on Tuesdays.  You should likely consider getting a reservation, particularly if you want to dine around sunset.  You can make a reservation 30 days in advance either online or by calling the resort at 808-674-6200.  The current menu is a 4-course prix-fixe.  There’s also a plant-based menu and a children’s menu.

There is a dress code, although it’s fairly casual.  There is a picture of their dress code below.  Men:  Jeans or shorts are fine, a shirt, and footwear.  Women:  a dress, or a shirt with shorts or a skirt, and some footwear.  Shirts cannot have inappropriate words or pictures.  The sign says no swimwear, though the website mentions swimwear with a coverup is allowed.  It can get rather windy in the evenings, so you may want to consider a sweater or jacket. 

You do not need to be staying at the resort to get a reservation or dine here.  You can get free self or valet parking for up to 4 hours after spending a minimum of $50 here.  The $50 has to be on a single receipt, they won’t allow a combination of receipts.  Bring your parking ticket with you to the restaurant for validation, and keep your receipt.

There are several dining areas, all open-air with with views of the ocean, some are under roof and some are outside under umbrellas.  The majority of the tables have a decent view.  The restaurant overlooks the ocean and the sunset views are stunning.  If you are looking for a romantic place for dinner, you can’t go wrong with making a reservation around sunset here. Sunsets here range from 5:48pm in November and 7:18 in July.