There’s an endless list of reasons to visit the Hawaiian Islands, but perhaps no appeal is quite as irresistible as the breathtaking scenery. When many newcomers envision their first trip, they do so with images of Waikiki in mind perhaps without even knowing it. The beauty of Diamond Head Crater in the distances looming over deep blue waters and endless stretches of beach beckons travelers to come make the most of this inviting destination.
Duke’s Waikiki is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and scenic places to visit and comes with the added benefit of being a place filled with history and flavor. When you’re exploring Waikiki, don’t forget to stop by Duke’s, where an unforgettable meal and amazing atmosphere are waiting for you with a view too.
Find Your Island Flavor
Located at 2335 Kalakaua Avenue #116 in Honolulu, Duke’s restaurant in Waikiki beach has long been a favorite culinary hot spot amongst locals and tourists for its delectable menu that goes hand-in-hand with an incredible view. Integrated into the Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort, Duke’s is by far one of the most infamous beachfront locales in town. Guests come daily to mix and mingle in a casual atmosphere. It’s just as well suited for a sit-down dinner filled with savory seafood delights as it is a place one can saddle up to the beach bar and enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail with friends. Duke’s in Waikiki is named for the legendary Duke Kahanamoku who grew up in Waikiki and in 1929, set an incredible surf record on a monster wave that’s still talked about today. Guests with a heart for the sea often find a meal at Duke’s to be both delicious and meaningful as they look out at the waters where history was made.
Seafood is always the highlight of the menu when you make time for a meal at Duke’s restaurant in Waikiki Beach. Begin your experience with a starter that might include everything from fried calamari to coconut shrimp or ahi poke. Moving along to main dish selections guests can pick from a range of options including lobster tail, shrimp pasta or crab cakes. For those looking for a more robust meat option, Duke’s is known for its selection of prime rib, top sirloin and beef tenderloin upon request. While the dinner options are always a delight, Duke’s in Waikiki serves breakfast and lunch as well. Guests can make their way to this restaurant between 7:00 am and 10:00 pm for dining room service Monday through Sunday with the bar staying open to midnight for added fun and convenience.
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