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Waikiki: One night out without baby


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Waikiki: One night out without baby

greencrayon | | Mar 28, 2011 08:49 AM

(I've been reading this board for months in anticipation of our trip, but I've just now gotten an account)

I'll be traveling to Oahu this week (spouse has a conference at the convention center). We're also bringing our 20 month-old, and - thankfully - my mother has decided to join us in order to spend a little more time with her grandchild and give us a little break.

Given his conference schedule, I think we'll have time for one fancy dinner out without the baby.

We'll have a car, but we'd like to stay near Waikiki.
We don't eat meat, but we LOVE fish and sushi (having lived in Japan, we're sort of sushi snobs, alas). I would classify us as pretty adventurous eaters (other than the meat thing, of course).
It can be spendy, but not break-the-bank-spendy, ideally.
Nice view would be great, but atmosphere and food is more important.

From pursuing the board, I've narrowed it to:
Hau Tree Lanai
Alan Wong's

I'd love any input/suggestions. Thanks in advance!

Alan Wong's Restaurant
1857 S King St Fl 3, Honolulu, HI 96826

Hau Tree Lanai Restaurant
2863 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

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