Other than a brief in passing mention in a thread on tiki bars statewide, that veered into a more general discussion, I can't find any reports on this tiki bar on the Big Island:
Apparently they try to use local and sustainable products, for food, drink and in the bar materials and previously in construction, whenever possible (I first saw a reference to it in an Earth Day article on green businesses in HI).
it is killing me that I just found out about it several weeks *after* I get back from a trip there. The menu definitely has lots of appeal, and there is a nice-sounding happy hour. Would love to see any reports!