June 12th, 2016
Made plans for Father’s Day yet? With one week to go, there are still plenty of options for those who haven’t decided where to take Dad this year.
While the actual day can be reserved for more family-friendly gatherings, Turtle Bay Resort will debut a new type of event in Kahuku on Saturday. Give Dad a chance to relax and unwind at the resort’s Pa’akai Lanai during the inaugural Scotch & Cigar Bar from 5 to 8 p.m.
For $90, guests will be able to enjoy two different types of Scotch and a featured bourbon, a choice of two beers, a cigar and heavy pupu along with a Lindemans beer glass to take home.
Along with Maker’s Mark Cask Strength bourbon, servers will pour samples of Laphroaig Quarter Cask and Ardmore Legacy; guests will be able to choose two beers from a list that includes Ayinger Celebrator Dopplebock, Lindemans Framboise, Samuel Smith’s Taddy Porter, Pinkus Pilsner and Rochefort Trappistes. The featured cigar is a Rocky Patel Sun Grown Robusto and entertainment for the evening will be provided by local musician Alex Oasay.
Tickets for the first Scotch & Cigar Bar at Turtle Bay are $90 per person, $510 for a VIP table that will accommodate six people. Call 293-6000 for more info.
ALSO ON SATURDAY, local clothing company Hawaii’s Finest will host a special Father’s Day edition of its Revive the Live concert series at the Hawai’i Convention Center’s Kalakaua Ballroom. Food and drinks will be provided by Levy Restaurants, with live performances by Kapena, Mana’o Company, Bruddah Waltah and Maoli.
Doors open at 7 p.m. Saturday; music will start at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the concert are $20 in advance and $30 at the door; pick up pre-sales at the Hawaii’s Finest retail shop at 1522 Makaloa St. or buy online at flavorus.com.
FOR COUPLES with kids who are old enough to drink themselves, give some thought to the Moana Surfrider’s annual Beer Fest on Father’s Day starting at 4 p.m. at the hotel’s Beach Bar.
Nearly 20 different craft beers will be served alongside several paired food options by executive chef Jason Watanabe, which include PB&J wings with peanut dipping sauce, kalbi short rib sliders with kim chee kale, truffle tater tots, crispy pork belly bun, bratwurst with onion and papaya kraut and smoked pork ribs with amber and lilikoi barbecue sauce.
Breweries scheduled to participate in this event include:
» Maui Brewing Co.
» Gigantic Brewing Company
» Green Flash Brewing Co.
» Belching Beaver Brewery
» Coronado Brewing Company
» Occidental Brewing Co.
» Breakside Brewery
» Sierra Nevada
» Midnight Sun Brewing
Tickets for Beer Fest are $40 in advance; $45 at the door. Call 922-3111 for more details. Guests can also schedule four express treatments at Moana Lani Spa for $220 (regular price is $270), including an express facial; eye treatment; shoulder, neck and scalp massage; back, neck and shoulder massage; body scrub; foot treatment; or reflexology treatment. Call 237-2535 for an appointment.
Jason Genegabus has covered the local entertainment, nightlife, music and bar scenes since 2001. Contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.