Ever wonder where your tastes truly lie? Find out during the wildly popular Hawaii Food & Wine Festival hosted by THE MODERN HONOLULU on Thursday, October 27. With drinks as colorful as Hawaii’s waning sunsets, the Waikiki marina hotel is the perfect place to clink glasses in celebration of the event's sixth anniversary. The largest festival of its kind in Hawaii, the event showcases more than 100 chefs from around the world during numerous events. Hawaii's unique culinary scene is also slotted to take our center stage on Wednesday, October 26, with a special event featuring our own Chef Keith Pajinag.
THE MODERN HONOLULU is the perfect place to stay during your island hopping, food festival adventures thanks to the hotel's extraordinary location. A favorite package at this AAA Four-Diamond Waikiki hotel, this offer is expected to book fast during the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, so book your reservations now.
Love Food? Have Friends? Have some foodie friends? Our Friends With Benefits members will have exclusive access to a special event with our own Chef Keith Pajinag on October 26. You'll also want to Check out our Friends with Benefits advantages, including immediately access daily hotel credits up to $150 per each night you stay. THE MODERN HONOLULU's no-strings-attached loyalty program guarantees the lowest booking rate available anywhere, plus rewards members for simply bookling direct. Join FWB today - membership is free!
In addition to THE MODERN HONOLULU's own talented chefs, previous culinary greats to participate in the event include Kenichi + Kentaro Chen, Bobby Chinn, Elizabeth Falkner, Charles Phan, Thierry Rautureau, Sarah + Evan Rich, Art Smith, Celina Tio, Jonathan Waxman and Sang Yoon.
An array of cocktail creations (and MODERN mixology) have been crafted by the hands of Tony Abou-Ganim, Chandra Lucariello, Bridget Albert, Francesco Lafranconi, Debi Peek, Julie Reiner, Adam Seger and Andy Seymour.
The Hawaii Food + Wine Festival always features an all-star lineup. The list of master sommeliers and winemakers who have joined the mix during the multi-day Hawaii food festival features T’Anne Butcher, Sir George Fistonich, Donald Patz and Michael Silacci with master sommelier Roberto Viernes.