Hawaii Mom Blog: Downtown at HiSAM




January 23, 2012

Downtown at HiSAM

Downtown at the Hawaii State Art Museum is typically known as a destination for a quick, fresh, reasonably priced weekday lunch. But what some don't realize is that it also serve as a delightful venue for small private parties.

My friend hosted her daughter's first birthday party there. It was on a Saturday afternoon when the restaurant is normally closed. The food consisted of a small buffet of panini sandwiches, quiches, fish, Ma'o farms veggies, pork, panna cotta, cookies, homemade vanilla bean ice cream in a cone, and a pineapple cobbler. The food and service were just as good as what you would experience during their normal business operations.

Having a private function here has its advantages such as privacy and a staff dedicated solely to your event. I'm not sure how much it cost per person to hold an event here, but it's worth looking in to.

at the Hawaii State Art Museum
250 South Hotel Street
(808) 536-5900

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