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Plantation Paina at Eating House 1849 at Kapolei Commons - January 28

On Sunday, January 28th, Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi at Kapolei Commons will celebrate its one-year anniversary with plantation-influenced festivities and flavors.  From 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. people of all ages are invited to join the celebration, which will include food and beverage stations, lauhala weaving, Gyotaku printmaking, local farmers market booths and a variety of other interactive activities for keiki and friends.

“As our menu is heavily influenced by the diverse flavors of the plantation,  we are excited to showcase a variety of cultural activities by partnering with local vendors who are masters in their crafts,” says founder Roy Yamaguchi. “Our company venerates passionate and talented individuals and we are always seeking ways to nurture their creativity.  We invite the Kapolei community to join us in this celebration of these fine artists and artisans.”

The Plantation Paina event will represent Hawai‘i’s diverse melting pot, inspired by those ethnicities and cultures brought together from the plantation, with workshops from local vendors (entire list below) and specialty curated line-up of flavors by Executive Chef Randy Bangloy (entire menu below). A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit local farm vendor and event partner, Kahumanu Farms, to help sustain and further the reach of its Farm to School program.

Other event sponsors include: Tropic Fish Hawaii, Y. Fukunaga Produce, HFM Foodservice, H&W Food service, Ohia Bakery, Dust-Tex, Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, Young’s Market Company.

“Our Goal is to celebrate in a way that speaks to the Kapolei community and perpetuate the cultures of Hawai‘i,” said Executive Chef Randy Bangloy.  “Kapolei is a community of families, so we want to make sure to include activities and food that are fun for keiki as well as their parents.”


Plantation Paina festivities and flavors:

Location: Eating House 1849 Kapolei Commons
4450 Kapolei Parkway #540, Kapolei HI 96707
Date/Time: Sunday, January 28, 11 a.m.–2 p.m.


Festivities:
Gyotaku print making by Naoki Hayashi
Lauhala weaving by Ulu Pono Designs
Art station with Imagiboom by Eric Robison
Local farmers market by Kahumana Farms and Ohia Bakery
Flower crown making
Cupcake and cookie decorating by Eating House 1849
Live entertainment by Shane Kainoa

Flavors:
Action Stations
House Cured Pipikaula
Westside Poke
“Kau Yuk” Pulled Pork Bao Bun
Keiki food station

Tray-passed bites
Hapa Burger Sliders
Hamachi Tataki
Mini Banana Lumpia
Mama’s Pancit Lumpia
Shrimp Piri Piri Cocktail
Korean Vegetable Pancake

Beverages
Bloody Mary bar
Keiki juice station
Champagne juice station
Draft beers

Ticket Prices:
$40 per adult (includes food and 2 alcoholic beverages with more available for purchase)    
$20 ages 17 and under (includes food and beverages)
$10 ages 12 and under (includes food and beverages)

Tickets for Purchase:
Tickets are available for purchase by calling (808) 447-1849 or visiting royyamaguchi.com

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