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January 15, 2020

Bogart’s Café Dishes Up New Dinner Service

Not being a morning person is no longer a problem at Bogart’s Café. The island eatery beloved by locals and visitors for its fresh breakfast menu is now offering dinner service. Pop in for dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to order from a mouth-watering menu of appetizers, pastas, entrees and desserts including signature dishes such as their Prawns in Calabrian Chili Sauce, Cacio e Pepe, Braised Veal Cheeks and Uni Tagliatelle.

“We have been looking at introducing dinner for some time now and are excited to be able to provide even more options to our loyal guests who have been asking for this for years,” says Maria Barnette, owner of Bogart’s Café. “While our breakfast bagels are what put us on Oahu’s culinary map, I truly believe that this new dinner experience will add so much more depth to what we have to offer, with everything from house-made pastas to savory meats all with fresh flavors that leap off the plate.”

To start, guests can choose from a selection of different starters including salads, soups and an assortment of appetizers such as the Seared Scallops ($16) which comes with a cauliflower puree, white truffle oil and black tobiko or the Nairagi Crudo ($16) a striped marlin sitting atop roast eggplant and shallot agrodolce. For dinner, Bogart’s Café will also offer a menu of fresh, house-made pastas and risotto including a fresh Uni Tagliatelle ($23) with homemade pasta, sea urchin and crab, as well as its signature Cacio e Pepe ($17) a Bogart’s Café exclusive prepared with cheese from the Dolomite and fresh pepper. Featured entrees include Pork Chop ($27) a seared pork chop with slow braised fennel, fennel fronds and Kalamata olive tapenade, as well as a special Basque Fish Stew ($30) featuring Atlantic salmon, Kauai shrimp, smoked paprika and aioli. Dessert rounds out the meal with choices including Profiteroles, Coconut Panna Cotta, Dulce de Leche Lava Cake and Chocolate Cake.

To complement the dishes, Bogart’s also offers a wine menu and will introduce a new signature cocktail, the Waikiki Sunrise prepared with champagne, gin, fresh lemon juice and saffron syrup.

Breakfast and lunch service will remain available from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., offering omelettes, eggs benedict, fried rice, loco moco, pancakes, waffles, coffee and cocktails. The café will remain open from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to serve drinks and acai bowls.

This year Bogart’s Café celebrates 20 years in business and two years in its new location on Monsarrat Avenue. The new, larger restaurant, seats 66, including 41 indoor and 25 outdoor seats. Its location on the foot of Diamond Head, makes it the perfect place to relax after a dip in Waikiki Beach, a visit to the Honolulu Zoo or a hike on Diamond Head.

For reservations: call (808) 739-0999.

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