Wood Fired Pizzas & Fresh Local Dishes
We welcome you to experience our cuisine
inspired by fresh, local ingredients.
We also offer hand made cocktails, local craft beers
on tap, and selected wines.
mai hahaki ‘oe I ka ‘ōhelo o punia I ka ua noe.
Do not pluck the ‘ōhelo berries lest we be surrounded by rain and fog. A warning not to do anything that would result in trouble. It is kapu to pick the ‘ōhelo berries on the way to the crater of Kīlauea. To do so would cause the rain and fog to come and one would loose his way. It is permissible to pick them at the crater if the first ‘ōhelo is tossed into the fire of Pele. Then, on the homeward way, one may pick as he pleases.
'Ōlelo No'eau 2044 - Hawaiian Proverbs
By Mary Kawena Pukui