Sports stream from a fleet of televisions that line almost every wall inside The Spot Sports Bar & Grill. As diners root on their favorite teams and shoot pool, the wait staff hustles between high-top tables and stools with pulled-pork sandwiches, enchiladas, wings, and calamari. The eclectic menu also includes deep-fried peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches and super nachos that pack a hearty mix of cheese, beans, vegetables, and choice of meat. A DJ busts out the latest tunes on Friday and Saturday nights, and families gather around the giant projector screen for Thursday karaoke, singing favorite hits or reciting the Latin phrase woven into their family crest.
A quartet of tatami welcomes guests into a traditional Japanese dining experience, replete with short-legged tables and floor mats to sit on. To help diners become one with the culturally distinctive surrounds, servers dispense and occasionally spoon-feed classic entrees that include broiled salmon covered in teriyaki sauce, korean barbecue ribs, and deep-fried chicken katsu. Patrons can also dine at American-style tables in the main dining room or sidle up to the sushi bar to ponder 20 nigiri and 21 specialty rolls with names such as Salmon Killer and I Love Shrimp.:m]]
Tee Time Bar & Grill satiates digital shillelagh swingers with its three high-performance indoor PGA Tour golf simulators. Projecting more than 50 vibrant courses that include Pebble Beach and St. Andrews, each simulator employs Immersive Play and 3Trak technology to create a sweeping, three-dimensional swing station with true ball-trajectory physics, impeccable course replication, precise camera angles, and digital plaid-panted pros eager to engage in celebratory club jousts. Golf gurus can casually grace the greens for leisurely jaunts, or aim for athletic enlightenment by scouring their stats recorded by the simulator. Tote personal swatters for solo play, or recruit up to seven confidantes for two hours of simulated fairway frolicking. Though not included in today's Groupon, players can also energize weary arm trunks with Tee Time's expansive menu of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.
Using high-quality, hand-selected ingredients and premium beef, GOGO Burgers supplies patrons with a full menu of tasty, bun-captured treats. Refuel innard engines with one of GOGO Burgers' double beef wheels ($5.29) or the Aloha Burger, whose meaty soul finds mates in pineapple and swiss cheese ($6.49). The Super G Dog ($6.49) appears on plates in a puff of smoke and sausage ($6.49), and if regular burgers fall short of appeasing a burly appetite, carnivorous champions can duel the Go Wild Burger, a four-pack of patties weighing in at a pound before teaming up with hearty portions of cheese and bacon ($11).
Newly opened, the family-owned Asian Food Center has stocked all the necessities for whipping up Eastern-inspired meals. Everything from noodles and spices to wines and imported candies line the shelves. Familiar and exotic produce abounds in the veggie section, while elsewhere display cases sport succulent cuts of meat as well as live seafood. These run the gamut from herbal medicines to housewares such as rice cookers and chopsticks.
Today’s Groupon invites you to eat with the dignified paradise style of a floating landmass. Enjoy the fresh flavors of $22 worth of authentic Hawaiian cooking for $10 at Aiea Grill. No longer do you have to maroon yourself on the set of Lost to enjoy the sweet and savory dishes of Hawaiian kings, island enchantresses, and digester men.