House for Beer boasts a rotating selection of more than 400 premium microbrew beers from around the world, including 50 draft beers and more than 300 bottled beers. Affectionately known as H4B, this locally owned and operated venue presents suds connoisseurs and greenhorns alike with an upscale, yet casual atmosphere, free of liquor and smoking. When visitors want to combine sips with bites of food, they can order from any of the neighboring restaurants in the Pavilion, from pizza and burgers to sushi and ice cream. Entertainment during the week rounds out the H4B experience with live performances by local musicians and bands.
Lined with mahogany-colored shelves, Wine Bank's walls display bottles upon bottles of wines, suggesting that its name is no misrepresentation. But unlike most wine shops, Wine Bank isn't just about wine. Here, beers, fine wines, and cigars complement an in-house menu of upscale starters and gourmet entrees, ranging from pork filet mignon to shrimp mac 'n' cheese. And for those who would rather drink wine than spend thousands building vineyards in their basement, Wine Bank offers memberships with discounts and invitations to private tastings and events.
Beef O Bradys caters to families and sports fans alike with fresh-grilled meals and draft beers served in a casual dining space, featuring walls adorned with sports memorabilia. The menu warms stomachs small and large with a collection of Angus burgers, St. Louis-style ribs, and signature wings in a variety of two dry rubs and 12 sauces. The restaurant's fleet of TVs continually broadcast live sporting events, such as NFL games, and the half-moon-shaped bar allows guests to cozy up for a pint of draft beer.
Guests are never far from the sand or surf at Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill, where American cuisine meets ocean views. Fittingly, the menu is stuffed to the gills with seafood, from wild gator-tail and crab-cake appetizers to entrees of Maine lobster, stuffed shrimp, and sea scallops. Diners can also chow down on burgers, pasta, and barbecued pork chops. The laid-back spot combines these eats with on-the-water fun by renting out hydrobikes.
During My Ohana Luau’s interactive dinner show, dancers call patrons of all ages onstage to learn Polynesian dance moves and befriend hula girls, creating a song-and-dance spectacle flanked by an authentic island-style buffet. Before the show, visitors dine on a buffet of delicacies such as pineapple chicken and pulled pork with sweet-and-sour sauce, prepared fresh daily by a Samoan chef. A flaming fire knife dance serves as the performance's triumphant conclusion, wherein performers hailing from diverse Polynesian regions gambol in elaborate headdresses and traditional island garb. Parties celebrating birthdays and anniversaries relay their excitement to the house emcee, who announces landmark occasions to the crowd.
The eatery’s full bar further enlivens shows with cocktails such as the Flaming Volcano for two, a mixture of three types of rum with orange and pineapple juice that burns brighter than a bonfire fueled by SAT-prep books. For less formal fare, the onsite café serves simple omelet breakfasts, and the pool-deck menu centers on sandwiches.