Four Seasons Hualalai Launches New Dining Options


More good news for foodies in Hawaii: The Four Seasons Resort Hualālai is introducing three new dining experiences:

Hualālai Grille reopens as a traditional American steakhouse with Hawaiian flair. Set above the 18th green of the Hualālai Golf Course, Hualālai Grille has a contemporary club feel, with golf course and ocean views. Serving Prime steaks, Kurobuta pork and local fish and chicken, Hualālai Grille offers steakhouse classics with twists on traditional sides. Chef James Ebreo's signature dishes include Seared Big Eye Tuna, a 21-ounce Bone-in Ribeye, Battered Onion Rings, Hamakua Mushrooms and Mac Nut Toffee Ice Cream Pie. The Bar also serves a selection of small plates, including House Rubbed Brisket, Crab Cakes and Oysters with Mango Mignonette, as well as an extensive wine list, beer selection and signature cocktails. Hualālai Grille seats 75 in the dining room and 20 in the Bar, and is open for dinner Wednesday through Monday, with seatings from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

The Resort is also introducing two weekly themed dinners at Beach Tree. These evenings offer guests direct interaction with the Chef and wine experts of Beach Tree.

Tuscan Nights take place every Friday night at Beach Tree, with a beachside barbeque and Tuscan-inspired menu served family-style. The three-course meal includes antipasti, a grilled course (will vary between seafood, beef, boar and chicken), dessert and three side dishes.

Beach Tree’s Ohana Table is offered every Monday night at 6 p.m. This four-course communal table dinner includes antipasti, pasta, main course (will vary between seafood, beef, boar and chicken) and dessert. Served family-style, with each dish presented by the Chef, the Ohana Table seats 12.

The Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is located at 72-100 Kaupulehu Drive in Kailua-Kona on Hawaii Island. Visit for more information.

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