100 Sails

David’s brother (Mike) and sister in law (Shirley) are vacationing in Hawaii for two weeks.  We invited them to our home for dinner last Sunday, so on Friday, they reciprocated by inviting us to dinner at a new restaurant called 100 Sails, which is located at the Prince Waikiki.  Also invited were my daughter (Maria), son in law (Grant), and grandkids (Julia and Rylan):

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The 100 Sails restaurant replaced the Prince Court restaurant.  It took less than a year for the renovation to be completed, and I must say, 100 Sails is so much better in terms of the configuration and ambience of the room and the quality and quantity of the food.

Looking at the sailboats in the Ala Wai Boat Harbor below, you will understand why the restaurant was named 100 Sails:

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As you enter the restaurant, you will see the bar and lounge:

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This is the dining area:

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These are images of the food:

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All in all, we had a great time at 100 Sails, dining and conversing with our family.  Next week, Mike and Shirley will return to Boston, where they reside.

Aloha and mahalo for visiting us here in Hawaii, Mike and Shirley!  Hope to see you again next year.

10 Responses to “100 Sails”

  1. Olga Says:

    It looks like a really nice place.

  2. DJan Says:

    Beautiful, and the food looks scrumptious! 🙂

  3. dkzody Says:

    Such a beautiful setting for your family meal. The food looks divine.

  4. honoluluaunty91 Says:

    Oh, I used to love the old Prince Court, but now it is even better?!? Good to know!

  5. Christine Says:

    What a lovely family gathering and a fantastic spread! Beautiful views the restaurant has!

  6. DeniseinVA Says:

    Great photos at the restaurant Gigi. I especially enjoyed seeing you and David with your family. A lovely gathering and a special memory for David’s brother and his wife to take home with them to Boston.

  7. anonymousinthemainland!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Says:

    I could get lost in that seafood and other buffet..Nothing like being with family amidst a lovely restaurant and yummy food..Memories that will be held dear forever..Aloha to you and yours..still cool here and endless winter..Our electric went up a lot, now I put my clothes on nice wooden dryer racks and dry them in our garage and they do okay, better than using up electric when we don’t have to do so..also it makes your clothes last longer..aloha again!

  8. Linda Starr Says:

    my goodness that is quite a spread, Hawaii is so beautiful and you are lucky to have your family and friends surrounding you.

  9. Tom Sightings Says:

    We went for dinner at Natsumi in NYC the other night. The sushi was wonderful … but the view was not as good as yours!

  10. Beatrice Says:

    Looks like everyone was enjoying themselves and there certainly were a lot of food choices at that restaurant, Gigi!

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