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Valentine's Day in Honolulu

Red Rose
Red Rose
David Lau

Valentine’s Day is less than a month away and this year it lands on the Sunday of a 3-day weekend. So if you haven’t made plans yet, you may want to hurry and make that dinner reservation or call the florist to place an order.

There are many things to do in and around Honolulu for Valentine’s Day. Here are a few suggestions:

Michel’s at the Colony Surf is one of the most romantic restaurants in Honolulu with a gorgeous view of Waikiki and candle lit tables just along the beach. They serve delicious and rich French cuisine though a bit pricey, but if you’re willing to splurge on Valentine’s Day this is a wonderful place.

Somewhere that is often overlooked by locals is the Star of Honolulu. The sunset dinner cruise departs promptly at 5:30 pm nightly and returns at 8:00 pm. You can enjoy steak and crab dinner with a bottle of champagne while enjoying a beautiful sunset. The rates posted on their website, seem rather steep, however they do offer kama’aina rates, as well as Valentine’s Day specials.

This year, the Outrigger Reef and Waikiki are hosting a Hawaiian Wedding Vow Renewal Ceremony for its registered guests. The event will take place right along the beautiful Waikiki Beach and will include a vow renewal ceremony certificate. So if you are thinking about a “staycation” in Waikiki during the long weekend, you may want to look into one of the Outriggers.

For those who enjoy listening to some romantic tunes on Valentine’s Day, R&B artist, Brian McKnight will be performing at the Blasidell Arena from 7:00 pm. To get tickets visit the ticket master website. But act soon before they sell out.

Valentine’s Day only comes once a year, so make it memorable by taking your special someone out for a nice night out.
 

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