In some of our initial coverage of Pau Hana, we were uncharacteristically lame. We don’t run a lot of corrections on the site (not counting typos, Linder). To make amends — and help a restaurant out in a space that could use some good luck — here’s a Pau Hana-palooza of grand opening celebration information for the new 10th Ave East restaurant that is celebrating this weekend with food and drink specials to bring you down Roanoke Park way. You can learn more about Pau Hana in this Seattle Met write-up or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pauhanaseattle
While you’re down there, stop in and welcome CHS advertiser Easy Joe’s (Facebook) to the neighborhood, too.
Pau Hana (pronounced—Pow-HAH-nah):
1.) done with work 2.) after work 3.) anything other than work 4.) time to relax, unwind, enjoy food, drinks, friends, and good times.
Aloha! We are pleased to announce the formal GRAND OPENING for Pau Hana Hawaiian Restaurant and Bar. We are located on North Capitol Hill in Seattle, WA, at 2355 10th Avenue East (98102).
(Bar Serving Drinks late both nights)
Pau Hana was founded by three friends, Peter Duane, Bruce Wilson, and Derrick Rowland, who met while living in Hawaii. Bruce and Derrick grew up in Hawaii, while Peter, whose family’s heritage is deeply rooted in Hawaii, grew up in Seattle, later moving to the Islands in 1993. All worked in the Food and Beverage Industry in Honolulu, and all recently re-located to the mainland. Now, teamed up with Chef Alan Leeder, they are working together to share their love for Hawaiian food. Their philosophy; Good food, good times, great service, with an atmosphere that is reminiscent of the Islands.
Come join us for a taste of Aloha! We’ll have $5.00 Pupus (that’s appetizers by the way) from 4pm until 7pm, and GREAT DRINK SPECIALS ALL NIGHT LONG! –See you here! ALOHA!
For more info: www.pauhanaseattle.com or call us at (206) 323-4262