Jackie Rey’s Ohana Grill – All Occasions Big Island Dining

January 19, 2015, 7:00 AM HST
* Updated September 8, 12:22 PM
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Since 2014, Jackie Rey’s Ohana Grill has been opening up its doors 7-days a week for Big Island diners. Located in the heart of Kailua-Kona, this place is a great find, and just a short drive from residential and resort areas. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, avoiding cooking, or on vacation with your family, Jackie Rey’s is an excellent choice.

With competitively affordable prices, this spot offers a pretty big menu full of locally sourced foods within a diverse Pacific Rim/Continental style menu; steak plates, surf & turf (yeee!), burgers, fresh seafood, pastas, vegetarian items, and a variety of healthy salads. Not only does this Big Island restaurant offer a meal that’s perfect for everyone (even for picky folks), but the staff is super friendly! Here, you can enjoy delicious food, a low-key atmosphere and some lovely island-style hospitality.

Jackie Rey’s is open Monday through Friday for lunch, happy hour and dinner, and just dinner Saturday and Sunday. If you can’t make it for lunch or dinner, I definitely suggest that you check Jackie Rey’s out for Happy Hour, 3-5pm, Monday through Friday. Order a tropical cocktail or a local beer and enjoy a handful of delicious 1/2 priced pupu’s like the Kalua Pork Spring Rolls, or the Wasabi Crusted Calamari. The Beer Battered Fish & Chips are super good, and definitely go nicely with a Longboard Lager by Kona Brewing Company.

Jackie Reys Filet and Shrimp. Website photo.

Jackie Reys Filet and Shrimp. Website photo.

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Jackie Reys Ahi Tower. Website photo.

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Jackie Reys Cesar Salad. Website photo.

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Outside view of Jackie Reys. Website photo.

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Inside view of Jackie Reys. Website photo.

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