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Beach Tree Restaurant – Big Isle Ocean Front Dining

February 16, 2015, 8:17 AM HST
* Updated September 8, 12:20 PM
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Located at the Four Seasons Hualalai, guests will surely enjoy oceanfront dining with “barefoot elegance” at the Beach Tree Restaurant in Kona. OpenTable’s Diners Choice recently awarded Beach Tree Restaurant a 4.7/5 overall rating for the Best Overall, Best Ambiance and Outdoor Dining restaurant categories. With a Tuscan- Californian-Hawaiian fused menu, residents and visitors agree that Beach Tree is currently one of the very best restaurants in Kona.

The Beach Tree Restaurant & Lounge is perched beachfront, overlooking the always glistening Pacific Ocean. Beach Tree’s elegant indoor dining room stands about 50 paces to the beach, and the beautiful outdoor patio seating area is just 5-feet from the sand. Hence, ‘barefoot dining in elegance’ is served.

The menu at this Big Island restaurant rotates in flavor, always incorporating only the freshest seasonal ingredients. Featuring Italian and Mediterranean cuisine infused with Californian and Hawaiian influences, diners will love their specialty dishes such as their antipasti, pizzas, pastas and entrees. Favorite menu items will be found throughout the menu, and include dishes such as their Seafood Paella, Wild Boar Sausage Calzone, Chef Nick’s Gnocchi with an oxtail ragout, Lobster Ravioli with mushrooms and leeks, and the Swordfish entree served with pancetta wrapped asparagus and a caper tomato relish. Wine lovers will be in 7th heaven at this cucina rustica with incredible food pairing options; over 60 wines offered by the glass, carafe or bottle.

Whether you visit the Beach Tree Restaurant for Lunch or Dinner, you will most definitely be pleased. Every Friday night, Beach Tree offers “Tuscan Nights,” a Tuscan-inspired beachside barbecue and 3-course meal with an antipasti, grilled entree, three side dishes and a dessert. The “Ohana Table” is offered nightly with advanced reservations, offering guests a four-course, communal “family-style” table for those with larger groups (8-12 guests), each dish presented by the chef. For the foodie lovers that crave a more personalized dining experience, seek more information about the “Chef’s Counter.” Provided with advanced reservations only, this is a chance for guests to watch the Chef prepare and serve a personalized dinner for two with wine pairings at the chef’s counter in the Beach Tree Kitchen.

For more information about the Beach Tree Restaurant, check out them out at the following website.

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