Romantic, Al Fresco Dining – Mauna Kea’s Clambake

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The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel’s Clambake is without a doubt the most amazing seafood buffet in Hawai`i! The classic tradition of a ‘clambake’ holds true on the Big Island with this awesome dining opportunity provided every Saturday from 6-8 p.m., beachside at Kauna’oa Bay. FYI, reservations must be made in advance…

Mauna Kea’s Clambake is al fresco, meaning in Italian that it takes place outside, or “in the air.” You can’t find a more romantic setting while overlooking the Pacific Ocean from Hawai`i’s Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. As the hours get later, you and your guest will find that your dining needs have been fully satiated, and be smiling as a world of stars sparkle above you. You can’t get more romantic than that!

This awesome Big Island seafood buffet offers more than just baked clams. Guests can wine and dine in a luxurious setting while savoring fresh island sashimi, shrimp, crab claws, mussels, oysters on the half shell, Keahole Maine Lobster, carved prime rib, pastas, a Caeser salad station, and delicious side dishes: New England clam chowder, Honoka`a corn on the cob, roasted redskin potatoes, salads, grilled vegetables, fresh-baked breads, and lots more. The gorgeously enticing dessert bar provides a selection of rarities including creme caramel, passionfruit cheesecake, an ice cream sundae bar, Mauna Kea bread pudding, and a yummy chocolate caramel macadamia nut tart.

This incredible Hawai`i Clambake offers anything you will ever need for a romantic night out, a birthday or anniversary celebration, or just a fun night out with friends. One of the sweetest aspects to an evening at the Mauna Kea Clambake is that the night also provides an opportunity to hear live Hawaiian music, and enjoy a sentimental dance for two in the sand.


For more information about Mauna Kea’s infamous Clambake, please visit www.princeresortshawaii.com


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