It’s the Year of the Snake, according to Chinese folklore, and The Kahala is rolling out the red lanterns, lion dancers, and fortune tellers for Plumeria Beach Houses’s Year of the Snake dinner buffet February 8 and 9, 2013, from 5:30 until 10 p.m. Adult price is $70 (tax and gratuity not included), and children (4-12) are $30. Reservations are suggested and may be made by calling (808) 739-8760; or E-mailing email@example.com.
The dinner buffet will feature an Asian theme with its usual bounty of salads, seafoods, appetizers, and entrees, plus specialty stations such as the wok stir fry, lucky noodles bar, Chinese candy bar, and roasted meats carving station. The Plumeria Beach House staff is decorating the oceanfront venue with festive Chinese lanterns and traditional Chinese flowers for the occasion.
Entertainment throughout the evening until 9:30 p.m. will include a Chinese fortune teller, and Chinese moon harp player. Lion Dancers will snake their way through the dining room beginning at about 7 p.m., so be sure to bring money to put in your Red Pocket to feed the Lion for good luck in 2013.
Chinese New Year (also called Lunar New Year) is a time to welcome longevity, wealth, and prosperity and to eliminate negative “chi” from the past. In Chinese tradition, each year is dedicated to a specific animal. The Snake is welcomed back in 2013 after the Year of the Dragon (2012). Each of the animals is thought to bestow their characteristics to the people born in their year. Snake people represent the symbol of wisdom. They are intelligent and wise, and are usually regarded as great thinkers.
Make reservations for Plumeria Beach House’s Year of the Snake dinner buffet now at (808) 739-8760; or by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Plumeria Beach House’s flexible seating arrangements make it easy for family groups large and small to dine together. Enjoy the oceanfront location and indoor-outdoor seating options, too.
– About The Kahala –
With 338 guestrooms, The Kahala Hotel & Resort is an oceanfront destination resort known for its impeccable service and hospitality. Just minutes from Waikiki, yet offering the peace and serenity of a neighbor island experience, The Kahala has been Honolulu's social address for weddings and gatherings since its opening in 1964. Captains of industry and celebrity guests continue to call The Kahala their home-away-from-home in Hawai'i. Travel + Leisure ranks The Kahala among the Top 6 Hawaii resorts and among the World’s Best 100 Hotels in its 2012 World’s Best Awards. US News & World Report named The Kahala Best Oahu Hotels (Top 3) in 2011 and 2012. Successful Meetings gave the hotel a Pinnacle Award for three years in a row, 2010-2012. Open Table named Plumeria Beach House in their Best 100 Restaurants for Brunch. TripAdvisor.com gave The Kahala a 2012 Traveler’s Choice Award for Top 25 Luxury Hotels in the United States.
For more information, please contact The Kahala Hotel & Resort at (808) 739-8888 or toll-free at (800) 367-2525; or visit their website at www.kahalaresort.com