A lūʻau is a Hawaiian celebration. This festivity is a celebration of ʻohana (family) with food, drinks, music, and dance.
The meals include copious amounts of the traditional dishes such as shredded kālua Pig that has been roasted for 6-10 hours, teriyaki beef or chicken, fresh fish, various side dishes and desserts (often including haupia – a coconut pudding or cake.)
This buffet has enough to fit anyone pallet and plate. The lūʻau is complimented by Polynesian dancing for entertainment from the heart of the islands. If you've never attended a lūʻau before, we can recommend our absolute favorites to you for a great rate.