Guests feel as though they are entering a Hawaiian luau as they arrive at this second-story eatery. In a setting with tiki-adorned walls, thatch roofs and flowers, a wide variety of Hawaiian and Polynesian dishes are served here. Try the coconut chicken, the pupu platter or my favorite, butterleaf lettuce cups with marinated chicken or tofu and mango pineapple salsa. Patrons can sit in personal tiki huts when the weather permits. Seating on the patio is on a first-come, first-serve basis.