Honolulu evenings reimagined
Sponsored by Hawaii Gas
A brand new club has opened at Ala Moana Center that offers live music, karaoke, late night DJs, salsa Sundays, a speakeasy, sushi and more. Haus Supper Club claims to have one of the best Ala Moana Pau Hana’s (Happy Hour) and lots of space for parties, so we sent HI Now host Jobeth Devera to check it out.
Chef Ryan Higa, formerly of On the Rise 360, made Jobeth an assortment of dishes, including:
Pork Belly Bao Buns: Okinawan style Kakuni braised Pork Belly served inside a crispy fried bao bun with hoisin sauce and scallions
Pizza”dilla”: Trio blend of cheeses and sliced pepperoni stuffed inside a crispy tortilla with a Pesto Aioli and fried pepperoni
and Meatloaf Melt Sliders: roasted garlic aioli, mushroom duxelle, swiss, crispy onions and pickled jalapeno
About Dusten Umeda & Chef Ryan Higa:
Dusten Umeda helped to open Haus Supper Club as General Manager. He is experienced in multiple facets of the food and beverage industry.
Chef Ryan Higa has years of culinary experience from 3660 on the Rise and was a part of the team that helped to open The Brilliant Ox.
About Haus Supper Club:
Haus Supper Club offers multiple layers of experiences in one venue at Ala Moana Center. The main room features a stage for live music, comfortable lounge furniture and elevated bar seating. Two private rooms are available for entertainment and karaoke. Hidden behind a telephone booth is an entrance to an Asian-inspired speakeasy for guests looking for more of an intimate experience. On the weekends, the emphasis before 10:30 p.m. is on food and drink but the design of the space allows it to be configured for those who want to dance and mingle into the night.