Every platter sold helps the Hawaii Community Foundation
Merriman’s Honolulu is celebrating its first anniversary! To commemorate the milestone, the restaurant will be offering a luau platter during dinner from June 30 – July 4. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is at Merriman’s getting a closer look at the celebratory menu.
The special baby luau plate was created especially for the first anniversary of Merriman’s Honolulu. The menu consists of some of fan favorites from the restaurant like its taro rolls with sun dried pineapple, opakapaka and lobster lau lau. Also on the menu: A bag of poi fritters and roast suckling pig drizzled with chili pepper water. The restaurant has created a mini set of Merriman’s Mai Tais for guests to toast with.
If you’re planning to indulge in those Mai Tais, Merriman’s recently launched a partnership with Lyft. Using the code “merrimans,” new riders can now score $2 off their first 10 rides to any Merriman’s restaurant, while existing riders will receive 20 percent off rides to and from any Merriman’s.
With each baby luau plate served, $10 will go to the Hawaii Community Foundation. The organization helps people make a difference by inspiring the giving and by investing in people and solutions to benefit every island community.
Merriman’s Honolulu also now offers lunch delivery service from 11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Now everyone can get favorites like the Kalua pork quesadilla and Big Island cheeseburger, along with newer items like the organic taro hummus and taro enchiladas through the restaurant’s website merrimanshawaii.com/honolulu.
Don’t forget happy hour at Merriman’s Honolulu is daily from 2 – 5 p.m. Dinner from Sunday – Thursday is 5 – 9 p.m. and Friday – Saturday from 5 – 9:30 p.m. Free parking is available in the ground floor parking lot behind Anaha off Queen Street and Kamakee.