• 1 Aug 2020
  • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Deck Waikiki, 3rd Floor of the Queen Kapiolani Hotel, 150 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815

Join us for an APERITIVO at Deck Waikiki! Enjoy
al fresco cocktails and island fresh cuisine, with the spectacular view of Diamond Head and ocean sunset.

RSVP: Required by Thursday July 30th. Maximum 3 tables, 6 guests each.

Happy Hour: Ends at 6pm, 50% off on appetizers and select alcohol. Menu available at https://www.deckwaikiki.com/

Open your own tab: Bring cash for faster check out.

Parking: Honolulu Zoo Parking ($1.50/hour) or street parking. Catch a Lyft and save with QK promo codes, new users save $20 with QKHOTEL, existing users save 20% with ILOVEQK. Dock your Biki Bike at the corner of Cartwright and Kapahulu Avenue.

Entrance: By Kapahulu avenue, as the hotel is still closed. Go up to the 3rd floor. Ask for Friends of Italy table. Our member Kina Neal Knisley will welcome you along some of our board.

Safety policy: Please wear a mask when you enter and stand, you can remove it when seated. For more information, please visit https://www.deckwaikiki.com/ .

Executive Chef Masatsugu "Masa"Kubo. Kubo first took an interest in culinary arts as a child and began his formal training at 18 years old. He traveled to Emilia-Romagna and worked at various venues throughout Italy as well as at Italian restaurant Casa Grande in Kyoto. From there, he took on the challenge of honing his skills in French and Japanese cuisine at a French-based Japanese restaurant Kihachi. Shortly after that, he began his tenure at Plan Do See Japan for which he steadily worked to diversify his culinary skills further as Executive Chef in multiple venues including Italian, Italian & French, and fine dining restaurant in a hotel. Most notably, he worked as Executive Chef at Kawabun, a 400-year old ryoutei restaurant in Nagoya, Japan which serves luxurious traditional Japanese cuisine. In 2015, Kubo transferred to Plan Do See America where he worked as the opening chef for Deco Blue in the Marriott Stanton South Beach hotel in Miami, Florida and for the award-winning Azabu Miami, an outpost of the Michelin-starred Sushi Azabu in NYC.

Note: All participants are expected to comply to the latest guidance for group gatherings. The Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is not responsible for any liability, cost, and damages which could arise from the programs; and does not provide any refunds, except if it cannot deliver the program, for instance in the case of insufficient enrollment.

Questions: Email us at info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org.

Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii is a 501(c)7 non-profit organization | P.O. Box 1376, Honolulu, HI 96807 | info@friendsofitalyhawaii.org

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