➻ Sundays got a little sweeter, as breakfast service is available. Now, members can once again enjoy an all- you-can-eat buffet or order select items from the kitchen like Eggs Benedict, BelgianWaffle and Biscuits and Gravy. Perhaps one of the most anticipat- ed returns is the return of our lunch service. BeginningMay 18, you’ll find de- lectable menu items—including seasonal and weekly specials—in the Koa Lanai. Though lunch service was previously held at Hau Terrace, that area is now better suited as overflow seating for

➻ The Food&Beverage team continues to provide members with a must-try mix of longtime favorites and spectacular seasonal specials that have kept our dining operations thriving. In fact, Food &Beverage Director Rede Eder proudly reports that in the month of April, they hadmore food and beverage sales than the Club has ever seen (and that doesn’t even include the success of the l ū ‘au!). “I would like to personally welcome our mem- bers back to the Club to enjoy the beautiful views, the attentive service and our Chef ’s wonderful menu. We have implementedmany new concepts during these past two years that have elevated our service and food and beverage offerings. It is our goal tomake Outrigger Canoe Club your favorite dining venue on the island, and with the commitment of our management and staff, I knowwe are on the way to being just that—your favorite place to be,” said Rede.

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