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Hy’s Steak House

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October 8, 2011

Story By: Dining Out Team |

Tucked away off of Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki, Hy’s Steak House is known for its five-star cuisine and has a five-star atmosphere to match. With its classic furniture, romantic lighting, Hy’s has an almost magical feel to it. This tranquil hideaway is the perfect place to dine for a quiet meal or celebrate a special occasion.

  • Happy customers Marcela, Leilani and Samuel Perez.
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On a recent weeknight, a few customers chatted with friends over drinks at the bar, while others enjoyed leisurely dinners in the dining room. Among them was the Perez family — Marcela, Samuel and daughter Leilani. The family had two reasons to celebrate at Hy’s: It was their second anniversary as Hawaii residents and it was Marcela’s first year at her job.

Marcela: “I ordered the Filet Mignon ($40.95 for 7 ounces) with a baked potato, and I had a Crab Cake with Roasted Garlic, Pinenuts & Basil ($14.95) for an appetizer.”

Samuel: “I ordered the Onion Soup Gratinee ($8.95). And I wanted to try their Oyster Rockefeller ($18.95), since not too many people make that. I had the New York Strip ($41.95 for 9 ounces). I was really impressed. It’s a hidden gem … I just love the atmosphere.”

Marcela: I loved my steak, I was really impressed at the quality of the meat. And it was cooked perfectly for me. And my baked potato was delicious … I would highly recommend Hy’s to anybody.”

Hy’s Steak House

  • Where
    • Inside the Waikiki Park Heights Hotel
    • 2440 Kuhio Avenue
    • Honolulu, HI 96815
  • Call
    • (808) 922-5555
  • Hours
    • 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
    • Monday – Friday
    • 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
    • Saturday – Sunday
  • Notes
    • Reservations are highly recommended.
    • Valet parking available.
    • Proper attire is required (no tank tops, baseball caps or swimwear; collared shirts preferred for men).

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