Giving thanks at Hy’sChew On This Digest
November 2, 2014
Story By: Michelle Lee | Photos by: Lawrence Tabudlo
Ever since Hy’s Steakhouse began hosting its annual Thanksgiving dinner, locals and visitors agree that this traditional family meal has never felt more regal. Intertwining high-quality service with a charming aesthetic vis-a-vis an English men’s club, the steakhouse once again welcomes all to take part in this year’s special prix-fixe menu Thursday, Nov. 27.
“For anyone in need of space or some time off from cooking and cleaning, Hy’s is the place to be,” says general manager Bob Panter. “We take pride in our excellent cuisine and world-class customer service.”
While the restaurant still will offer its regular menu, the prix-fixe meal is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Complete with an appetizer, main entree and dessert, the three-course meal presents an ideal fine-dining experience at a great value. For the first course, diners may choose between a choice of Mini Baked Brie with Honey Garlic Macadamia Nuts and Sundried Tomato Pesto, Smoked Ham Minestrone or a Shaved Fennel Salad with Smoked Salmon and Tarragon Dressing.
As for the main entree, Hy’s Thanksgiving Turkey ($49.95) undoubtedly is a popular choice served alongside generous portions of mashed potatoes, succotash, herb vegetable stuffing and cranberry sauce, along with giblet gravy.
In addition to turkey, customers may choose Fresh Catch of the Day with Forest Mushroom Nage ($49.95) or the steakhouse’s famous Slow Roast Prime Rib (starting at $59.95).
Along with the communal dining rooms, a newly launched Executive Suite is available for larger parties of up to 25 people.
“For families and friends wanting a more private environment, the room is ideal,” explains Panter. “Regardless, for us to host such a meaningful event for any family is a privilege, so showing premium service is of utmost importance.”
Complimentary valet parking is available for all patrons.
Hy’s Steak House
Waikiki Park Heights Hotel
2440 Kuhio Ave., Honolulu
Monday-Friday, 5:30-10 p.m.
Saturday–Sunday, 5-10 p.m.