Rolling out a‘roaring’-good holiday dealA La Carte
November 17, 2019
Story By: Don Robbins |
G.LION Hawaii, the hospitality group that owns and operates the famed Hy’s Steak House in Waikiki, truly thanks customers for their support over the years.
This support has allowed G.LION Hawaii to grow as a company and this year, it has proudly welcomed the newly opened La Vie and quiora to the family of restaurants, explains Jordyn M. Oriole, director of catering and events for G.LION Hawaii. Both La Vie and quiora are located on the lobby level of the Diamond Head Tower at the Ritz-Carlton Residences Waikiki Beach.
It’s that happy time of year again — purchase a $50 Hy’s Steak House Gift Card between now and Dec. 24 and receive a bonus gift certificate valued at $10 as G.LION’s gift to you.
Now that La Vie and quiora are included there are three great reasons to celebrate.
“Our gift cards and bonus certificates are now available for purchase and redemption at all our restaurant locations,” shares Oriole.
In years past, the bonus gift certificate program has been very successful, and the company looks forward to continuing it. The $10 gift certificates are valid from Jan. 16 to June 30, 2020, with the exception of Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.
Hy’s Steak House has been a tradition in Waikiki for more than 40 years — a favorite with visitors and Hawaii residents alike. It offers signature dishes such as the Filet and Foie Gras ($75). In this flavorful menu item, USDA Prime Never Ever (no antibiotics, no growth hormones) filet mignon and Hudson Valley foie gras are crowned with Hy’s black truffle demi-glace.
La Vie — “The Life,” translated from the French language, opened its doors this year. The elegant restaurant features modern French cuisine in three and five course menu selections that can be paired with French wines by the glass and fine bottles from the best vineyards. La Vie features flavors like the exquisite American Caviar & Kona Abalone. This item is offered in one of the restaurant’s prix fixe menus, priced at three selections for $79 or five selections for $119.
The restaurant quiora also opened this year featuring rustic-inspired Italian cuisine. Its name is a play on the Italian phrase “qui e ora,” meaning “here and now.” Menu items include Pappardelle ($24 single serving, $37 family serving). This heavenly dish of thick pasta noodles also has milk-braised pork, tomato, chili, soft cheese and basil gremolata.