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W ith Mother’s Day approaching quickly, Alohi- lani Resort Waikiki Beach is crafting a memorable brunch experience to help families celebrate with a special “mom-approved” menu that is sure to please
the entire ohana.
The Moms & Mimosas
Mother’s Day Brunch will be held at the resort’s newly renovated Alohilani Ballroom at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, May 14. Executive chef Alexandre Petard has prepared a flavorful menu for the whole family to en- joy. Highlights include a carving station featuring Roast Prime Rib and Hon- ey Glazed Roast Ham with pineapple barbecue sauce, au jus and cream of horse- radish; Whole Roasted Pig served with tomato salsa, Thai basil chili sauce and hoisin; Huli-Huli Chicken and Roasted Miso Glazed Salmon; breakfast fare, in- cluding make-your-own
Executive chef Alexandre Petard shows off the Mother’s Day offerings at Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach.
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crepes; Ahi Poke featur- ing locally sourced fresh fishwithspicyaioli;anda variety of desserts. Mimosas are provid-
ed for moms to toast the special day and local arts and crafts vendors will wel- come guests Moth- er’s Day with gift ideas to purchase. Live music by four- time Na Hoku Hano-
1 hano Award nominee Ben Kama provides the perfect ambiance. New to this
year’s event are prize giveaways included with every event ticket pur- chase. Prizes include gift certificates to Alo- hilani’s award-winning restaurants and one two-night stay at the resort in a premier
oceanfront room. Reservations for this
special event can be made by calling 808-921-6137 and at alohilaniresort. com/dining/mothers-day- brunch-menu. Tickets for adults and children age 11 and older are $90, and $55 for keiki ages 3-10; prices do not include tax and gra- tuity, and children under 3 attend for free.
“Our carving and crepe stations are both very popu- lar with guests — the former

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