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Owner Wayne Akimoto with St. Louis Drive In’s many tasty offerings.
 With the school year ending and summer starting to heat up, St. Louis Drive In is offering an array of flavorful specials as multi- ple generations flock to the go-to spot for local-style comfort food
in the heart
of Kaimuki.
Located conveniently on
Waialae Avenue, across the street from Saint Louis School and Chaminade University, St. Louis Drive In serves local favorites prepared with plen- ty of experience and extra helpings of aloha. Owner
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continues to lead the family restau- rant, which his
relatives opened in 1960.
“Over more than 60 years in business, we have been serving the same simple foods, which has been successful for us,” Akimoto
says. “We have added oth- er local foods to our menu, which we feel is attractive to the community. Prices are reasonable, and along with our old-school vibes, you can come back to enjoy the food you grew up with.”
As an inside scoop for Dining Out readers, St. Louis
Drive In is offering multi- ple specials throughout the month, including the Star-Ad- vertiser Seafood Special for just $11.50. This can’t miss offer includes grilled ahi, two scallops, two shrimp tempu- ra and ahi sashimi accompa- nied by rice and tossed sal- ad. Seafood Bento ($11.50)
is another incredible deal that includes salmon, grilled teriyaki ahi, shrimp tempura, scallop, konbu seaweed, egg roll and rice with furikake and ume.
Japanese Plate Deluxe ($12.50) is also on special and comes with mochiko chicken, teri beef, ahi sashimi
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