HEʻEIA KEA PIER

Posted in Support Local on May 15th, 2014 by FITTED

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Hey next time you’re shooting the “circle island” cruise and your old lady’s blood sugar is getting low, do yourself a favor and stop by the Heʻeia boat ramp and check out Russ and the gang for some ono grinds. Even better yet, motor up on your boat and tie down at the pier. Keeping the local comfort food tradition alive is the Heʻeia Kea Pier and Deli, serving aloha daily… Well, almost daily; they’re closed on Mondays. If you enjoy eating your food bayside while drinking an ice cold adult beverage, then this is a must stop. The menu changes daily based on what the local fishermen drop off to the pier, but their staples include guava chicken, luau stew, loco moco, and fish and eggs. The decor of this eastside landmark is what really makes the place, in my opinion. The walls and tables are decorated with a lifetimes worth of memories of living by the sea. Russ is never one to be satisfied and has plans to expand the current space to include an outdoor lanai area that will over look the sandbar. I can’t wait. So now you know.. – RM

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