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Aussie celebrity chef to open first U.S. restaurant in Waikiki

By Erika Engle

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Bill Granger, Australian chef, restaurateur, TV show host and cookbook author, will co-host the opening of his first U.S. restaurant later this month in Waikiki.

The 8,450 square-foot, two-story bills Sydney restaurant at 280 Beachwalk, will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The downstairs will operate as a cafe for casual dining and take-out service from morning through evening. The upstairs restaurant also will be open from morning to night.

The restaurant will open to the public at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 29 following a private gala the previous night.

Average prices per person will be $12 for breakfast, $16 for lunch, and $25 for dinner, not including bar service.

Granger opened his first restaurant in Sydney, Australia, 20 years ago, owns bills and Granger & Co. restaurants in markets around the world.







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