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Diner en Blanc culinary event coming to Honolulu

By Erika Engle

LAST UPDATED: 01:10 p.m. HST, Jun 26, 2014

Diner en Blanc will be staged for the first time in Honolulu on July 19 at a secret location.

In keeping with the tradition established in Paris, up to 600 diners will dress all in white for an evening of food and entertainment in which diners are asked to bring their own beverages, glassware, china, flatware, tables and chairs.

Diners will meet at various locations and shuttled to a spot that will be revealed just before the event begins.

Those wishing to attend can "like" the event page on Facebook, and register online. The event costs $40, which includes membership and transportation fees.

Diner en Blanc's international organizers said Honolulu's culture is a reflection of the event's core values, and that the first event will highlight the beauty of the city, according to a statement.


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RandolphW wrote:
What next?
on June 26,2014 | 03:53PM
rytsuru wrote:
let us hope that it doesn't turn into Diner aux sans abri.....
on June 26,2014 | 07:40PM
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